If Vikings were here today, the sounding of a distinctive horn in York would have created chaos.
The ancient instrument, blown last night, signalled exactly 100 days until the end of the world, according to Norse mythology.
Legend has it that the Norse God, Heimdallr, would blow the mythical Gjallerhorn to warn of the Viking apocalypse, also known as 'Ragnarok'.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2507778/Will-world-end-100-days-Sounding-ancient-trumpet-York-warns-Viking-apocalypse-22-February-2014.html
“The moot is an ancient tradition. It is essentially a meeting. In times gone by, it would be the time when all the people in the village came together to decide how they were going to divide up all the crops and what they were going to spend money on and so on.
“That is why we have things like moot halls, or town halls today,” he says.
“Paganism is an umbrella term, so just like there are different denominations of Christianity, the same applies to Paganism.”http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/features/it-s-a-moot-point-but-paganism-may-be-the-fastest-growing-religion-in-britain-1-6199786