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Saga is a student of the Universe, her name means "seeress" in Scandinavian, and it is also connected to the word "story" in Nordic.  She is...

Saga is a student of the Universe, her name means "seeress" in Scandinavian, and it is also connected to the word "story" in Nordic. She is...

Jörð (pronounced YORTH) is the Norse Goddess of the earth. She is one of Odin’s concubines and mother of the God Thor. As Goddess of the earth, she is the one who gave the apple tree of immortality to Idun to guard. Her name, which means “earth,” is also seen as Iord, Jord, or Jorth, and other names for her include Hlódyn (“hearth”) and Fjörgyn (“land”).

Jörð (pronounced YORTH) is the Norse Goddess of the earth. She is one of Odin’s concubines and mother of the God Thor. As Goddess of the earth, she is the one who gave the apple tree of immortality to Idun to guard. Her name, which means “earth,” is also seen as Iord, Jord, or Jorth, and other names for her include Hlódyn (“hearth”) and Fjörgyn (“land”).

"Sleipnir is the 8 legged steed that carries Odin, is the child of Loki and Svaðilfari, is described as the best of all horses, and is sometimes ridden to the location of Hel. The Prose Edda contains...

"Sleipnir is the 8 legged steed that carries Odin, is the child of Loki and Svaðilfari, is described as the best of all horses, and is sometimes ridden to the location of Hel. The Prose Edda contains...

Frigg, enthroned and facing the spear-wielding goddess Gná, is flanked by two goddesses. One of whom, Fulla, carries her eski, a wooden box. Illustrated (1882) by Carl Emil Doepler.

Frigg, enthroned and facing the spear-wielding goddess Gná, is flanked by two goddesses. One of whom, Fulla, carries her eski, a wooden box. Illustrated (1882) by Carl Emil Doepler.

Hela (or Hel), the Norse goddess of Death, embraces with her deathly wisps the souls of the Asgardian warriors. Inspired by the works of the French painter Delacroix.

Hela (or Hel), the Norse goddess of Death, embraces with her deathly wisps the souls of the Asgardian warriors. Inspired by the works of the French painter Delacroix.

"Frigga" (1832) from Die Helden und Götter des Nordens, oder Das Buch der sagen. From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frigg

"Frigga" (1832) from Die Helden und Götter des Nordens, oder Das Buch der sagen. From Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frigg

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