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This is Yggdrassil. It’s the world tree that connects the 9 worlds

The cosmology of the Norse mythology has nine homeworlds unified by the world tree Yggdrasil. The Norse creation myth tells how everything came into existence in the gap between fire and ice and how the gods shaped the homeworld of humans.


n Norse mythology, the World Tree called Yggdrasill runs like a pole through this world and the realms above and below it. Yggdrasill is a great ash tree that connects all living things and all phases of existence.

odin's raven pendent

Sterling Silver Celtic Raven Odin Knotwork Disk Charm - This uniquely beautiful Celtic raven pendant is a perfect gift for those who love the mystery and magic of the raven.

I like the part of this prayer that goes, "In the meantime, let me feel excitement and poetry and fury and joy ..." that's some good praying, right there, whatever you call your God.

Poem about Odin, the King of the Gods. To the Vikings Odin was the greatest of all of their Gods. The Saxon's were Christian and considered the Vikings Pagans for believing in Gods like Odin.

Skadi - Winter Goddess of the North    Skadi is the Viking Goddess of winter. Her name is said to mean shadow or shade. She is the Queen of the shades.    She is a huntress, a dark magician, a giantess Goddess, ruling especially over mountains, wilderness, winter, revenge, knowledge, damage, justice, and independence.

Gods Goddesses Legends Myths: “Winter Goddess of the North,” by ~IndigoDesigns. Skaði (pronounced “SKAHD-ee”), the Norse Goddess of the North Wind, was the Goddess for whom Scandinavia was named.

Norse Tree of life. Represents hierarchy of Norse Gods in Valhalla

Greek alphabet

My grade teacher taught us the Greek alphabet and we studied percy Jackson to learn Greek mythology; needless to say BEST WEEK EVAR<<<what teacher is this? I want that teacher

Note:  This is a map created by Marvel Comics, first seen in Thor

Actually a single multi-continent connected to the Nine Realms.Multi-Dimensional realms separated by astral planes.Skilled magic users can create corridors without using the Bifrost Bridge

Gods and Mythology of Vikings

This shows how the Vikings viewed their Gods and their ideas of Heaven and Hell. The Vikings believed that they would one day join their Gods in Valhalla, much as the Christians believed they would join Jesus and God in Heaven.

norse cosmology. interesting to see how the norse explain the universe

Yggdrasil & tree& (In Norse mythology, Yggdrasil (/ˈɪɡdrəsɪl/; from Old Norse Yggdrasill, pronounced [ˈyɡːˌdrasilː]) is an immense tree that is central in Norse cosmology, in connection to which the nine worlds exist.