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Mythology + Religion: Yggdrasil The World Tree from Norse Mythology | #MythologyAndReligion #Mythology #NorseMythology #Yggdrasil

Yggdrasil, the World Tree (Human Odyssey) In the beginning of the Norse cosmos, there existed an eternal Void, known as Ginnungagap. Out of this nothingness sprang Yggdrasil, a huge Ash tree. Its newly emerging branches held two primordial worlds;

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★━╋There is no walls◇◆★━(He is temporary awake and are in Alta Artic area but he will come go back to sleep.so dont worry)

Odin hanging from the world tree, learning the runes - The runes were never “invented,” but are instead eternal, pre-existent forces that Odin himself discovered by undergoing a tremendous ordeal

The story of Woden's sacrifice on the world tree for nine days, the founding of the runes, his wolves Geri & Freki, his ravens Hugin & Munin and the Valknut.

Corpse Cafe: Woden The story of Odin's sacrifice on the world tree for nine days, Geri & Freki, Hugin & Munin + more. This image can be purchased asap at Red Bubble (see sidebar), or I will be custom printing t-shirts

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Poem about Odin, the King of the Gods. To the Vikings Odin was the greatest of all of their Gods. The Saxon's were Christian and considered the Vikings Pagans for believing in Gods like Odin.

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Hammer Sign, God has worked the symbol of the cross into other cultures for centuries, I believe to prepare Christ's arrival and love to this world. I would replace the oath with the father, the son the holy spirt amen

Days of the week.  The connections between the Norse and Greek gods aren't perfect, but still cool.

Funny pictures about Origin of the days of the week. Oh, and cool pics about Origin of the days of the week. Also, Origin of the days of the week.