Haakon Knudsen

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More knotwork! Jeremy (and Sophie) stopped off on their last leg of their adventure from Australia this week. Jeremy had already made a pilgrimage from down under to see me a few years ago, so we added onto his chest this week and his wrist. The ship is mainly to signify travel, and the arm ring with Odin and Freya is for fate. Hel is already in the upper arm with Loki in case your wondering about the fate spect of this design ;) it's truly an honour went people travel so far to see me for…

More knotwork! Jeremy (and Sophie) stopped off on their last leg of their adventure from Australia this week. Jeremy had already made a pilgrimage from down under to see me a few years ago, so we added onto his chest this week and his wrist. The ship is mainly to signify travel, and the arm ring with Odin and Freya is for fate. Hel is already in the upper arm with Loki in case your wondering about the fate spect of this design ;) it's truly an honour went people travel so far to see me for…

Vegvisir, the old viking compass for guidance. Surrounding runes: "not all who wander are lost." Inguz in the middle: "where there is a will there is a way." The 2 ravens Huginn and Muginn for wisdom. Yggdrasil: "the tree of life." Stands for Balance. Supported by 2 runes of time: Jerah and Dagaz, both for decision making. Meaning of this tattoo to me: every step i take toward balance is with a certain thought and memory, strengthened by Valknut and guided by Vegvisir and Inguz. by cora

Vegvisir for guidance Ungiz for perseverance surrounding runes: "not all who wander are lost." Valknut for strength. Huginn and muginn for wisdom. Yggdrasil for balance. Jerah and dagaz for decision making.

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Viking tattoo

VEGSIVIR A Vegvísir (Icelandic 'sign post') is an Icelandic magical stave intended to help the bearer find their way through rough weather. The symbol is attested in t.