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Hamadriad, a supernatural creature that live in trees in Greek mythology. (Special class of nymphs)

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~PearlEden, "Ragnarok I" (Skoll chasing the sun, Hati chasing the moon, and Fenrir in the center)

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In Norse Mythology, Hugin (“thought”) and Munin (“memory” or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that are the shamanic helping spirits of the god Odin. These informants are two of the many sources of Odin’s prodigious wisdom and it is from this associated that Odin is referred to as a “raven-god.” Hugin and Munin are semi-autonomous beings who are simultaneously projections or extensions of Odin’s own being. In Chapter seven of the Heimskringla book Ynglinga saga, which provides an euhemerized...

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from Geek Native

Beautiful steampunk voyages from Didier Graffet

Yggdrasil - Norse Tree of Life - Odin had himself hung on Yggdrasil for 9 days and nights - he suffered greatly and ransomed his right eye in order to obtain the Norse Runes and their wisdom...

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from 9GAG

Nordic folklore

Nordic folklore me\DL > Jones in #thecamp "don't go in the water"

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*Norse mythology Balder - Baldur was one of the most beloved of all the gods. The son of Odin, the chief of the gods, and the benevolent sorceress goddess Frigg, Baldur was a generous, joyful, and courageous character who gladdened the hearts of all who spent time with him. When, therefore, he began to have ominous dreams of some grave misfortune befalling him, the fearful gods appointed Odin to discover their meaning.

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The Norns - Norse - govern fate, Urd - what has been, Verdandi - what is, Skuld - what is to come. They spin the threads and weave the tapestry of fate for each person's life. The length of the thread is the life span, even the Gods have their own threads but they are hidden. Everything is predetermined by destiny.

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Diancecht was the Irish god of Healing and Medicine in Celtic culture during the Bronze age in Ireland. Diancecht was the son of Dagda, "the good god of the Irish Celts", and was the physician to the Tuatha De Danaan, the ruling clan of gods. His son, Miach, was also a healer but preferred to use incantations and herbs when healing which was at odds with his father's surgical methods.

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