>such people don't exist anymore
Lurk 2 years more in Europe.
He was not a religious man, only a man of academics. The whole of the Eddas is not limited to Snorri's works. Also Sturluson placed concessions that are not arbitrary either, and they can be largely ignored for the latter material that is much more relevant and true to the poetic elements. The content is considerably multi-layered. Bugge wouldn't know that. Leave him to his scholarly analysis. Besides, if it had been written from a true Christian perspective, it would certainly show. Not "all of what we know of Norse mythology has been greatly perverted."
As for the Roman and Greek influences, which are not found in great quantities and, again, mostly an effect of Snorri's work, these myths for a large part are themselves echoes of distant Thulean sources which the Norse mythology belongs to. This is not to say the works are perfect, but Bugge's conclusion is way overhead.
>"he kissed Bagoas tenderly"
It doesn't even say if he kissed him on the cheek or on the mouth.
>i'm looking for a primary source. i always see people trying to gay-wash aryan history, especially greeks and romans,
Pretty sure the fags even openly declared, in the 80s I think, that they planned on putting a faggot spin on distant history. They pushed hard for this on Lesbos too.
>it should also be considered that sickly urbanites have an aversion to male vitality and they don't know how to cope with its existence.
The Jew is the epitome of a "sickly urbanite".
>greeks also had something like 5 different words for various types of love whereas modern english only has one
English is a trash tongue. We only use it for practical purpose. The numbering of letters and their totality is about all there is left to talk about in a positive way, and we may have to thank Mr. Bacon who did what he could back then.
>All of religion is made up stories;
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