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Odin - Northern God information page 2

Odin - Northern God information page 2

Days of the week- fascinating! I knew about Thursday, Tuesday, and Friday but not the others- it explains a lot with the French names of the days of the week (lundi/mon, mardi/tues, mercredi/wednes, jeudi/thurs, vendredi/fri, samedi/sat, dimanche/sun)

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Days of the week- fascinating! I knew about Thursday, Tuesday, and Friday but not the others- it explains a lot with the French names of the days of the week (lundi/mon, mardi/tues, mercredi/wednes, jeudi/thurs, vendredi/fri, samedi/sat, dimanche/sun)

Sunna s (Sol) is the Sun personified in Norse mythology.  She is described as the sister of the personified moon, Manni, the daughter of Mundilfari and is foretold to be killed by a monstrous wolf during the events of Ragnarok.  She was a human who rose to the rank of Goddess due to the Gods.  Sunna has blonde hair with golden curls that looked like rays of sunshine. Sunna like the ‘sun’ was always kind and generous to her people brining light wherever she went.

Sunna s (Sol) is the Sun personified in Norse mythology. She is described as the sister of the personified moon, Manni, the daughter of Mundilfari and is foretold to be killed by a monstrous wolf during the events of Ragnarok. She was a human who rose to the rank of Goddess due to the Gods. Sunna has blonde hair with golden curls that looked like rays of sunshine. Sunna like the ‘sun’ was always kind and generous to her people brining light wherever she went.

~J   You may never have heard of JESUS.....But you will kneel beform HIM...

~J You may never have heard of JESUS.....But you will kneel beform HIM...

Tyr, Norse god of battle, who sacrificed his right hand that Odin might bind the chaos wolf Fenrir. For this selfless act, he was known among the Northmen as "The Wolf's Leavings", and regarded as the paragon of warrior courage and virtue. We still honor him once a week with "Tyrsdag" - known to us now as Tuesday.

Tyr, Norse god of battle, who sacrificed his right hand that Odin might bind the chaos wolf Fenrir. For this selfless act, he was known among the Northmen as "The Wolf's Leavings", and regarded as the paragon of warrior courage and virtue. We still honor him once a week with "Tyrsdag" - known to us now as Tuesday.

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