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Mythology Meme || (9/10) Women of the Norse Pantheon Hail Lady whose bones are stones Whose flesh brown as dust from the soil Who tosses her hair like tree roots Curling over the boulders Whose fingers reach and brush like leaves. (x)

Mythology Meme (PicSpam) Women of the Norse Pantheon ~ Hail Lady whose bones are stones Whose flesh brown as dust from the soil Who tosses her hair like tree roots Curling over the boulders Whose fingers reach and brush like leaves.

FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: NORNS The Norns are female beings who control the destinies of gods and mortals. The most important of these beings are Urd (Fate), Skuld (Being), and Verdandi (Necessity). They guard the well Urðarbrunnr, located beneath Yggdrasil in Asgard, keeping the World Tree healthy by pouring water and mud from the well on its roots. In other myths, there is a Norn present at every birth, and she has control over how the newborn’s life with unfold.

allinye: “FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: NORNS “ The Norns are female beings who control the destinies of gods and mortals. The most important of these beings are Urd (Fate), Skuld (Being), and Verdandi (Necessity). They guard the well Urðarbrunnr,.

FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: FREYJA Foremost of the Vanir goddesses, Freyja symbolizes fertility, love, and beauty. With her father, Njord, and brother, Freyr, she came to live in Asgard as a sign of peace after the war between the Aesir and Vanir. She taught the Aesir Seiðr (magic), which was commonly practiced in Vanaheim. Freyja is also associated with war, dividing slain warriors with Odin; half went to Valhalla while the other half went to her hall, Sessrumnir.

FIGURES aught the Aesir Seiðr (magic), which was commonly practiced in Vanaheim. Freyja is also associated with war, dividing slain warriors with Odin; half went to Valhalla while the other half went to her hall, Sessrumnir.

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THOSE WHO HAUNT THE EARTH: STRZYGA “ A strzyga is a female demon in Slavic folklore. They are born to human parents, possessing two souls in a single body and are identifiable by their double hearts.

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“ Scandinavian tales and creatures “ Blåkulla is a legendary meadow where the Devil holds his earthly court during a witches’ sabbath that coincident with Easter. The only way of getting there is by flying, usually on a broom or some other enchanted.