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Fire Symbolism in Norse Myth: Death and Resurrection

Fire Symbolism in Norse Myth: Death and Resurrection

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The fire was among the first elements that formed the Nine Cosmos. Through the flow of Norse mythology, the fire appeared many times.

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Jormungand the Midgard Serpent

Circle Symbol in Norse Mythology

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The meaning of the circle symbol is endless as the way the round circle presents. It is infinite, having neither beginning nor end. Circle symbols also appear many times in Norse mythology. It presents the meaning of unity, wholeness, nonstop life circle, and nonstop power of humanity.

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Why People Didn't Want Baldur's Death?

Why People Didn’t Want Baldur’s Death To Happen in Norse Myth?

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Here are three reasons why people didn't want Baldur's death to happen in Norse mythology.

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Motherly love in Norse mythology

Motherly Love In Norse Mythology: Strong and Tender

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One kind of love in Norse mythology that might soften your heart is the mother's love. No matter what the origins were, god or giant, these women shared one thing in common - the unconditional love for their kids.

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How Thor and Jormungand became sworn enemies

Why Thor and Jormungandr Hated Each Other?

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The final battle in Ragnarok witnessed the fall of Thor and Jormungandr the sworn enemy of Thunder God. The pair actually harbored hatred toward each other long ago. Here are the reasons for this "bonding" of Thor and Jormungand.

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