AbsoluteWave

the Great Mythos Of The Norse

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I'll start things off with the lovlely...~~~~~~~
 

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Share any other beings you're fond of and let's reconnect with the consciousness of the north.  Let's all learn and get inspired from one another.

@Kim @Wind @Stephanie Wintermute @Garnet  @Amit @Akurabis @Daz @CherieJ @Lilia @Bjork @Collide @Atom @GabijaCij

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4 minutes ago, AbsoluteWave said:

@Atom Awesome but how is this norse? ;p

Oh, it has to be Norse gods? :D I think all gods are related.

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1 minute ago, Garnet said:

As i am reading this, i am eating an apple. Lovely syncronisity ?

 

1 minute ago, Garnet said:

As i am reading this, i am eating an apple. Lovely syncronisity ?

Did you smell it?

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Heimdall wields the blade Hǫfuð (man's-head) and is the illuminator of the world. His station is at the edge of heaven, where he watches over the rainbow bridge bifrost which connects the spirit world to earth. It is also said that the sword is heimdall's sheathe, which in typical norse fashion, points to his dual role in the pantheon, as the one who brings distinction (illuminating) to the world, and the one who gifts the power of discernment. At the time of the great unveiling, he will blow the Gjallarhorn, signifying the event. He will do battle with Loki, god of myschief and seeming, and the result will be that they slay each other. 

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