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. So, Odin traveled to Nifhelm, the land of the dead, where he resurrected a wisewoman…

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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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01AUG 2020
viking gods symbols

viking gods symbols

The celebration of Yule in Scandinavia predates the Christian holiday by thousands of years Winter Solstice, the time of the year when the days get longer and the sun begins to return was truly a cause for celebration among our ancestors in Scandinavia. Their Midwinter Feast lasted at least twelve days…
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02JUL 2020
Norse gods and their roles

Norse gods and their roles

By Kameron Hurley A woman named Zan wakes up in a sick bay minus most of her memories. She is greeted by a woman named Jayd, daughter to the lord of the Katazyrna, who says they are sisters, and that Zan is the only one who can help her people. From this intriguing beginning, Hurley throws us furiously…
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02JUN 2020
Nordic gods list

Nordic gods list

The Nordic Goddess list is designed to give a very brief introduction to the main Goddesses and female characters that appear in the Nordic and Germanic myths. Not all the lunar deities were female Chandra is the God of the moon in Hinduism and Mani the Germanic moon gods are to examples of this. However…
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