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    Viking Mythology

    Published: March 11, 2019

    Northern Europe is a region in the past where a complex array of beliefs that elevates individual courage and victory in the field of war. This Viking mythology, which contains stories of dramatic feats in which the events of people and gods are intertwined, has preserved its popularity until today.

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    Viking Mythology

    • 1. Viking Mythology Viking Mythology
    • 2. Viking Mythology Introduction Viking Mythology Introduction Northern Europe is a region in the past where a complex array of beliefs that elevates individual courage and victory in the field of war. This Viking mythology, which contains stories of dramatic feats in which the events of people and gods are intertwined, has preserved its popularity until today. There are many artists and thinkers who are inspired. One of them is the romantic German composer Richard Wagner, who is seen as a timeless character in the legends.
    • 3. Viking Mythology: Odin Viking Mythology: Odin All Father
    • 4. Viking Mythology: Odin Viking Mythology: Odin Odin is the chief god of Aesir from two viking gods. Odin created the world and the first people. Although he was a god of war, he was also known for his interest in magic, poetry and beautiful sabbatical. Many stories about him reflect his constant search for knowledge and wisdom. According to legend, Odin's ravens Huginn and Muninn help him by collecting news from the entire universe. The 8-legged horse Sleipnir accompanies him.
    • 5. Viking Mythology: Odin Viking Mythology: Odin There are many children born of various goddesses and female giants; Between Thor and Baldur. Odin's palace in Asgard, Valhalla, is where all the brave warriors go after death. According to the Vikings, Odin was the personified masonry of power and power. He was therefore given the position of one who initiated many royal lineage.
    • 6. Viking Mythology: Odin ●Odin, the chief god of the Vikings, was considered the creator of both the world and the people. ●The Germanic tribes were also called Woden; This is the origin of the word for Wednesday in western languages. ●Odin is associated with Mercurius, the Roman god. ●Odin, as a god of war, was often portrayed with his speargun, Gungnir, and his ring Draupnir. ●He was also a god of wisdom, magic, poetry, prophecy, victory, hunting and death. ●Two ravens named Huginn and Muninn, two wolves Freki and Geri and Sleipnir had an eight-legged horse. Viking Mythology: Odin
    • 7. Viking Mythology: Thor Viking Mythology: Thor Son Of Odin
    • 8. Viking Mythology: Thor Thor, the god of thunder, is one of the best known figures in Viking mythology. He tells Odin's son that he is a legend like that. He married Sif, the goddess of wheat. It is said that the noise from the chariot pulled by two goats leads to thunder. Viking Mythology: Thor
    • 9. Viking Mythology: Thor’s Mjolnir Mjolnir is the greatest weapon in Thor's legends. It is rare that he does not carry Mjolnir with him. Mjolnir returns to Thor when he is thrown. Mjolnir is said to control the lightning. Nidavellir dwarves have made great care Mjolnir. Viking Mythology: Thor’s Mjolnir
    • 10. Viking Mythology: Thor ●Thor was the thunder of the Vikings and the lightning god. ●Many wishes protection from him; believed to be linked to honest marriages. ●He was often depicted as she carried attractive Mjolnir in her hand and wandered in the clouds with a car towed by two goats. Viking Mythology: Thor
    • 11. Viking Mythology: Loki Viking Mythology: Loki Trickster
    • 12. Viking Mythology: Loki Loki is known as a sly god who creates more problems with his discourses. His ability to disguise allows him to deceive both gods and people on many occasions. Blood coincides with many powerful gods like his brother Odin and Thor. Many conflicts are caused by his actions at the source. He helps the gods in a few incidents where they face threat. Viking Mythology: Loki
    • 13. Viking Mythology: Loki Although it is seen as a member of the Aesir family, Loki is actually dev. Odin is allowed to enter the family by taking the blood oath. The female giant Angrboda'da n has 3 children; Kurt Fenrir, the Midgard Snake and the queen of the deads, Hel. Viking Mythology: Loki
    • 14. Viking Mythology: Loki ●Loki is both a giant and a member of a family. ●As a trickster god in legends, he uses his ability to disguise to flip through and steal other gods' things. ●Loki sometimes makes fun of the gods, but at times he helps them. ●It is said to be connected with fire and magic. Viking Mythology: Loki
    • 15. Viking Mythology: Ragnarok Viking Mythology: Ragnarok
    • 16. Viking Mythology: Ragnarok Viking Mythology: Ragnarok According to legends, the world is buried in the dark after many years in winter. People start fighting everywhere. When the world began to swing, the trees flew. The Midgard Serpent will bring great waves along with the sea. Loki and Wolf Fenrir are breaking down the chains and fighting with the giants.
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