Norse Gods

Vidar: Son of Odin and brother of Thor

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Vidar: Son of Odin and brother of Thor

What is Vidar the god of? Vidar is the The God of revenge, silence and blood. Vidar is the son of the Father of all Odin and the giant Grid. He is the Viking God of revenge, silence, blood, and corpses. Its role in Nordic mythology is rather discreet except for the final battle of the great Ragnarök. Vidar was also, according to some sources, the first husband of the Goddess of the Dead Hel, with whom he had a daughter, the giant Leikn who was massacred by the God...

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    OSTARA : Norse Goddess of Summer

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    OSTARA : Norse Goddess of Summer

    What is Eostre the goddess of? Ostara is the name of a goddess of the Nordic cult, but also of a celebration in honour of spring. This festival is celebrated around March 21, the spring equinox, by practitioners of German-Nordic paganism, but also of Wicca. Who is the goddess Ostara? Ostara, on the other hand, is the Goddess of spring, fertility, life, earth, nature and youth, she is a member of the Vanes family, just like the Goddesses Freyja and Nerthus. Ostara arrives on Midgard when the day and night...

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    Forseti: Norse god of justice, judgment, mediation, and reconciliation

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    Forseti: Norse god of justice, judgment, mediation, and reconciliation

    What is forseti the god of? The Viking God of Justice and Reconciliation. In Norse Mythology and the Ásatrú religion, the Viking God Forseti is a deity of the Aes family who plays a minor role in the mythology of this religion as we know it. He is the god of justice and reconciliation. Forseti means "the one who presides" in old Icelandic. His dwelling place, Glitnir, is in the heavens. It has red gold pillars and a silver roof; it is where he presides over the court and does...

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    THE NORNS: Norse Goddess of Destiny

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    THE NORNS: Norse Goddess of Destiny

    The Goddesses of fate in Norse Mythology What are the Norns? How many Norns are there? The Norns are in Nordic mythology and the neo-pagan religion Ásatrú goddesses who regulate the destiny of all the inhabitants of the nine worlds of the Nordic cosmogony. Although the Nornes are quite numerous, but 3 of them stand out from the group. What are the names of the Norns? The three most important are called Urd, Verdandi and Skuld and reside near the Urd Well, the Well of Destiny. They draw water from...

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    Harimella goddess of the german warriors

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    Harimella goddess of the german warriors

    The scottish goddess Harimella is a Norse Goddess of war. This goddess remains a mystery in her worship. It seems that the cult of this Viking goddess is not only related to Norse Mythology, but rather to German-Roman. This goddess was only for warriors and legionnaires, a purely military cult, which is rare among the Vikings, because Freya for example, who is also a goddess of the Viking war is not only for warriors, but other peoples do not share her cult. Another strange fact, the rare traces of his...

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