ODIN, the Norse god of wisdom. war and magic, is called Allfather for he is indeed Father of the Gods and he played a central role in myths about the creation and destruction of the world. Odin, Odin, change the winds and turn the tides.The Vikings
The Norse pantheon is rich with gods, each of whom plays an important role. None, though, can boast such importance as the god depicted in this Norse God - Odin Statue, as Odin is the ruler of the Aesir and the Vanir pantheons.
Ægir (Old Norse "sea") is the god of the ocean & king of the sea creatures in Norse mythology. He often appears in art as a thin old man with clutching hands & long white hair resembling sea foam, although he is sometimes shown as a giant. The Norse, a seafaring people who knew the sea & its dangers, valued Aegir highly. Aegir & his wife carried a net with which they could trap seafarers & pull them down to their underwater kingdom. Drowned sailors were said to dine at Aegir's banquet hall.
The Norns (Old Norse: norn, plural: nornir) in Norse mythology are female beings who rule the destiny of gods and men, a kind of dísir comparable to the Fates in Greek mythology. the three most important norns, Urðr (Wyrd), Verðandi and Skuld come out fro
The Norse pantheon is rich with intriguing gods, each of whom plays an important role in Norse life and has a vital role to come at the end of the world. This Norse God - Heimdall Statue depicts a powerful Nordic god-warrior.