Runecircle Design

Runecircle Design

Freelance illustrator, designer and digital artist interested in norse/scandinavian culture, mythology and heathenism. INFO & COMMISSIONS AT: www.facebook.com/r
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Thor vs. Jörmungandr

Thor vs. Jörmungandr

Gathering at Odin’s Tree by Mateusz Katzig

Gathering at Odin’s Tree by Mateusz Katzig

Odin by Righon.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Odin by Righon.deviantart.com on @deviantART

thedeerandtheoak: Brynhild bönfaller Oden by F. L. Spence

thedeerandtheoak: Brynhild bönfaller Oden by F. L. Spence

IDUNN - she is the ASYNJUR goddess of youth, wife of BRAGI, god of poetry. She guards the golden apples. These apples are eaten by the Norse gods to let them live until RAGNAROK, the battle of the end of the world.

IDUNN - she is the ASYNJUR goddess of youth, wife of BRAGI, god of poetry. She guards the golden apples. These apples are eaten by the Norse gods to let them live until RAGNAROK, the battle of the end of the world.

loki norse god of fire - Google Search

loki norse god of fire - Google Search

Fenrir (pronounced “FIN-reer;” Old Norse Fenrir, “He Who Dwells in the Marshes”[1]) is the most infamous of the many wolves in Norse mythology. His importance for the pre-Christian Scandinavians is demonstrated by his being depicted on numerous surviving runestones, not to mention his ubiquity in Old Norse literary sources. He’s the son of the god … Continue reading Fenrir →

Fenrir (pronounced “FIN-reer;” Old Norse Fenrir, “He Who Dwells in the Marshes”[1]) is the most infamous of the many wolves in Norse mythology. His importance for the pre-Christian Scandinavians is demonstrated by his being depicted on numerous surviving runestones, not to mention his ubiquity in Old Norse literary sources. He’s the son of the god … Continue reading Fenrir →

Hedendom  Loki sits atop Fenrisúlfr. The Old Norse text as follows:  "The ship sails out from the East, at it’s helm Loki, With the children of Muspell, Offspring of monsters, allies of the wolf, All who follow the brother of Byleistr.”

Hedendom Loki sits atop Fenrisúlfr. The Old Norse text as follows: "The ship sails out from the East, at it’s helm Loki, With the children of Muspell, Offspring of monsters, allies of the wolf, All who follow the brother of Byleistr.”

Odin by Hellanim

Odin by Hellanim

Happy Wednesday!!! And NOW.... Odin and RAVENS.... In Norse mythology, Huginn (Old Norse: "thought") and Muninn (Old Norse: "memory") are a pair of RAVENS that fly all over Midgard and bring information to Odin. They are mentioned in both the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda as well as other sources. RAVENS, btw are typically found in pairs (crows typically in flocks). And, oh yeah, RAVENS....

Happy Wednesday!!! And NOW.... Odin and RAVENS.... In Norse mythology, Huginn (Old Norse: "thought") and Muninn (Old Norse: "memory") are a pair of RAVENS that fly all over Midgard and bring information to Odin. They are mentioned in both the Poetic Edda and the Prose Edda as well as other sources. RAVENS, btw are typically found in pairs (crows typically in flocks). And, oh yeah, RAVENS....