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Frigg was the Aesir chief goddess and was the wife of Odin the Allfather. The most touching story of Frigg was when she traveled the Nine Worlds and asked all creatures to swear not to harm her child, god Baldur. She was so upset when dreaming about her child's death. From that moment on, she tried so hard to save her child from his fate. But no matter how hard she struggled, Frigg just couldn't alter her destiny [...]
Bringing Loki to the cave where the punishment would be carried out, Odin and other gods were there. They brought two sons of Loki there too. The gods turned one son into a wolf and let them kill one another. Then they took the entrails of the deceased son of Loki to tie him into the rocks. #bavipower #ordernow #bavipowervikingblog #loki
As the Aesir gods (who lived in Asgard) learnt of Freya's power, they set out to commission her. Under the name of Heiðr("Bright") and a new disguise, Freya came to the home of Aesir gods. Like other cases, the magic and power of Freya astonished Aesir gods. #bavipower #ordernow #norsemythexplained
Viking Valkyries could be pronounced as “Val-Ker-Ee”. This word meant “The Choosers of the Fallen”. The Valkyries in Norse mythology were the female helping spirit of Odin the Allfather. In many modern depictions of the Valkyries, they were the beautiful, noble, and elegant women that rose horses and guiding the dead warriors to attend Valhalla – the Hall of the Fallen which was presided over by Odin in Asgard. #bavipower #vikinghistory #norsemythology #vikinggods
Odin the Allfather owned a horse. But Odin's horse was no ordinary horse. His name was Sleipnir which meant "The Sliding One". By the name of the horse, we can see how fast Odin's horse could run. Legend had it that no horse in the cosmos could run as fast as Sleipnir. He ran through the land, galloped through the wind, and traveled across the ocean. #bavipower #norsemythexplain #norsegod
Hodr was sitting in a corner to hear people merrily chanting and admiring the Shining God, Baldur. They were happy because no one could ever hurt Baldur their beloved god now. Frigg, mother of Hodr and Baldur, travelled the world asking every creature to promise never to hurt Baldur. She left out only the small mistletoe. Somehow Loki learnt of this secret and he made an arrow out of a small mistletoe [...]
🔥Was Loki a God of Fire? 👉The fire was the symbol of both creation and destruction, so was Loki. 👉Although Loki wasn't the god of fire, he somehow embodied the qualities of the fire. He was creative and intellectual though his creativity was used to put other people in the trouble. 👉However, Loki could always think of new solutions to help other people out of their trouble. Through the whole course of the myth, Loki managed to keep his own fire of creativity.
❤ 🎈Who was the Norse God of Love? 🌊Freya was the goddess of war compared to Odin the god of war - the brave warriors who fell in battles. 💃Freya was loved so much for her beauty. She was so beautiful that everyone would fall into her at first sight. Any creature like dwarves, elves, humans, gods, etc. could easily fall for Freya. 👩❤️💋👩Freya was also a statue of a strong woman that people would love her.
Legend had it that Odin had a pair of wolves whose names were Geki and Freki respectively. They were known as Odin's constant companions. They accompanied Odin to his battles and, of course, in Ragnarok. Odin offered all of his food to his wolves while he chose to consume only wine. That was enough food and drink for Odin. Geki and Freki, thereby, became the symbol of Odin and his presence.
Thor hit the ceiling when learning that he was fooled by the Giant. The ego never allowed a Giant to insult him like this. Reaching for the Mjolnir hammer, Thor was about to smash the skull of Utgard-Loki but the Giant disappeared and so did the whole landscape of Utgard-Loki kingdom[...]
If you happen to read Norse mythology, especially the chapter in which Loki and Thor teamed up to travel to Utgard-Loki, you will find quite confusing between Loki and Logi. Many sources claim that Logi the giant was actually Loki. However, not enough evidence can support this though.
In Norse mythology, Hati and Skoll spent everyday chasing after the sun and the moon. But it was not until Ragnarok that they managed to chase down the two beautiful stars. Then they devoured the Sun and the Moon sending the whole cosmos into blackness. Norse cosmos lost both shining stars, nothing could be seen, and Surtr the fire giant even set the whole cosmos on fire.