Legends

Myths and Legends from around the world
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Traum vom Wasser
Traum vom Wasser
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BIND RUNES: We see a lot of confusion with Post-Viking age symbology, in particular with the Icelandic staves. Whilst the staves may include runes, not all of them do. So whilst some may be classified as "bind runes", others are staves or symbols in their own right. This image shows a variety of symbols, all that have been commonly described as "bind runes". However, only 9, 11, 12, 13, and 15 are bind runes.
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the norns Three Fates by DividingME // www.dividingme.com
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In one Norse saga, Olof was the Queen of Saxland. Olof was both a warrior-queen and sorceress, and possibly a Valkyrie.
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The Odin Mystery
"Nine is a significant number in Norse magical practice (there were, for example, nine realms of existence), thereby learning nine (later eighteen) magical songs and eighteen magical runes."
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Tree of Four Seasons
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Element of Earth
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Druantia is the Celtic Goddess of Fir Trees & Fertility. Her names derives from the Indo-European root “deru” meaning tree or wood. Also called the Queen of the Druids, Druantia is associated with the fertility of both plants & humans, ruling over sex & passion. She is credited with the creation of the Celtic tree calendar, which divides the year into 13 months that correspond to the cycles of the moon. (image by EtherealArt @ etsy)
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Vellamo: The Goddess of water, waves and storm in Finnish mythology. (by Minttu Hynninen)
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The Norns by CassiopeiaArt on DeviantArt
# The Norns, also called the Three Wyrd Sisters are three Goddesses part of the Norse mythology. They are the Goddesses of Fate. They live at the roots of the World tree Yggdrasil where they guard the Well of Fate while they are spinning the threads of life.
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Völuspá is the Norse Goddess of Wisdom and Prophecy. She is the seer or völva who tells Odin the story of how the world was created, and how it will come to its end.
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In Norse mythology, Huginn ("thought") Muninn ("memory") are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, to bring information to the god Odin. In the Poetic Edda, a disguised Odin expresses that he fears that they may not return from their daily flights. The Prose Edda explains that Odin is referred to as "raven-god" due to his association with Huginn Muninn, who are described as perching on his shoulders. Odin gave the ravens the ability to speak. Art by Richard Cox