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What Does the Norse Religion Believe?

The Nordic religion was the primary belief system in Scandanavian and Germanic countries before the spread of Christianity. We know about this faith due to oral histories, written accounts, artwork, and archaeological excavations. The Norse religion thrives today. As with many modern pagan religion

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"Nine Noble Virtues VERSION 2!" Canvas Print for Sale by Lara Freeborn

Art just feels more arty when it's on canvas Custom hand-stretched for your order Vibrant colors on gallery-grade canvas Printed image wraps approximately 1/4 inch (6mm) over the edges; the sides are white Hanging hardware included for both portrait and landscape orientations

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A List Of Rune Meanings — Two Wander x Elysium Rituals

Rune stones are an ancient Norse method of divination. By use of the Elder Futhark alphabet developed in the 4th century, these powerful little nuggets of wisdom were used to predict the future, as sigils of protection, luck, and more. Read on to find out what are the rune meanings and how to use th

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How to make a bindrune

How to make a bindrune Bindrunes can be used for anything in life you're looking to receive help with. Saving money, protecting your home, finding love or a new job. Whatever intent you have, a bindrune can exist for it. The materials you use will vary depending on how long you need the bindrune. For a one time ritual you can use paper or wood. For an extended use you can use wood, antler, clay or leather. For more permanent use, metal, rock or a tattoo. There's many other materials you can…

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