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Viking Voyages: Wings of A Dragon

Viking Voyages: Wings of A Dragon

By Norman Descendants April 04, 2018 | Documentary New World Viking Mythology Vikings | 0 comments

For nearly 500 years the Norse people dominated the oceans, known by their remarkable ships and known for their death, destruction and burning down of anything in their way. They used sophisticated navigation methods and navigated safely over remarkably long distances. Relive the time when the Viking dragon – an...

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Valhalla

Valhalla

By Norman Descendants August 11, 2017 | Viking Mythology | 0 comments

Valhalla, Hall of the Slain, in Norse mythology is the hall presided over by Odin. This vast hall has five hundred and forty doors. The rafters are spears, the hall is roofed with shields and breast-plates litter the benches. A wolf guards the western door and an eagle hovers over...

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Norse Religion

Norse Religion

By Norman Descendants August 11, 2017 | Viking Mythology Vikings | 0 comments

The downfall of the Æsir At the start of the Viking Age, the belief in many gods was the norm. Most of the Vikings were pagan, they had many gods but had no problem accepting the Christian god with theirs, there was no true hatred towards the Christian Church, despite...

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The God Kvasir

The God Kvasir

By Norman Descendants August 11, 2017 | Viking Mythology Vikings | 0 comments

One crazy way of being born The God Kvasir was created through the saliva of all the gods from Æsir to the Vanir. It makes you wonder; what were they doing? Kvasir was extremely wise because of his origins that he traveled teaching wisdom to those who would hear him....

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Santa Claus Origins

Santa Claus Origins

By Norman Descendants August 11, 2017 | Viking Mythology Vikings | 0 comments

From Odin to Saint Nicholas Vintage Saint Nick There was a man named Saint Nicholas, a 4th-century Christian bishop from Lycia now a part of Turkey. He was born around 245 A.D. in the port city of Patara. In one memorable story, Saint Nicholas met a very poor man who...

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Christmas Yule Traditions Viking Origins

Christmas Yule Traditions Viking Origins

By Norman Descendants August 11, 2017 | Viking Mythology Vikings | 0 comments

From Yule to Christmas, We Honour Our Traditions Like us on Facebook! In keeping with the season, the following information covers other traditions we have today and their origins. Yule was a historical religious festival observed by the ancient Germanic peoples. Yule celebration predates Christian holiday and tradition by thousands...

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Balder: The God of Peace

Balder: The God of Peace

By Norman Descendants August 11, 2017 | Viking Mythology Vikings | 0 comments

Each arrow overshot his head" (1902) by Elmer Boyd Smith. In Norse Mythology Baldr was the god of peace, love, forgiveness, justice, and purity. He is one of the most important gods in Old Norse Mythology and is well known as the beautiful. Baldr had celebrations in midsummer which was...

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The Curse of Andvari's Ring

The Curse of Andvari's Ring

By Norman Descendants August 10, 2017 | Viking Mythology | 0 comments

Elijah Wood in The Lord of the Rings Credit: New Line/Everett Collection Before there was "one ring to rule them all", made famous by J.R.R Tolkien, or Wagner's famous epic opera "Der Ring Des Nielbelungen" ( The Ring of the Niebelungs), there was Andvari's Ring; a scarcely known Norse legend...

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Theft of Thors Hammer

Theft of Thors Hammer

By Norman Descendants August 10, 2017 | Viking Mythology | 0 comments

"The third gift—an enormous hammer" (1902) by Elmer Boyd Smith. Viking mythology is riddled with struggles between the gods and giants. One such story is about the theft of Thor's magical hammer, Mjollnir. One day Thor woke up with a sunken feeling, something was definitely wrong. His mighty hammer, Mjolnir,...

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Aegir and Njord

Aegir and Njord

By Norman Descendants August 10, 2017 | Viking Mythology Vikings | 0 comments

The Norse had many gods, but these two were significant to their beliefs as the sea was extremely important to them. It is where they launched raids and where most of their coastal nourishment came from. Aegir and Njord were both sea gods worshiped by the Scandinavian people. In much...

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