29DEC 2020
Loki of Norse mythology

Loki of Norse mythology

I will try to be as fair as I can to Loki, who gets plenty of bum rap in modern pop culture and doesn t need me piling anything on to his bad reputation. Loki is frankly a bit of a cosmic prankster, and generally seen as unreliable for most things. But, one thing that is often not mentioned is his position as a sworn brother to Odin, and sure enough, when Odin s need is dire, Loki…

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29NOV 2020
Facts About viking gods

Facts About viking gods

Norse Gods are very much in the spotlight these days, thanks in no small part to Hollywood. Thor, in all his blond glory, has graced the silver screen in the past few years alongside Loki the trickster, his father Odin, and a slew of fictional characters who have no connection to Norse mythology whatsoever…
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30OCT 2020
Norse god Tree

Norse god Tree

In the middle of Asgard, where the Gods and Goddesses lives, is Yggdrasil. Yggdrasil is the tree of life, and it is an eternal green Ash tree; the branches stretches out over all of the nine worlds in Norse mythology, and extend up and above the heavens. Yggdrasil is carried by three enormous roots…
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30SEP 2020
Norse god of Darkness

Norse god of Darkness

Höðr, sometimes called Hod, is the twin brother of Baldur, or Baldr, and is a Norse god associated with darkness and winter. He also happened to be blind, and appears a few times in the Norse Skaldic poetry. Their father, Odin, was concerned about Baldur, who kept suffering from terrible nightmares…
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31AUG 2020
Where did viking gods live?

Where did viking gods live?

When the Vikings came to Britain, they had their own pagan religion. They worshipped many gods. The old stories they told about gods, giants and monsters are known as Norse myths. In one story, Thor, the god of thunder, tries to prove his strength to the Giant King by attempting to lift a giant cat…
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