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"Vølva" (Seeress) by Anker Eli Petersen

A depiction of a Völva on a Faroese stamp by Anker Eli Petersen A vǫlva or völva is a shamanic seeress in Norse paganism, and a recurring motif in Norse mythology.

Classic Illustrations from Norse Mythology. The Creation.

The Faroe Islands released a stamp set in 2003 themed after the Völuspá and designed by Anker Eli Petersen. Here are the complete set (from top left): The Völva The Creation The First Humans The Norns.

Creation of Ask and Embla, on a Faroese stamp

The Faroe Islands released a stamp set in 2003 themed after the Völuspá and designed by Anker Eli Petersen. Here are the complete set (from top left): The Völva The Creation The First Humans The Norns.

Odin battling Fenrir - by Arthur Rackham                                                                                                                                                      More

Odin and Fenrir . Fenrir is the father of wolves and a son of Loki in Norse mythology. He was foretold to kill Odin during Ragnarök, and in turn be killed by Odin's son Víðarr. He was also said to have bitten off the right hand of the god Týr.

The latest adventure of my spunky Dwarven Valkyrie is online at Amazon.

The latest adventure of my spunky Dwarven Valkyrie is online at Amazon.

I like the part of this prayer that goes, "In the meantime, let me feel excitement and poetry and fury and joy ..." that's some good praying, right there, whatever you call your God.

Poem about Odin, the King of the Gods. To the Vikings Odin was the greatest of all of their Gods. The Saxon's were Christian and considered the Vikings Pagans for believing in Gods like Odin.

Women and Medicine in the Middle Ages & Renaissance

Women and Medicine in the Middle Ages & Renaissance. Childbirth: Woodcut from Der Swangern Frawen und he bammen roszgarten, by Eucharius Rösslin, (Arons,

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Dwarf - Jason A. Saldajeno by Pernastudios There are a lot more Dwarves in Valda Goes Through Hel since she spends more time in the Dwarf city of Jordenheim. This artwork maeks me think of the city guards that she encounters there.

Nanna (déesse) — Wikipédia

Nanna (déesse) — Wikipédia

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