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Higolot™ Odin Thor Tyr Ulfhednar norse pagan

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Higolot™ Odin Thor Tyr Ulfhednar norse pagan
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Odin norse agnostic Odin bronze Norse statue
The one-eyed man with a spear-visualization of the Absolute God of the North-Odin. He wanders through the apple and gathers his warriors for Ragnarok. A absolute allowance for lovers of viking culture, the aphotic ages and the old gods

In Germanic mythology, Thor is a hammer-wielding god associated with thunder, lightning, storms, oak trees, strength, the aegis of mankind, and additionally hallowing and fertility.
Thor is a acutely mentioned god throughout the recorded history of the Germanic peoples, from the Roman activity of regions of Germania, to the affiliated expansions of the Clearing Period, to his aerial acceptance during the Viking Age, when, in the face of the action of the Christianization of Scandinavia, emblems of his hammer, Mj?lnir, were beat and Norse agnostic claimed names absolute the name of the god buck attestant to his popularity.

The Ulfhedinn is a allegorical Viking warrior. Bisected Animal bisected wolf with baffled abilities and abilities

The wood statue of Ulfhedinn image 1

Tyr was the Norse god of war and bloodshed, additionally acclaimed as a bringer of adjustment and justice. He was best accepted for sacrificing his arm to Fenrir so that the gods could allurement the behemothic wolf.

? Size: 3.9 Inches/10 cm
? safe for accouchement and animals
? Can be acclimated for your altar

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