Viking Symbols, Norse Symbols, Asatru Symbols

Symbols of Viking and Norse, Baltic/Slavic, and modern pagan religions, plus some traditional folk symbols for good measure.

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Norse and Viking symbols (Asatru symbols):

Yggdrasil Triple horn svegvisir Nine worlds Helm of awe
Yggdrasil Odin’s Horn Valknut Vegvisir Nine Worlds Helm of Awe
Jormungander Mjolnir- Thor's hammer Runes Shield Knot Troll cross
Jormungandr Mjolnir Runes Shield Knot Troll Cross Solar Cross
Hugin and Munin Gungnir Spirit Ship Sleipnir Mjolnir- Thor's hammer Irminsul
Hugin & Munin Gungnir Spirit Ship Sleipnir Mjolnir Irminsul
Ormgudinna Nidstang Wolf's Cross Wolf's Cross
Web of Wyrd Ormgudinna Nidstang Sleipnir Einherjar Wolf’s Cross
Oseburg Triceps Julbock

 

Symbols of Baltic/Slavic religion & ethnicity

Romuva Ormgudinna Star of Auseklas sgediminas
Romuva Ormgudinna Auseklis Thunder Cross Gediminas Lithuania
 sborjgali  srece  skolovrath  skhachkar  Jumis
Tryzub Borjgali Rece boga kolovrat khachkar  Jumis

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Mark December 20, 2018 at 1:14 pm

Ok why am I as a Christian pulled towards this more than Christianity. I don’t understand, I love Odin but I also love Christ. But much rather follow Odin than Christ. Please someone help me out here. I need to learn more. I want to follow the Norse more that Christianity.

Carly December 27, 2018 at 8:17 pm

There are many Pagan Christians. You may be pulled closer to Odin for he is a much older God. I was raised as Lutheran but I studied both paths and I came to my own conclusions to live the religion my Celtic and Nordic ancestors did.
You should do proper studies. See what speaks to your soul. To love and follow Odin does not mean that the Christian God does not exist. It only means you have made a choice. To be Pagan means that you believe multiple Gods exist. Do with that what you will. But study first. If Jesus Christ is as forgiving as they say then I don’t think he will mind you testing your own faith for it will only mean more if you go back to him. But if you dont. If you find another path and new Gods then make sure that you are sure and sound of it. Only then will those Gods help you and accept in return.

Amy January 9, 2019 at 6:24 pm

Look into Asatru or the Odinists for more information there. As for why you are pulled to Christ as well, I suggest you look up the son of Odin, Baldur (god of light) Perhaps that will lend you some insight.

Alex Law January 28, 2019 at 6:28 pm

Christianity isn’t a European religion is why you are pulled more to Norse Gods. It’s in our genes to be pulled to the symbols of our ancestors.