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Norse Vikings, Proverbs, Ava, Idioms

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Norwegian Vikings, Norse Mythology, Proverbs, Idioms

don't trust A drawn bow the crackle of flame a gaping wolf a shrieking crow a grunting pig a rootless tree a rising wave a boiling kettle -Hávamál: Stanza 85

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Proverbs, Vikings, Idioms

Translation- A sick calf a strong willed thrall the promises of prophets a fresh corpse -Hávamál: Stanza 87 are not to be trusted

The Havamal Project: Day 29, verse 89 by samflegal

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Norse Mythology, Asatru, Saga, Occult, Goddesses, Spiritual, Vikings, Life, Tips, Spirituality, Fairies

The GWRAGEDD ANNWN [wives of the underworld]were lake-sirens in Wales. These lovely creatures are known to choose mortal men as their husbands. One legend has it that they live in a sunken city in one of the many lakes in Wales. People claim to have seen towers under water and heard the chiming of bells. In earlier times, there used to be a door in a rock and those who dared enter through it came into a beautiful garden situated on an island in the middle of a lake.

theogonic-symphonic-tragedy: “ Celtic Mythology The GWRAGEDD ANNWN [wives of the underworld]were lake-sirens in Wales. These lovely creatures are known to choose mortal men as their husbands. One legend has it that they live in a sunken city in one.

In Danish folklore, a helhest (Danish "Hel horse") is a three-legged horse associated with Hel. The Helhest is associated with death and illness.

In Danish folklore, a helhest (Danish "Hel horse") is a three-legged horse associated with Hel. The Helhest is associated with death and illness.

Valravn- Danish folklore: a supernatural raven with the ability that when it eats the heart of a dead person it can shapeshifting into that person. Once some valravn took the shape of a fallen king and led a whole kingdom astray.

The valravn is a creature with origins in Danish folklore. Valravne have many different appearances. Some take the form of a large, humanoid raven that can transform into a knight. Sometimes, they look like a half-raven, half-wolf creature.

Barghest (Celtic) - These creatures have a lot of names, Black Shuck, Padfoot, Kludde and twins (one black and one white) are known as Cadejo. Barghests spread terror and misfortune wherever they go, their bays induce fear into their enemies and their aura makes you so unfortunate that thoughts of suicide take over. Barghests are often used by Dullahan during their hunts, but many other evil warlords and even the Wild Hunt also use them often.

El Cadejo- South American folklore: a large black dog that smells of burning sulfur, with piercing red eyes and cloven hooves. It waited in dark alleys to pounce on potential prey. There are some in a white variety that was good and protected travelers.

Gytrash- English legend: a benevolent creature that haunts lonely roads awaiting lost travelers. It guides them to the right road. They can take the form of a horse or a mule, but usually of a black dog. Though they are helpful, they are still feared.

Gytrash- English legend: a benevolent creature that haunts lonely roads awaiting lost travelers. It guides them to the right road. They can take the form of a horse or a mule, but usually of a black dog. Though they are helpful, they are still feared.