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The symbolism of the Celtic Knot

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The symbolism of the Celtic Knot

The Celtic Knot Symbols Who does not know these splendid motifs that are the celtic knot? In Europe, they decorate many monuments and works from the pagan and Christian periods. Although nowadays it is customary to believe that it is a typically Celtic art, it should be pointed out that this is not true. Certainly, Celtic culture, especially from the 8th century A.D. onwards, was characterised by magnificent interlacing such as those in the Book of Kells, but when studying archaeological finds, it must be realised that interlacing was not...

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    Viking Runes | Ancient Futhark, all about Runic Alphabet

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    Viking Runes | Ancient Futhark, all about Runic Alphabet

    What are the futhark runes ? the Meaning The runic alphabet or futhark - a term formed from the name of the first six letters of this alphabet, is the alphabet used by peoples of Germanic culture and civilization such as the Germanic peoples of the continent (Western Germanic) to write proto-Germanic the ancestor common to all Germanic languages, such as the languages of German and English for example. But the runes were also used to write the Old Norse of the Scandinavians, and the Frisian of the Anglo-Saxons. The...

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    Who were Viking Berserkers-Ulfhednar?

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    Who were Viking Berserkers-Ulfhednar?

    Berserker The meaning of the vikings symbol of rage and drugs The Berserkers were a cult of warriors who worshipped Odin and who, under the influence of drugs, mead and mushrooms, possessed an uncontrollable fury. It should also be noted that these fierce fighters also praised God Tyre and that they would even be the result of its creation. Discover The Tyr God, Tyr is the God of military strategy and justice. Get your BERSERKER Ring at a discount! Get the strength of the berserker with this Colossal Ring The profile...

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    Thor Hammer

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    Thor Hammer

    The Thor Hammer In Nordic mythology, Mjöllnir is the short-handled hammer of the thunder god of thunder and thunder. Thor's hammer is the most powerful weapon of the gods, and symbolizes the protection of the universe from the forces of chaos, including the giants, the gods' greatest enemies, who are regularly massacred by Thor with his hammer.   Mjöllnir pendants were used during the German-Nordic era as a symbol of faith in the Germanic gods, as opposed to crucifixes worn by Christians. Mjöllnir pendants are currently popular in circles, including...

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    Harald Hardrada, King Harald

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    Harald Hardrada, King Harald

    Harald Hardrada Facts A meticulous balance between myth and reality, the Vikings series propels many characters into the history of those famous Scandinavian tribes who have plundered people using their innate talent for war. To demonstrate the power of these legendary characters as good fighters and fierce leaders who inspired Michael Hirst, here is Harald Sigurdsson's story. Survival bracelet for Viking Survival bracelet for Viking Harald lll Sigurdsson, King of Norway This king of Norway was born in 1015 or 1016 and died on 25 September 1066. He is better...

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