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Raven T-shirt | Norse Nordic Viking Mythology Yggdrasil

Material: polyester fiber

Colors: white

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Positive: Yggdrasil, Raven
Back: Vegvísir/Viking Compass, runes

Yggdrasil:also known as the “World Tree” or “Universe Tree”, is an immense tree in Norse mythology. Its branches compose the world in Norse mythology. In Norse mythology, the lord god Odin’ spear Gungnir is also made of a branch from Yggdrasil. Odin once hung himself from a branch of this tree, pierced himself with his spear Gungnir, and then discovered the runes. Odin refers to this as “horse-riding”, which is also why the World Tree is named Yggdrasil. According to the legends, this skyscraping tree is a Chinese ash. This tree connects nine realms. From: World tree/Yggdrasil meaning in norse mythology

Viking Compass/Vegvísir:The vegvísir is composed of eight Viking runic staves. It is similar to the Helm of Awe/Aegishjàlmr, but there are some differences between them. The eight runic staves in vegvisir respectively stand for four cardinals (north, south, west and east) and four directions between mandrels (northwest, northeast, southwest and southeast). The eight directions and the central point (which stands for the Midgard) are the basic elements in the composition of vegvísir. FromVegvísir/Viking Compass Origin and Meaning

Raven:Raven plays an important role in Norse mythology, because crow is closely related to Odin. Raven is the holy bird around Odin. In Norse mythology, Huginn and Muninn are two ravens kept by Odin.The name Huggin means “idea” while Muninn means “memory’. Every morning they fly to the human world at dawn, and report back to Odin in the evening. They always rest at Odin’s shoulders and whisper to him. Therefore, Odin is also refered to as “the god of raven”. From:What does the raven symbolize meaning in norse mythology

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