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Life of a Heathen semofoodlover: "There sits Sigurdr Blood-besprinkled, Fáfnir’s heart With flame he roasteth: Wise seemed to me The Spoiler of Rings If the gleaming Life-fibre he ate. There lies Reginn—sang another— Rede he ponders, Would betray the youth Who trusteth in him: In his wrath he plots Wrong accusation; The smith of bale Would avenge his brother.” — Prose Edda, Skaldskaprmal

Life of a Heathen semofoodlover: "There sits Sigurdr Blood-besprinkled, Fáfnir’s heart With flame he roasteth: Wise seemed to me The Spoiler of Rings If the gleaming Life-fibre he ate. There lies Reginn—sang another— Rede he ponders, Would betray the youth Who trusteth in him: In his wrath he plots Wrong accusation; The smith of bale Would avenge his brother.” — Prose Edda, Skaldskaprmal

Pretty much

Pretty much

Odin, disguised, advises Sigurd to dig trenches also to drain the blood, and to bathe in it after killing the dragon; this confers invulnerability, which he does. Regin then asked Sigurd to give him Fafnir's heart for himself. Sigurd drinks some of Fafnir's blood and gains the ability to understand the language of birds. Birds advise him to kill Regin, since Regin is plotting Sigurd's death. Sigurd beheads Regin, roasts Fafnir's heart and consumes part of it. This gives him the gift of…

Odin, disguised, advises Sigurd to dig trenches also to drain the blood, and to bathe in it after killing the dragon; this confers invulnerability, which he does. Regin then asked Sigurd to give him Fafnir's heart for himself. Sigurd drinks some of Fafnir's blood and gains the ability to understand the language of birds. Birds advise him to kill Regin, since Regin is plotting Sigurd's death. Sigurd beheads Regin, roasts Fafnir's heart and consumes part of it. This gives him the gift of…

WWI & WWII Military Historian. — imjustanotherheathen:   Source - mokurai

WWI & WWII Military Historian. — imjustanotherheathen: Source - mokurai

Heimdall

Heimdall

In the Poetic Edda, Prose Edda, and Heimskringla, Hel is referred to as a…

In the Poetic Edda, Prose Edda, and Heimskringla, Hel is referred to as a…

Back peice

Back peice

An Old Heathen Wolf am I, howling under Odins Sky. Beyond my Throne of Blood and Stone, Lie my Ancesters, all Dust and Bone.

An Old Heathen Wolf am I, howling under Odins Sky. Beyond my Throne of Blood and Stone, Lie my Ancesters, all Dust and Bone.

Tyr is the god of justice and right action in Norse mythology, portrayed as a one-handed man. He sacrificed his hand to the Fenris Wolf to protect his people and fellow Gods. The runes say "Tyr and Fenris Wolf" in Old Norse:"TYR OK FENRISULFR."   Created by Dryad Design, who specializes in Norse / Heathen / Asatru jewelry

Tyr is the god of justice and right action in Norse mythology, portrayed as a one-handed man. He sacrificed his hand to the Fenris Wolf to protect his people and fellow Gods. The runes say "Tyr and Fenris Wolf" in Old Norse:"TYR OK FENRISULFR." Created by Dryad Design, who specializes in Norse / Heathen / Asatru jewelry

This image is based on small hammered gold amulets or offerings called gullgubber which means “little man of gold.” They are believed to date back to the late Iron Age through the early Viking Age. It has been theorized that these images may have depicted the love relationship between the Norse Vanir God Freyr and the jötnar Giantess Gerd. The runes are from the Elder Futhark and read “Love Endures.” Created by Dryad Design, who specializes in Norse / Heathen / Asatru jewelry

This image is based on small hammered gold amulets or offerings called gullgubber which means “little man of gold.” They are believed to date back to the late Iron Age through the early Viking Age. It has been theorized that these images may have depicted the love relationship between the Norse Vanir God Freyr and the jötnar Giantess Gerd. The runes are from the Elder Futhark and read “Love Endures.” Created by Dryad Design, who specializes in Norse / Heathen / Asatru jewelry

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