A Viking penny with an image of Thor’s hammer with a “Hand of God” Made in 920 at the mint of Regnald, the Viking king at York at the British Museum hip hop instrumentals updated daily => http://www.beatzbylekz.ca
Galdrastafir. These are very ancient pagan symbols used by the vikings, mostly in battle on on their ships. In ancient times they would be drawn using blood. The vikings were fearless warriors. To help you in your magical workings and spell casting, carve the symbol you need into a candle, draw it on paper, paint it on your walls but do keep them in a place were you will see the symbol often in order for it to be most effective, they also make very popular tattoos.
Rock crystal pendant after originals from Gotland (the Vikings), 10–12th century. Handmade, rock crystal and silver work—no casting. D: about 27–29 mm. L: about 50–55 mm
Gripping Beast Pendant of the Vikings, by PeraPeris.
Viking Axe Pendant Necklace (32 Inches). This little Viking axe head is completely 3D and measures 1-1/4" long. It is cast in solid bronze and is perfectly proportioned with the chain passing through the eye hole in axe. Unadorned, it relies entirely on its traditional profile to instill the Viking within.
Ragnar Lodbrok or Lothbrok was a legendary Norse ruler and hero from the Viking Age described in Old Norse poetry and sagas. All sources agree that Ragnar died in England. According to a Scandinavian saga he was captured by King Ella of Northumbria, and cast into a snake pit to die. Ragnar had four sons, and as he lay among the venomous reptiles he uttered a potent threat: “The little pigs would grunt now if they knew how it fares with the old boar.” His sons bloodily avenged him by…