Lilja Valsdóttir

Lilja Valsdóttir

Lilja Valsdóttir
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Beware of my Krav Maga punch... #ShawnMobley

Funny pictures about Real superpowers. Oh, and cool pics about Real superpowers. Also, Real superpowers.

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Wild Hunt: In Norse myth, the great God Odin rode an eight-legged white horse named Sleipnir, a supernatural beast capable of leaping great distances. At the height of Yuletide—on the day after the Winter Solstice—Odin led a great #hunting #party across the sky, in celebration of the return of the Sun.

At the height of Yuletide—on the day after the winter solstice—Odin led a great hunting party across the sky in celebration of the return of the sun.

As the moon rises in the foothills of the Ukraine, misbehaving children are told stories of Dr. Nighty Night. They tell of a man who is very old but will not die. This man tapped into a sinister secret… that if one desires eternal life, it must be stolen from the very young.

As the moon rises in the foothills of the Ukraine, misbehaving children are told stories of Dr. This man tapped into a sinister secret… that if one desires eternal life, it must be stolen from the very young /// Thomas Kuebler sculptures

Nanna, the godess of faithfulness from Norse mythology. She was the most beautiful godess of all. Wife of Balder (god of light, love, happiness and beauty), mother of Forsete (god of justice).

NANNA - she is the ASYNJUR goddess of joy and peace. She is a wife of BALDR. NANNA is also the Norse goddess of the moon. She dies of a broken heart after BALDR is killed because of LOKI's treachery.

Sunna - - the Norse Goddess of the Sun. Norse mythology, the Sun is female while the Moon is male.

Sunna is the Norse Goddess of the Sun, also known as Sól, though some hold that Sól is the mother and Sunna Her daughter. In Norse mythology, the Sun is female while the Moon is male.

In the Volsung saga, Odin thrusts his sword into a tree & says that whoever is able to pull it out, shall keep it.

In the hall of Volsung, Odin thrusting a sword into Branstock Alan Lee, illustration, 1984