Viking Valknut solid Bronze Pendant Odinsknoten Asgard Midgard Utgard B07355VHX3

Viking Valknut solid Bronze Pendant Odinsknoten Asgard Midgard Utgard B07355VHX3
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Viking Valknut pendant This striking Valknut pendant with the motif of the Odinsknoten is a reproduction of historical models from the Viking era. Dimensions of the Valknut pendant 2,8 x 2,6 cm. The Valknut amulet is made of bronze . The triangular Valknut or Walnut can be found on Viking-time sculptures, especially on Gotland, either in connection with the war god Odin on his horse Sleipnir, or together with a warrior on a horse or over a human sacrifice. There was also an Odin's knot on the bed post of the Oseberg bed in the grave of Viking Queen Asa. The Valknut is also called Hrungnir's heart, for Edda says: "Hrungnir himself had a famous heart, which was made of hard stone and with three protruding corners, as has been known since the time of the well-known artistic scourge," Hrungnir's heart. " "Hrungnir was a giant who challenged Odin in a competition and was ultimately killed by Thor. In the three interwoven triangles of the Valknut or Walknut, also called Valknoten or Odinsknoten, symbolic connects the Trinity of past, present and future, which makes clear that these influence each other. The three triangles also stand in the Nordic mythology for the three worlds Asgard, Midgard, Utgard. The triangles of each triad are once for the gods Wotan Votann, Vili and Ve (the triad of creation), the three norns, as well as for Hel, Fenrir and Jörmundgandr (Triad of Destruction and New Beginning).

Viking Valknut solid Bronze Pendant Odinsknoten Asgard Midgard Utgard B07355VHX3

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Viking Valknut pendant This striking Valknut pendant with the motif of the Odinsknoten is a reproduction of historical models from the Viking era. Dimensions of the Valknut pendant 2,8 x 2,6 cm. The Valknut amulet is made of bronze . The triangular Valknut or Walnut can be found on Viking-time sculptures, especially on Gotland, either in connection with the war god Odin on his horse Sleipnir, or together with a warrior on a horse or over a human sacrifice. There was also an Odin's knot on the bed post of the Oseberg bed in the grave of Viking Queen Asa. The Valknut is also called Hrungnir's heart, for Edda says: "Hrungnir himself had a famous heart, which was made of hard stone and with three protruding corners, as has been known since the time of the well-known artistic scourge," Hrungnir's heart. " "Hrungnir was a giant who challenged Odin in a competition and was ultimately killed by Thor. In the three interwoven triangles of the Valknut or Walknut, also called Valknoten or Odinsknoten, symbolic connects the Trinity of past, present and future, which makes clear that these influence each other. The three triangles also stand in the Nordic mythology for the three worlds Asgard, Midgard, Utgard. The triangles of each triad are once for the gods Wotan Votann, Vili and Ve (the triad of creation), the three norns, as well as for Hel, Fenrir and Jörmundgandr (Triad of Destruction and New Beginning).

Viking Valknut solid Bronze Pendant Odinsknoten Asgard Midgard Utgard B07355VHX3

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