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The Vegvisir | Ancient and Sacred Nordic symbol of protection and guidance

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The Vegvisir | Ancient and Sacred Nordic symbol of protection and guidance

Vegvisir Meaning The Vegvisir is one of the oldest and most sacred Scandinavian symbols and is native to Iceland. "Vegur" means - road or path and "Vísir" means - Guide. The symbol was often affixed to ships to ensure their safe return. The Vegvisir was like a guide helping its carrier to find his way back. The Nordics believed that the Vegvisir had special powers and was considered a talisman for luck, protection and blessings. This powerful symbol could help a person find the right path in case of bad...

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    Vikings Symbols : Their Meanings and Stories

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    Vikings Symbols : Their Meanings and Stories

    Norse and Viking symbols Like many, you are passionate about Viking culture.... After discovering the cult series to their credit, you like to take the time to learn more about the history of a people with many myths... Within each culture, there are symbols, tattooed on men's bodies or transformed into a talisman. Viking culture is no exception to this, quite the contrary. And even if historians do not always agree that the Vikings tattooed their bodies with them, like so many traces of their lives and teachings, let us...

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    Valknut, The Symbol Of Odin God

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    Valknut, The Symbol Of Odin God

    What is the meaning of valknut? The Valknut is without doubt the most famous symbol of the Viking religion, with the hammer of the god Thor. In Germanic languages, the name is "the knot of the fallen". It refers to fallen warriors. In this symbolism, he has a profound bond with God Odin. It can be found engraved on many Viking funerary stones. Odin, among others, is the God who receives the warriors killed in action in Valhalla. We are therefore in the presence of a symbol that accompanies the deceased's...

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