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Thor y Midgard

End of Days: "Loki Breaks Free at the Onset of Ragnarök," by Ernst H.

Classic Illustrations from Norse Mythology

loki and sigyn. When Loki was punished by being chained to a rock with a snake's poison dripping in his eyes. Sigyn, his faithful wife, came and would catch the poison in a bowl for him.

Landvættir (“land wights”) are spirits of the land in Norse mythology and in Germanic paganism. They protect and promote the flourishing of the specific places where they live, which can be as small as a rock or a corner of a field, or as large as a section of a country.                                                                                                                                                      More

“ Landvættir (“land wights”) are spirits of the land in Norse mythology and in Germanic paganism. They protect and promote the flourishing of the specific places.

Loki's Daring Dagger Collection  Some of my most favourite ones. They don't hurt, only for a second. - Loki “God of Mischief” Laufeyson™ - Google+

Loki's Daring Dagger Collection Some of my most favourite ones. - Loki “God of Mischief”

Eir is the goddess associated with healing. She is known to be one of the handmaidens of Frigg, who is wife of Odin, the king of the gods. She is considered a minor goddess and is not one of the Æsir often thought of when one thinks of the Norse pantheon

This is a picture of Eir who is the goddess associated with healing and the wife of Odin, the king of the gods. Eir is considered one of the minor gods, despite being the wife of the king.

Sleippnir

Norse Mythology: Long ago the god Loki, in the form of a white mare and impregnated by the horse Svadilfari, gave birth to Sleipnir the eight-legged. When Loki reverted to his natural form he gave Sleipnir to Odin.

Odin riding his 8 legged steed Sleipnir. Odin was the Norse equivalent of Sagittarius.

((published accessed Sleipnir is the eight-legged horse of the god Odin. Sleipnir is one of Odin’s many shamanic helping spirits.

Siegfried kills Fafner - Siegfried and The Twilight of the Gods, 1911

Arthur Rackham - Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods published in 1911 - Siegfried kills Fafner of

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