Tag: Vikings

Petroglyphs III

Heiðrún, the goat on the hall that stands, eateth off Læráth’s limbs; the crocks she fills with clearest mead, will that drink not e’er be drained. – Grímnismál 25 –

La Chair et le Sang

Steven: What are you doing in this filthy place? Are you looking for something? Agnes: I read a book in the convent library, about love and black magic. There was a passage I found fascinating. Steven: What was it about? Agnes: A magic root. Mandrake. It grows in a place like this. If a man […]

The Ynglinga Saga

For men of consequence a mound should be raised to their memory, and for all other warriors who had been distinguished for manhood a standing stone, a custom that remained long after Odin’s time. – Ynglinga saga –


Hidden Runes shalt thou seek and interpreted signs, Many symbols of might and power, By the great Singer painted, by the high Powers fashioned, Graved by the Utterer of gods. – Håvamål – Odin’s Quest, extract – The Norsemen believed the runes were created by the Gods and given to men through Odin. Odin’s Quest […]

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