victoriousvocabulary: LEIDENSCHAFT [noun] passion; fervour. Etymology: German Leiden, “suffering, pain, grief” + -schaft, suffix akin to -ship, -hood, from Old High German -skaft, -skaf, from Proto-Germanic *-skapiz. [Seb McKinnon - Freyja]
Helgafell (Holy Mountain) was regarded by the early pagan settlers as the entrance to Valhalla, the Norse god Odin’s hall for warriors slain in battle. The sacred mountain of Helgafell is connected to various saga characters, most notably Thorolf Mostur-Beard (the original settler of the land), Guðrun of the Laxdaelasaga and Snorri Thorgrimsson (Goði / Priest) from Eyrbyggjasaga, Guðrun's close friend.