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Captain America: The First Avenger contained a Ragnarok reference


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Captain America: The First Avenger might have been already hiding a deep clue in plain sight. It seems that the movie had already given out information about Ragnarok and the eventual quest of Thanos which will bring destruction to the world.

The Space Stone made its debut in this movie and this clue you are about to read about bears relation to this Infinity Stone. All the foreshadowing regarding the events of Ragnarok and the Snap could have been given right in this movie.

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This clue has been discovered, thanks to the observation skills of the people over at ScreenRant. Let’s get to it then. You would remember the scene where Red Skull gets his hands on the Tesseract. You would also remember that Red Skull, before getting the Tesseract, pushes a button in, which happens to be lying on a carved snake in the wall which Red Skull is observing. Pushing this button in brings out the Tesseract. The clue is the snake in this scene. This snake is actually supposed to be Jormungand, the Midgard Serpent. This snake didn’t have anything to have with the MCU’s version of Ragnarok but according to Norse Mythology, this snake is the beginning of Ragnarok.

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So, this would imply that getting to the Space Stone would mark the beginning of Ragnarok and also, this Stone will later be used by Thanos to perform his ritual of cleansing the universe, which we have all already seen. So, this was a key point in the MCU – Red Skull getting the Tesseract.


This snake nearly made its debut in Infinity War, where Thor was supposed to encounter it while going on his quest to get the Stormbreaker. Sure would have been thrilling to see Thor taking down a serpent but unfortunately, it didn’t make it to the final script.

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