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Divine Numbers in Norse myth (Part 1 of 2)

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Numbers played a very important role in Norse mythology. They were not as clear as words telling the stories. They were not so vague as the Norse symbols. They remained in the status of both clarity and obscurity. The most mysterious numbers in Norse myth were number Three and number Nine.

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Viking Valknut Symbol

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Viking Valknut has become one of the most sacred symbols because of its direct connection with Odin the Allfather. Valknut was the symbol of death and Odin's welcoming the fallen to the Valhalla Hall of the Fallen. By far, Valknut has become a wonderful idea for a tattoo.

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Viking Rune Tattoo

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Viking rune was the most important and sacred way of communication between ordinary human and Norse pantheon. As runes stood the test of time, making it to the modern age, they have become favorite symbols for tattoo inspiration.

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Norse Queen of the Dead

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The land of the dead in Norse mythology was known as Helheim. It was the place for those who died in an unhonorable way. The queen of Helheim was Hel the Queen.

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The Most Talented Craftsman in Norse Myth

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Behind the power of many mighty weapons in Norse mythology was the most talented craftsmen who decided to live their life silently. Such talented craftsmen created many mighty weapons for Norse pantheon.

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