Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Norse Mythology Tattoo

Love this. Ok so I want a Viking tat. My ancestors were Vikings and since they just discovered that the women were the fighters too a tat like this would be pretty tight. Maybe back of calves.

1.3k
293
2

Ever notice how much Celtic-inspired art there was in the interiors of almost all buildings in Origins? ... I like to think of the Ferelden culture as being inspired by both Celtic and Scandinavian elements ... In addition to the nations tribal roots...

130
21
1

norse mythology symbols valkyrie - Google zoeken

141
20

Scandinavian Mythology - Goddesses of the North Hel: A being who presides over a realm of the hell, where she receives a portion of the dead. By SFHD.

583
168
1
The complete Icelandic staves / Ásatrú symbol series.  Each artwork is representing an element. They are presented here in the following order : fire, earth, metal, water, wood and air. The symbols are accompanied by stanzas of the Hávamál or Völuspá, written in runes.   You can find the stanzas in English and the names of the symbols on each individual post here http://avaluk.tumblr.com/tagged/pagan

The complete Icelandic staves / Ásatrú symbol series. Each artwork is representing an element. They are presented here in the following order : fire, earth, metal, water, wood and air. The symbols are accompanied by stanzas of the Hávamál or Völuspá, written in runes. You can find the stanzas in English and the names of the symbols on each individual post here http://avaluk.tumblr.com/tagged/pagan

354
93
1

This would make a great tattoo.... Yggdrasil, the world ash tree... Odin, on his 8 legged horse Sleipnir... His ravens Hugin and Munin (Thought and Memory).

975
157
2

Wings of the Valkyrie Norse Valkyries, or Viking Warriors, believed that they consumed corpses of dead warriors after battle.

133
22
3

norse christmas quotes and words of wisdom - Google Search I've been searching for this forever

267
62

There's something so incredibly gorgeous about Norse mythology and Celtic culture. -->Yggdrasil. Norse tree of Life.

193
28