Satisfy the Gods and Goddesses
from the Norse Pantheon
(or, based upon the dialect Woden or Wotan) was the daddy of all of the
Gods and men. Odhinn is pictured either putting on a winged helm or perhaps a
floppy hat, along with a blue-gray cloak. He is able to visit any realm within
the 9 Nordic worlds. His two ravens, Huginn and Munin (Thought and
Memory) fly around the globe daily and go back to simply tell him exactly what
has happened in Midgard. He’s a God of magick, knowledge, wit, and
learning. He too is really a psychopomp a chooser of individuals slain in fight.
In later occasions, he was connected with war and bloodshed in the Viking
perspective, although in earlier occasions, no such association was present.
Contrary, the wars fought against by Odhinn exist strictly upon the Mental
plane of awareness suitable for those of this type of psychologically polarized God.
He’s both shaper of Wyrd and also the bender of Orlog again, an activity only
possible through the strength of Mental thought and impress. It’s he
who sacrifices a watch in the well of Mimir to achieve inner knowledge, and then
hangs themself upon the planet Tree Yggdrasil to achieve the understanding and
power the Runes. All his actions are based on understanding,
knowledge, and also the distribution of ideas and ideas to assist Mankind.
Because there’s duality in most logic and knowledge, he is viewed as being
duplicitous this really is illusory which is through his actions the best
outcomes are created and derived. Just like an item of curiosity:
in not one other pantheon may be the mind Deity even the God of Thought and Logic.
It’s interesting to notice the Norse/Teutonic peoples also set this type of
importance upon brainwork and logic. Your day Wednesday (Wodensdaeg)
is known as for him.
or Donnar, also referred to as the Thunderer, was regarded as a boy of Odin
by a few, but among many tribes Thor really supplanted Odin because the
favorite god. He is regarded as the protector of Midgard, and that he
wields the mighty hammer Mjollnir. Thor is strength personified. His
fight chariot is attracted by two goats, and the hammer Mjollnir causes the
lightning that flashes over the sky. Of all of the deities, Thor may be the
most "barbarian" from the lot rugged, effective, and lives by his
own rules, although he’s faithful to all of those other Aesir. Your day
Thursday (Thorsdaeg) is sacred to him.
is regarded as the goddess of affection and sweetness, but is another warrior
goddess and something of effective knowledge and magick. She and her twin brother Freyr
have another "race" of gods referred to as Vanir. A lot of
the tribes venerated her greater compared to Aesir, calling her "the
Frowe" or "The Woman.Inch She is called Queen from the
Valkyries, choosers of individuals slain in fight to deal with these to Valhalla (the
Norse paradise). She, therefore, is really a psychopomp like Odhinn which is stated
that they will get the "first pick" from the fight slain. She wears
the sacred necklace Brisingamen, which she compensated for by spending the night time
using the dwarves who wrought it in the bowels of the world. The kitty is
her sacred symbol. There appears to become some confusion between herself and
Fricka, Odin’s wife, because they share similar functions but Fricka appears to
be strictly from the Aesir, while Freya is from the Vanic race. Your day Friday
(Frejyasdaeg) was named on her (some claim it had been for Fricka).
(Fro Ingwe) is Freya’s twin brother. He’s the horned God of love and fertility,
and it has some similarities towards the Celtic Cernunnos or Herne, although he’s
Different being. He is called King from the Alfs (elves). Both
Swedish and also the British are stated to become descendents of his. The Boar is his
sacred symbol, that is both connected with war with fertility. His
golden boar, "Gullenbursti", should really represent the
daybreak. He’s also regarded as the God of Success, and it is
wedded to Gerda, the Jotun, to whom he’d to yield up his mighty sword.
At Ragnarok, he’s stated to battle using the horn of the elk (a lot more suited
to his nature as opposed to a sword.)
(or Tiw, Ziw) may be the ancient god of War and also the Lawgiver from the gods. He
sacrifices his hands so the evil Fenris wolf might be bound. Previously
he was the best choice from the Norse Pantheon, but was supplanted by Odin much
later. There’s absolutely nothing to indicate how this happened one assumes he
simply "walked back" and let Odin assume the positioning of
leadership. Tyr is great in most manners of Justice, fair play, and
the Trickster, challenges the dwelling and order from the Gods, but is
necessary in getting about needed change. He’s also referred to as the god of
Fire. Neither an Aesir or perhaps a Vanir, he’s from the race of Ettins
(Elementals) and therefore offers some daemonic characteristics. He’s both a
assistant along with a foe from the Aesir he will get them from predicaments, but
spawns the worst monsters seen evidently of the world: the Fenris
Wolf and Jormurgandr, the Midgard Wyrm. His other children range from the
goddess Hel (Hella, Holle), and Sleipnir, Odin’s 8-legged horse these
beings are in least benign, otherwise somewhat terrifying to behold.
