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Shagrath

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the Norse mythological tale about two wolves who wish to eat the Sun and Moon.The monstrous wolf Fenrir had two sons; Sköll (Old Norse for “Treachery”) and Hati (“He Who Hates, Enemy”).   Sköll chases the Sun, and Hati, running ahead of the Sun, goes after the Moon. When either are caught, there is an eclipse. When this happens, Vikings used to rush to rescue the Sun or Moon by making as much noise as they can in hopes of scaring off the wolves

the Norse mythological tale about two wolves who wish to eat the Sun and Moon.The monstrous wolf Fenrir had two sons; Sköll (Old Norse for “Treachery”) and Hati (“He Who Hates, Enemy”). Sköll chases the Sun, and Hati, running ahead of the Sun, goes after the Moon. When either are caught, there is an eclipse. When this happens, Vikings used to rush to rescue the Sun or Moon by making as much noise as they can in hopes of scaring off the wolves

Thor, Norse god of thunder, son of Odin and Jord. He had a famous weapon, his hammer, named Mjolnir, a belt of strength, named Megingjardir, and a goat-driven chariot that created the noise of the thunder when rolling across the sky. By UnripeHamadryad.

Thor, Norse god of thunder, son of Odin and Jord. He had a famous weapon, his hammer, named Mjolnir, a belt of strength, named Megingjardir, and a goat-driven chariot that created the noise of the thunder when rolling across the sky. By UnripeHamadryad.

Image detail for -Norse mythology Skadi

Image detail for -Norse mythology Skadi

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Superfamily Avengers | ... thor odinson Stony SuperFamily domestic avengers superfamily-texts

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"The Magic Circle"  --  1886  --  John William Waterhouse  --  British  --  Oil on canvas  --  Tate Britain, London

Malifecium and Witchcraft: How Being a Witch and Magic was Viewed in Early Modern Europe

"The Magic Circle" -- 1886 -- John William Waterhouse -- British -- Oil on canvas -- Tate Britain, London

Skadi by Zaronen (Old Norse Skaði) is a giantess and a goddess of winter in Norse mythology. She was once married to the god Njord(sea god). However, their marriage was a failure; Njord couldn’t stand the cold and dreariness of the mountains, and Skadi couldn’t stand the light and noise of Njord’s home by the seashore, so the two parted ways.

Skadi by Zaronen (Old Norse Skaði) is a giantess and a goddess of winter in Norse mythology. She was once married to the god Njord(sea god). However, their marriage was a failure; Njord couldn’t stand the cold and dreariness of the mountains, and Skadi couldn’t stand the light and noise of Njord’s home by the seashore, so the two parted ways.

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Gåte - Sjå Attende

Oskereia or Askereia was loose in the days before Christmas. A horde of undead caught between life and death for their sins, riding through stormridden skies with deafening noise, they swooped down on lone travelers and unprotected farms, scooping up the unwary and carrying them away.  Stay inside, and tar your doors with the sign of the cross to protect family and livestock!  "Aasgardsreiden" Peter Nicolai Arbo (1872)

Oskereia or Askereia was loose in the days before Christmas. A horde of undead caught between life and death for their sins, riding through stormridden skies with deafening noise, they swooped down on lone travelers and unprotected farms, scooping up the unwary and carrying them away. Stay inside, and tar your doors with the sign of the cross to protect family and livestock! "Aasgardsreiden" Peter Nicolai Arbo (1872)

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