The Norse God Family Tree<<Norse mythology is one of the trickiest to keep track of. Not as bad as Greek, though. (although Norse is harder to pronounce)
Trollrunor, lönnrunor or rungaldrar, runes used for magic purposes (haven't checked how correct the info is, there's a lot of modern hocus pocus mixed in many of the guides or chart you find. Know ginfaxi was used by glima wrestlers. Aegishjálmur is probably the best known, but sadly claimed by neo nazi groups today, kind of like the Thor's hammer was in the 90's.)
"Por ocasião dos grandes cataclismos cósmicos, em que um universo de aniquila para ceder lugar a outro, Yggdrasil permanece imóvel, de pé, invencível. Nem as chamas, nem os gelos, nem as trevas o abalam. Serve de refúgio aos que, tendo escapado do desastre, vão repovoar a terra. (Chevalier & Gheerbrant)
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Hodur is the blind Norse god of the wintry months that featured extensive darkness, as his brother Baldur was the god of the light-plenty, warmer- weather months. Hodur, who “learned to kill when he was one night old” is, of course, best remembered for being Loki’s dupe when he engineered the death of Baldur by Hodur’s hand, guiding the blind god’s aim when he hurled the surprisingly fatal projectile of mistletoe.
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