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Norse mythology

check it out juan! The Serpent Jörmungandr No, it's not the Ouroboros. Yes, it is the ancient symbol of a snake swallowing its own tail. This is from Norse mythology. Jörmungandr is one of the three monster children.

Valknut Button. The Valknut is an ancient Norse symbol. It is often called Hrungnir's Heart, after the legendary giant of the Edaas. It is also know as the knot of the calin, and it has been found on stone carvings with funerary motifs, possibly a symbol of the afterlife. The nine points are suggestive of the nine worlds and the nine fates of Norse mythology.

The Valknut is an ancient Norse symbol.The nine points are suggestive of the nine worlds and the nine fates of Norse mythology. I love the way the symbol flows, and represents something greater with its form.

Celticjackalope.com Asatru Norse Valknut T-Shirt with Raven Supporters

Our new Asatru-Norse Valknut Raven T-Shirt is the perfect pagan t-shirt for that viking in your life! This symbolic shirt also includes dual ravens, whi.

Raven Rune tattoo by theDeathspell.deviantart.com on @deviantART "this is not an open source design"

my tattoo design for 's OC Mina -------------- DO NOT STEAL! this is not an open source design, it was made for a specific person (albeit ficitional but.

Two Wolves Sigil  (outline) by Tattoo-Design

Two wolves sigil commissioned by M. Celtic serpent/Ouroboros, two wolves, moon, tree of life and illuminated letters (L&F). Two Wolves Sigil (outline)

"This is my second tattoo. The snake represents an ouroborus which is basically a concept of eternal reoccurance and the tree is supposed to symbolise a tree of life which means ever-growing and ever-learning in life. Its a concept which I want to remember for the rest of my life.Love his work. If any of you guys are ever in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Telwin from Bloody Ink Tattoo is your guy. World famous Kinki Ryusaki is also there. Cheers."

snake represents an ouroborus which is basically a concept of eternal reoccurance and the tree is supposed to symbolise a tree of life which means ever-growing and ever-learning in life. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Telwin from Bloody Ink Tattoo