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The Vikings believed that their alphabet, the runes, could do more than just describe the world. They believed that they also had the power, when used correctly, to shape the world. This is why the Norns wrote the fates of men by carving runes onto the bark of the tree Yggdrasil. This particular runic script is a shorthand prayer to Odin.
Vegvisir, the Viking Compass, is first recorded in the Huld Manuscript, compiled by Geir Vigfusson in the 19th century. It depicts the Vegvisir symbol, which means “that which shows the way”, combining “vegur” which means way, with “visir”, which means pointer.
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It’s believed that the Triskele is around since the Neolithic times, which is roughly 3,200 years BC! The Triskelion was found carved into Newgrange (circa 3200BC) in County Meath. A tomb that’s older than Stonehenge and the pyramids of Egypt. This ring also features the valknut on the side: the valknut has been found in artwork related to Odin, and has sometimes been called one of Odin’s symbols.
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The nine points of the triangle have been associated with the nine worlds of Norse mythology, and the three interconnected triangles have been said to reflect the connection between Earth, Heaven and Hell. The symbol has also been associated with ecstatic Seidr magic, of which Odin was a master.