Rune Warrior Tailsmans / Runes

Rune Warrior Tailsmans / Runes

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A simple tutorial showing all the steps I take to create my Celtic knots.

A simple tutorial showing all the steps I take to create my Celtic knots.

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Book of Shadows:  #BOS Celtic Deities 1 page.

Book of Shadows: #BOS Celtic Deities 1 page.

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Thor - God of Thunder. He is well known for his hammer, which he would throw in the clouds to create thunder and lightning. Was always involved in Loki's mischief, usually at his own expense. He is the son of Odin.

Thor - God of Thunder. He is well known for his hammer, which he would throw in the clouds to create thunder and lightning. Was always involved in Loki's mischief, usually at his own expense. He is the son of Odin.

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Handcarved Celtic Knot Heart...looks so beautiful! Carved from a single piece of rain tree wood.

Handcarved Celtic Knot Heart...looks so beautiful! Carved from a single piece of rain tree wood.

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Celtic Snakes outlines by Feivelyn.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Celtic Snakes outlines by Feivelyn.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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Viking Age Raven Brooch  8th Century CE, Scandinavia

Viking Age Raven Brooch 8th Century CE, Scandinavia

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Thor lifting the Utgard cat - norse-mythology Photo

Thor lifting the Utgard cat - norse-mythology Photo

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In Norse mythology, Gerðr (Old Norse "fenced-in"[1]) is a jötunn, goddess, and the wife of the god Freyr. Gerðr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; and in the poetry of skalds. Gerðr is sometimes modernly anglicized as Gerd or Gerth.

In Norse mythology, Gerðr (Old Norse "fenced-in"[1]) is a jötunn, goddess, and the wife of the god Freyr. Gerðr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources; the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson; and in the poetry of skalds. Gerðr is sometimes modernly anglicized as Gerd or Gerth.

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The front of the Ulbster Stone. Ireland. Compare early celtic carvings to those of Anatolia and Bulgaria, including the seahorse-like Dacian Dog

The front of the Ulbster Stone. Ireland. Compare early celtic carvings to those of Anatolia and Bulgaria, including the seahorse-like Dacian Dog

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