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Asgard Stronghold of Aesir gods

Who Were Aesir Gods in Norse Mythology?

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In Norse mythology, there were two major god tribes: the Vanir and the Aesir gods. However, the dominant one was still the Aesir who lived up in Asgard stronghold on the top branch of Yggdrasil. But who actually were the Aesir gods?

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Ragnarok was looming on the horizon. Odin was calling for his army to support Norse gods. Loki was to take revenge on Norse gods. Everything was in chaos.

Four Signs That Said Ragnarok Was Looming Large in Norse Myth

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The end of Norse gods' glory was marked with Ragnarok the Doom of Gods. Four signs happened to the cosmos before Ragnarok happened. The death of Baldur Asgard's prince, the Fimbulwinter, the disappearance of the Sun and the Moon, and the shake of Yggdrasil Tree of Life.

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Types of Wife in Norse mythology that every man desires

Types of Wife in Norse Mythology That Every Man Wants

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Four types of wife that every man desires are mentioned in this blog post. This is based on the characters and stories of female figures in Norse mythology.

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Mysterious man in Norse mythology. Odr was his name. He was the one who won the heart of Freya.

Odr: Who Won the Heart of Freya and Mysteriously Disappeared

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Odr was the name of a mysterious man in Norse mythology. He was the only one who won the heart of Freya Goddess of War. But the couple finally broke up. As a result, Freya travelled Nine Worlds to find her husband back although in vain.

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Var was the Keeper of Promise in Norse mythology. She was evoked to witness the promise among people. Anyone who broke their words would be punished

Vár: The Norse Keeper of Vow that Punished Oath Breakers

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Vár was the name of a Norse character that was associated with vows and pledges. She appeared to be the witness of vows of the men. She had the ability to punish those broke their oath because they disrespected their vows which meant they disrespected Var.

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