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Germanic mythology is really a term for myths connected Germanic paganism. Germanic paganism may be the theology and non secular practices from the Germanic people, in the Iron Age until they grew to become christian within the Medieval occasions. Germanic mythology includes Norse mythology, Anglo- Saxon mythology and Continental germanic mythology. Germanic mythology originates from Indo-European mythology.
Gods and Godesses
The entire reason for germanic mythology may be the myths! The gods and godesses the germanic peoples beleived in aren’t scientifically proven, so that they can not be classified real. But if they’re not proven real, the germanic people still strongly supported them, as did a number of other people, particularly in Rome and A holiday in greece within the very beginning. The myths they deemed in are simply myths plus they had gods for everything! They’ve gods from the sun, water gods, food gods, reproduction gods,nature gods, and many more.
Germanic people
The Germanic people (also known as Teutonic, Suebian or Medieval in older books) are an Indo-European ethno-linguistic number of Northern European originality, recognized by their utilisation of the Germanic languages which came from Proto-Germanic beginning throughout the Pre-Roman Iron Age. Germanic peoples performed an essential role in the development of Europe.
Norse myhtology, Anglo-saxon mthology and the many other words ending in myhtology in listed here are all just different smaller sized subject beliefs inside a big religion which was a lower germanic peoples lifes. All of them include varios soyrces of beings, deities and spirit creatures.
Germanic mythology
What’s Germanic mythology?
Iron age
The iron age may occur in ”Anatolia” returning as soon as 1200 bc. This era is known as the iron age because using iron reproduction and also the prevalent utilization of iron and silver.
What exactly are many of these fancy words?
My personal favorite… book?
Yup! I acquired this concept from studying books about gods and godesses and myths and supernatural stuff, because of Richelle mead. I had been studying gameboard from the gods, the very first book within the ”Age of X” series. I just read it also it involved gods and you know what? It incorporated a lot of the mythsthat I had been researching with this project!
within the book the primary character is Justin, he’s been elected to be among the elect inside a game, with gods involved. He serves Odin a really effective god who represents a 1 eyed raven. And Mae another primary character has already established bad knowledge about gods but she winds up getting certain to freya, the godess who represents a feathered cloak.
Here are a few primary gods.
Wōdanaz- Lord of poetic inspiration

Punraz- God of thunder

Teiwaz- God of war and perhaps early sky god

Ermunaz- Saxon god

Wulbpas- Glorios one

Ingwas- identified using the god Fraujaz
About Odin

In germanic religion Odin is really a broadly revered god.Odin is connected with healing, dying, royalty, the gallows, understanding, fight, sorcery, poetry, craze, and also the runic alphabet and that he may be the husband from the godess ”Frigg”. He’s connected together with his ravens ”Huginn” and ”Muninn” who bring him information everywhere and could be transfered to the next priest of Odin’s.
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German folklore and myths


WOLVOMAN80: My kids are terrified of the Krampus! Cool vid btw.

wasabiroots: +WOLVOMAN80 good job lol

arnonuehm1: Hm interesting, I'm German but I hadn't heard of any of these.

NoobGamerHD12345 Lel: arnonuehm1 me too

NoobGamerHD12345 Lel: wasabiroots im german too

Thade VSEarth: Alps and Elves are two totally different German myths. An alp is like an evil immortal spirit that actively attempts to harm humans. An elf is like a miniature person, they use magic but they also live in houses, have families, age and eventually die. Alp can't be translated to Elf because Alp and Elf are both German words. I like the video but I think you'd better apologize to the Elf community; just in case.

77Kabum: Alp, Alb, Elb or Elf are words for a very heterogenous group of supernatural beeings. How the word is spelled and written differs from region to region. Back in the middle ages even dwarfes were considered as a type of this group. Through the process of the romatic and the fantasy revival of old myths these words got different meanings. But in the old folklore these words meant all the same group of mythical beeings.

Thade VSEarth: The definition of alp explained in this video is not the teutonic or ancient term which I concede is vague and interchangeable with many other terms. It is the pre-modern and modern folkloric definition still used in German scary stories today. Given that, I'm comparing it to the pre-modern and modern definition of elf.

entschuldigung: I knew it! My cat is an Alp trying to suck my blood! That's why she sits on me when I'm trying to sleep.

arte0021: but does your cat have a hat on?