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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

Norse Designs

Welcome to the carving design site for Norse and Celtic designs, that can be used for woodcarving and designing.

Happy Tuesaday!!! (Glad Tirsdag!!!) 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.

Did you know...? I knew but I want more people to know this too.

Funny pictures about The Origin Of The Days Of The Week. Oh, and cool pics about The Origin Of The Days Of The Week. Also, The Origin Of The Days Of The Week photos.

Freyja’s Cats: Perspectives on Recent Viking Age Finds in Þegjandadalur North Iceland - Medievalists.net

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.

Advice from a Norse God: Wisdom from the Hávamál.The Hávamál (Sayings of the High One) is part of the Poetic Edda, a collection of Old Norse poems that survive in a 13th century manuscript. The various verses found in the Hávamál were collected from different sources, and some date back to the 10th century. They are presented as being words of wisdom by Odin, who according to Norse mythology was the Allfather of the gods and ruler of Asgard.

"The Stranger at the Door" by W. "sayings of the high one") is presented as a single poem in the Poetic Edda, a collection of Old Norse poems from the Viking age.

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The Norns~ Urd {What once was} Verdandi {What is coming into being} Skuld {What shall be}