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Thrud, is a goddess of the Nordic mythology, She the daughter of Thor and Sif, is the goddess of willows, trees, flowers and grass. She signifies the seed

Thrud, is a goddess of the Nordic mythology, She the daughter of Thor and Sif, is the goddess of willows, trees, flowers and grass. She signifies the seed

Present: another modern day display of Yggdrasil the world tree   (Steve Prellwitz, 2012)

n Norse mythology, the World Tree called Yggdrasill runs like a pole through this world and the realms above and below it. Yggdrasill is a great ash tree that connects all living things and all phases of existence.

The Hammer of Thor or Mjolnir was one of the most important artifacts created by the Norse mythology and the pagan cultures;

The Hammer of Thor or Mjolnir was one of the most important artifacts created by the Norse mythology and the pagan cultures.

One of my paintings showing Roskva, the bondsmaid of the Norse god Thor.  She is wearing Viking costume.

One of my paintings showing Roskva, the bondsmaid of the Norse god Thor. She is wearing Viking costume.

“I am the giant Skrymir” by Elmer Boyd Smith Thor and Loki in front of Skrymir (really Utgårda-Loki), Tjalfi and Röskva (Thors servants) turning away in fear. The story can be found in Gylfaginning in the Prose Edda

Njord – Natasa Ilincic

Njord – Natasa Ilincic

Nanna by Thorskegga

One of my paintings of the Heathen gods and goddesses. This is Nanna who appears in the Norse myths in two roles. Most famously in Iceland she is the wi.

A. Chase's Illustrations for Legends of the Norseland . Goddess Freyja in her chariot

Chase's Illustrations for Legends of the Norseland . Goddess Freyja in her chariot

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