31MAY 2024
Loki god of mischief Norse mythology

Loki god of mischief Norse mythology

The Norse trickster god, Loki is undoubtedly the most debated figure from Norse mythology to this day. Though he appears to be a scheming, mischievous deity who has no real loyalties, scholars still explore what his purpose might have been in the ancient stories. Was he merely a plot device, a foil for the AEsir, the pantheon of gods in Norse religion? His character surely meant…

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01MAY 2024
Nordic sun god

Nordic sun god

Fast Facts: Pronunciation: Soul Origin: Scandinavia Role: Sun goddess, healer Symbols: Sun Children: Sunna (possibly) Siblings: Mani, Sinthgunt Who Is Sol? In the beginning of time, when the cosmos were being created, so too was the Nordic goddess Sol, brought into the universe along with her brother…
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01APR 2024
female Norse gods names

female Norse gods names

Akka (Maa-Emoinen) An earth mother goddess of the Finno-Ugric and consort of Ukko, the supreme sky god. She is also called Rauni, which is from rönn , Swedish for rowan, her sacred tree. Her festival was celebrated on the fifteenth of July. Alaisiagae Nordic war goddesses (see also Valkyries). Alfhild…

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24MAR 2024
Facts About the viking gods

Facts About the viking gods

A fierce Danish warrior king who conquered vast swathes of northern Europe and ruled over England between 1016 and 1035, Cnut is one of the Anglo-Saxon period’s most prominent figures. Here, WB Bartlett, author of King Cnut and the Viking Conquest of England 1016, shares eight things you might not know about the ruler… 1) Cnut descended from some notable Danish rulers The Danish…

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14MAR 2024
Viking god of fire

Viking god of fire

Meet the Gods and Goddesses of the Norse Pantheon Odin (or, depending upon the dialect Woden or Wotan) was the Father of all the Gods and men. Odhinn is pictured either wearing a winged helm or a floppy hat, and a blue-grey cloak. He can travel to any realm within the 9 Nordic worlds. His two ravens, Huginn and Munin (Thought and Memory) fly over the world daily and return to tell…

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