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Horse in norse mythology

Horses in Norse Mythology: Symbol of Wildness

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Horse in Norse mythology was not only the symbol of wildness but also the symbol of leadership. Odin had the horse named Sleipnir. Helhest was the horse of Hel Queen of the Deceased. And Gullifaxi was the name of Magni's Horse.

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Thor Odinson

Thor of Asgard: More than God of Thunderstorm

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In Norse myth, Odin fathered Thor God of thunderstorm. In modern time, no god in Norse mythology could rival Thor in terms of reputation. And the original Norse Thor was more than just a god of thunderstorm.

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Odin the Allfather

Odin Allfather: What Does "Allfather" Mean?

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Odin was the chief god of Asgard in Norse mythology. He was called the "Allfather". But what does "Allfather" of Odin's name actually mean?

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Tyr God of Justice and Honor in Norse mythology

God Tyr: How Tyr Sacrificed For the Good of His Clan?

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Tyr was among the most interesting gods in Norse mythology. Though his importance was lessened over time, the qualities he embodied remained a cool thing for anyone to read about. In Norse mythology, Tyr sacrificed one of his hand for the good of his clan.

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Odin the Allfather: Why Odin Was God of Inspiration?

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Odin the Allfather is seen as the most complicated figure in Norse mythology. But no one can deny the fact that the more complicated Odin was, the more interesting he became.

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