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“Queen Ragnhild’s Dream” is an illustration from an ancient sagabook about Norwegian kings made by Snorri Sturluson. She had a dream about a tree growing so big that the branches spread all over the country and even longer.

"The Queen Ragnhild had great dreams, she was a wise woman." -- Between the mountains - Queen Ragnhild's dream by Erik Werenskiold

What is a Viking

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An Odin sticker with unmistakable Norse symbolism for the Heathens and Vikings among us. Express yourself with Odin and his eight legged horse Sleipnir on your car.

Freyja is the Norse Goddess of the Earth, Fertility, and Beauty, who is the daughter of the Earth-goddess Nerthus and Njordr, God of Wealth. Her name means "the Lady" and She and Her brother Freyr ("the Lord") are the chief Gods of the Vanir. Her two daughters by the God Od are Gersimi ("Ornament") and Hnossi (Treasure").

Freyja, Norse Goddess of the Earth and Sexuality from the World Goddess Oracle by Thalia Took.

Freyja rides her chariot pulled by two gray cats. Image: Plate from the "Manual of Mythology�: Greek and Roman, Norse, and Old German, Hindoo and Egyptian Mythology," published in 1865 by Alexander Murray.  {{PD-US}}

The Norse goddess Freyja drove a chariot pulled by two gray cats given to her by the god Thor. Find out more about Freyja and five other cat-loving gods and goddesses in my latest Catster post.

Norse god TYR

Tyr and the rune from him - Tiwaz - representing strength and truth being aimed in the same direction as an arrow that should fly and straight. Tyr made the sacrifice of his hand in order to bind the Fenris wolf until Ragnarok.

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Norse Vanir Goddess Freyja - goddess of love and war and magic; "Chooser of the Slain" and leader of the Valkyries.

Also known as the "wild hunt" and not the one from the Witcher series.

Norwegian cardinal (counting) and ordinal (ordering) numbers --

Norwegian cardinal (counting) and ordinal (ordering) numbers --

HOW TO: During the Viking-age (793-1066 AD) knitting and crochet were unknown in Scandinavia, so they used another very effective and very old method:  nalbinding.    Nalbinding is a method of creating a stretchy textile using short lengths of yarn and a single-eyed needle. Fabric is formed by looping the yarn through at least two previously created loops, gradually building up row upon row of loops.    Nalbinding predates both knitting and crochet by at least 2000 years.

HOW TO: During the Viking-age AD) knitting and crochet were unknown in…