The Helm of Awe symbol is based on a cross structure, from the central point there stretches trident-shaped arms. The Helm of Awe usually has eight, six or four arms. In eight-arm version, the arms point to the “ættir” of sky and ground; in six-arm design, the arms stand for the four main directions and a vertical axis; and in the four-arm one, the arms refers to the main directions of the secular universe. However, there could be Helm of Awe designs with more arms. Similar to the most ancient symbols of power, the design of Helm of Awe is not immutable; its lines could be curve or straight.
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”.
- Unique handmade ring
- Made-to-order (you’ll get the ring which is made individually with your size)
- Branded box
- Worldwide shipping + Tracking number
- Careful packaging
- Metal: 925 silver, sterling silver
- Weight: approx. 12 – 14 g
- The weight of the ring depends on its size
- Can be made in any size you need (7 1/2 US, 11 1/4 US etc.)