BaviPower Viking Blog — Nine Worlds

Odin the Allfather in Norse mythology was among the most powerful figures. The reason why he was called the Allfather was that he fathered many great sons. Nearly all powerful gods up in Asgard were the sons of Odin: Thor, Baldur, Heimdall, etc.

Odin and Freya: They Were Remarkably Similar

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Odin the Allfather and Freya were among the most powerful figures in Norse mythology. They were the god and goddess of war and both of them shared many things in common as well.

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Freya Goddess of War in Norse mythology. She was the only one who could share the fallen warriors with Odin the Allfather. Half of them went to Folkvangr with Freya, half to Valhalla with Odin the Allfather.

Freya Goddess of War: Folkvangr, Cats, and Jewelry

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Freya had a land named Folkvangr which was the afterlife for the fallen warriors. She had a pair of cats to pulled her chariot and the cats also symbolised her characters. Freya also had a necklace that was considered to be the most beautiful necklace ever.

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Yggdrasil Tree of Life in Norse mythology

Yggdrasil Tree Had To Suffer the Pain None Could Tolerate

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Yggdrasil Tree of Life was the Great Tree that held Nine Worlds up its branches. It stood tall in the middle of the cosmos yet little do we know what pain the Tree had been suffering in Norse mythology.

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Vanaheim an obscure land in Norse mythology. It was the land of the Vanir gods. However, no one knew exactly the location of Vanaheim

Where was Vanaheim Land of Vanir Gods in Norse mythology?

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Vanaheim was the land of Vanir gods one of the two major god tribe in Norse mythology. While the location of the Aesir gods (Asgard) was located on the top branches of Yggdrasil, that of the Vanir gods (Vanaheim) remained a mystery.

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What Norse gods did to prevent Ragnarok in Norse mythology?

What Norse Gods Did To Prevent Ragnarok?

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Knowing your fate is never a good thing. In Norse mythology, the Norse gods knew their own fate right from the beginning. They tried many ways to prevent it yet somehow they became the major factors that promoted their demise to happen faster.

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