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Norse Great Father, carries two ravens upon his shoulder to tell him of mans destiny, All Father, Giver of written language (runes). Originally a god of death, whose range later came to encompass magic (especially runic magic), battle (giving victory by...
Deities & Heros >> Nordic & Germanic
How Odin Became Santa Claus: Symbolism and Pagan Origins of a Gift-Giving Saint
The story begins in the northern regions of Europe where the supreme god Odin, also known as Wodan among the German tribes, reigned. (He still lives among us in Wednesday, which is Wodan’s day). Odin/Wodan was the god of wisdom, magick and occult knowledge,...
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Religions >> Christianity & Paganism
Welcome to Tyr’s Aett, the third and final aett (group of eight) of the Elder Futhark. Tiwaz is the name of this aett’s first rune in reconstructed Common Germanic. Its name became first Teiws in Gothic, then later Tiw or Tiu in Anglo-Saxon and Tyr in Old...
Divination >> Rune Stones
This month's rune, Kenaz, is the sixth rune of the first aett of the Elder Futhark. Thus, we are now one-quarter of the way through our journey into the runes! The phonetic value of Kenaz is the hard "k" sound. One basic meaning of "Kenaz"...
Divination >> Rune Stones
Today we'll consider Gebo, the seventh rune in the first aett. We're now almost a third of the way through the futhark! An alternative Common Germanic name for this rune is Gybu. Derivations of both names show up in later Germanic languages, such as Gothic (Gi...
Divination >> Rune Stones
Ansuz, the "A" rune, is the fourth rune in the first aett of the Elder Futhark. The Proto-Germanic word "Ansuz" means a "God", that is, the Gods and Goddesses of the Aesir and Vanir. This rune is particularly connected to Odin....
Divination >> Rune Stones

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Odin is a god of many things
with life as the payment. This is why the symbol of Odin is the Valknut, the "Knot of the. Slain," which his devotees wear.
Freyja's Cats: Perspectives on Recent Viking Age Finds in
Uppsala and Odin's sacrifice on Yggdrasil. B.
Ynglinga Saga Snorri Sturluson ==Of the - Odin Brotherhood
In that city was a chief called Odin, and it was a great place for sacrifice.
THE CHILDREN OF ODIN The Book of Northern Myths
before the dawn of history. Here are the matchless tales of All-Father.
Norse Mythology: Legends of Gods and Heroes

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In order to get wisdom, Odin sacrifices one of his eyes. Yggdrasil draws him inside itself and he is imbued with knowledge and power. Also: prophesy.

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Odin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Rúnatal, a section of the Hávamál, Odin is attributed with discovering the runes .
Human sacrifice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
File:The Sacrifice of Odin by Frølich.jpg - Wikipedia, the free
Odin, All Father
Odin paid with one eye for a single drink of the enchanted water. His mouthful granted him wisdom and fore-sight.
Search for Wisdom
And since it was he who wanted to learn the runes, a sacrifice was needed. Odin paid the sacrifice himself.

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