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Huldresølv

Huldresølv

Huldresølv. Norsk tradisjon og nyskaping

Huldresølv. Norsk tradisjon og nyskaping

viking tattoos - Google Search

viking tattoos - Google Search

Norwegian bride wearing a traditional folk costume with a bridal crown. You will notice the bridal crown has small metal discs and beads hanging from it which produce a melodic tinkling and according to some legends this is supposed to ward off evil spirits from the bride.

Norwegian bride wearing a traditional folk costume with a bridal crown. You will notice the bridal crown has small metal discs and beads hanging from it which produce a melodic tinkling and according to some legends this is supposed to ward off evil spirits from the bride.

Gungnir Spydspiss i Drakekjede

Gungnir Spydspiss i Drakekjede

Oh Bellatrix why do I love you so? (buy me one of these for Christmas!) TYVM!

Raven Skull Necklace Aged Bronze Raven Skull Pendant Necklace Raven Skull Jewelry 094

Oh Bellatrix why do I love you so? (buy me one of these for Christmas!) TYVM!

Sweet Paul is shooting today at this beautiful house in the country outside of Oslo, Norway!

Sweet Paul is shooting today at this beautiful house in the country outside of Oslo, Norway!

Norwegian rosemal hope chest / Christmas Kjiste / A source of Pain -- when there is more than one child in the family to inherit it. So mystical to have in the home every day. Why was it cracked? Oh, Grandfather sat on it. :-) Even that, made it sweet.

Norwegian rosemal hope chest / Christmas Kjiste / A source of Pain -- when there is more than one child in the family to inherit it. So mystical to have in the home every day. Why was it cracked? Oh, Grandfather sat on it. :-) Even that, made it sweet.

Stunning Picz: Andøy, Norway

Stunning Picz: Andøy, Norway

The earliest literary records we have of Norse Pagan worship are from the Romanhistorian Tacitus, whose work  Germania  provides an ethnographic account of thelifestyle of German tribes on the edge of the Roman Empire in the first century. http://www.academia.edu/3539722/Houses_for_the_Holy_A_Reconstructionist_Debate_Among_Modern_Norse_Pagans

The earliest literary records we have of Norse Pagan worship are from the Romanhistorian Tacitus, whose work Germania provides an ethnographic account of thelifestyle of German tribes on the edge of the Roman Empire in the first century. http://www.academia.edu/3539722/Houses_for_the_Holy_A_Reconstructionist_Debate_Among_Modern_Norse_Pagans

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