Valknut was the symbol of Odin the Allfather. Three interlocking triangles pointing upward, symbol Valknut possessed within itself the mystery just like Odin. We often caught sight of Valknut symbol in Viking battles. It presented Odin welcoming the fallen Viking warriors into his palace of Valhalla where they would dwell with Odin. This symbol appeared on many runestones and memorial stones that dated back to the Viking Age.
👑🕵Norse Eagle: Symbol of Leadership and Vision🕵👑 🕊 The most famous eagle in Norse mythology was Veðrfölnir. In some accounts, Vedrfolnir wasn't an eagle. 🕊 He was a hawk standing between the eyes of the eagle. Vedrfolnir lived on the top branch of Yggdrasil Tree of Life flying above and observing everything above with a great sense of pride.
Other famous wolves that came from Norse mythology were Hati and Skoll. This pair of wolves was the children of Loki. In Old Norse, Hati meant "The One Who Hates" while Skoll meant "The One Who Mocks". The most famous story revolved around them was their chasing after the Sun and the Moon.
Commonly, Odin is depicted on his High Throne with a pair of ravens perching on his shoulders and a pair of wolves under his feet. Thereby, the famous and constant animal companions of Odin were the ravens and wolves. Odin, however, was in possession of another mighty animal, whose name was Sleipnir, an eight-legged horse.
Vegvísir Vegvísir (pronounced VEEG-vee-seer) was a famous Viking symbol for its power and outstanding design. The word Vegvísir meant “That Which Shows The Way”, for short it would be the “Pathfinder” or “Signpost”. The design of Vegvísir somehow resembled the compass; thereby, Vegvísir was also known as the Viking Compass.
Triple Horn The symbol of Triple Horn consisted of three interlocked drinking horns. This symbol was believed to recall the Norse tradition of toasting in the horns. There was other interpretation that Triple Horn represented the God’s quest for Mead of Poetry, a special mead brewed from the blood of the wisest Norse being Kvasir.
The Viking howling wolf symbol now is not merely the madness. Rather, we should view it as the determination which is positive. It presents not only a heart full of energy to encounter adversities but also the mind of plans and bravery to take any challenge that life throws at that person.