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Viking Drinking Horn Vessels and Accessories

The core of Norse belief is the use and acquisition of power. The core of Christ is avoiding the worst excesses of power acquisition. It is hard to strike a balance here. Miller More

A code of honor that is followed by many Asatruar. "Many Asatruar have made attempts to codify these teachings into a latter-day ethical system, yanking many tenets from dark places along the way. One such codification is the Nine Noble Virtues,[10] derived by the Odinic Rite from the Eddaic poems Havamal[11] and Sigrdrifumal.[12] The nine virtues are courage, truth, honor, fidelity, discipline, hospitality, self-reliance, industriousness and perseverance." - Asatru - RationalWiki

The Welkin Lions — The Nine Noble Virtues of Ásatrú

Know your Vegvisirs. I was drawing these, wondered why the different versions around the place. Nobody can figure out what Björks tattoo actually is, a Galdrabók one roughly done most likely #bjork #vegvisir #tattoo

Know your Vegvisirs. I was drawing these, wondered why the different versions around the place. Nobody can figure out what Björks tattoo actually is, a Galdrabók one roughly done most likely vegvisir symbol

A collection of knotwork styles

Take a look at the other 3 tutorials for the general knotwork basics. see also: Mating urnes beasts, should I p. Viking Knotworks I (Basics IV)

Hammer Sign, same as our catholic cross gesture, saying father son Holy Spirit.  Interesting. :)

Hammer Sign, Asatru equivalent to the catholic cross gesture, saying father son Holy Spirit.

Viking Prayer Wall Hanging

Cloth Wall Hanging with printed design. Size is x Comes with decorative wire hanger for hanging.

How to Read Runes by Witchy-Words - Pinned by The Mystic's Emporium on Etsy

How to Read Runes by Witchy-Words. Nowadays people use Futhark runes to tell fortunes, similar to tarot card spreads.

The complete Icelandic staves symbol series. Each artwork is representing an element. They are presented here in the following order : fire, earth, metal, water, wood and air. The symbols are accompanied by stanzas of the Hávamál or Völuspá, written in runes.

The complete Icelandic staves / Ásatrú symbol series. Each artwork is representing an element. They are presented…

I want to go back home .. Sweden, Norway or Denmark?

To some this is a romantic call to live simply. To me this a temptation back to where I have no need to be, even if part of me will always long for it.

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