may be the handsome gold-toothed protector of Bifrost, the rainbow bridge
resulting in Asgard, the house of the Gods. The rainbow bridge appears to become a
common symbol in lots of religious traditions apart from Norse Heathenism. In
the Vedic tradition, it represents the Antakaranha of humanity (connection
between your body and also the soul). Other traditions view it like a message from
the Gods, or perhaps a Bridge between your Gods and Mankind. This could have a tendency to
indicate the Norse/Germanic everyone was conscious of the existence of an
overshadowing Soul for everybody, in addition to a group or tribal
intelligence. It’s Heimdall who’s to seem the signal horn towards the Aesir
that Ragnarok, the truly amazing destruction (or transformation?) is starting.
may be the Goddess of Winter as well as the Search. She’s married to Njord, the
gloomy Ocean God, recognized for his beautiful bare ft (that is how Skadi came
to select him on her mate.) Supposedly the bare feet is definitely an ancient Norse
indication of fertility. The wedding wasn’t too happy, though, because she
wanted Baldur on her husband. She’s the goddess of Justice,
Vengeance, and Righteous Anger, and it is the deity who offers the sentence
upon Loki to become bound subterranean having a serpent dripping poison upon his
face in payment for his crimes. Skadi’s character is symbolized in
a couple of Hendes Christian Anderson’s tales: "The Snow Queen"
and "The Ice Princess."
Frigga (Frigg, Fricka), Odin’s wife, was considered
is the Mother of and protectoress of kids. She spins the
sacred Distaff of existence, and it is stated to understand the long run, although she’ll
not talk about it. Some think that Friday was named on her rather of
Freya (see above), and there’s considerable confusion regarding "who
does what" one of the two.
The Norns (Urd, Verdande, and Skuld), would be the Norse
same as the greek Fates. It’s they who determine the orlogs
(destinies) from the Gods as well as Man, and who keep up with the World Tree,
The goddess from the dead and also the afterlife was Hel (Holle,
Hulda), and it was portrayed through the Vikings to be half-dead, half alive
herself. The Vikings viewed her with considerable trepidation. The Nederlander,
Gallic, and German barbarians viewed her with a few beneficence, much more of a
gentler type of dying and transformation. She’s seen by them as Mother
Holle a being of pure Nature, being useful in occasions of need, but
vengeful upon individuals who mix her or transgress natural law.
Odin’s boy, Baldur, the god of affection and lightweight, is
sacrificed at Midsummer through the dart from the mistletoe, and it is reborn at Jul
(Yule). Supposedly his return won’t occur until following the onslaught of
the Ragnarok, that we see like a cleansing and enlightenment greater than
wanton, purposeless destruction. Baldur’s blind brother Hodur was his
slayer, whose hands was led through the crafty Loki. He’s married towards the
goddess of Pleasure, Nanna.
Other Gods and Goddesses include Sif (Sifa), the
Harvest Goddess Forseti, the god of Law and Justice Bragi, the bard of
the Gods and muse of Poetry Weiland (Weyland), the Cruz from the Gods,
Idunna, the goddess of Youth and sweetness Vidar and Vali, the sons of Odin
who’ll survive Ragnarok Magni and Modi, the sons of Thor Eostre, the
goddess of Spring as well as fertility, Hoenir, the messenger from the Aesir
Sunna and Mani, the sun’s rays and Moon Ullr, the God from the Search and Nerthus,
Goddess from the Ocean as well as Rivers.
Purists from the Norse Religion may scoff
thinking of connecting the different Gods and Goddesses to some system that
wasn’t originated through the Norse. However, to compare purposes,
it’s useful so that you can affiliate the deities using the various signs
from the zodiac if without other reason than to aid in astrological chart
interpretations utilizing a Norse background.
Aries: the fiery Loki, and Ostara,
the goddess of Spring
Taurus: both youthful Idunna
and Weiland, cruz from the Gods.
Gemini: Both Freyr and Freyja as
Cancer: Blissful mother Fricka (Frigg)
also Manni Lord from the Moon
Leo: Mighty Thor also, Sunna (the
Virgo: Sif (Sifa), the wife of
Thor and Frowe from the harvest
Libra: Tyr, the lawgiver from the
Gods also Forseti, the god of Justice
Scorpio: Hela (Holle) Goddess of
Dying and Rebirth
Sagittarius: Allfather Odin
(installed on Sleipnir)
Capricorn: Skadi Goddess of
Winter and also the Search also Ullr, Lord from the Search
Aquarius: Heimdall, Protector of
the Rainbow Bridge
Pisces: Both Njord and Nerthus
God and Goddess from the Oceans and Rivers.
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colinp2238: The art work looks like it is straight out of the Marvel studios nothing like the descriptions that we have of the Aesir from the sources. Tyr was not a god of war but he is given that name because he is associated with Mars. Tueday (Tiwaz day) in English is Mardi (Mars day) in French. Mars was originally a Roman god of agriculture but later, when he was identified as the Greek god Ares, became the god of war.
Dylan Perera: Sif is the wife of Thor.
Dylan Perera: Is missing only Sif: the goddess of grain, of war and of crop.
Gregory Grand: We're Loki's children in there
Ange Simmer: Gregory Grand his daughter is in the video
MAX STRO: where is the art work from ?