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Yggdrasill Study 2

Yggdrasill Study 2

Yggdrasil, the World Tree

Yggdrasil, the World Tree

For my mythology class: Yggdrasil - the world tree of the norse mythology (poetic Edda)

Fabulous Full Moon Photography To Keep You Fascinated - Bored Art

Fabulous Full Moon Photography To Keep You Fascinated

Yggdrasill Study 3 - Detail 3

Brian Andrews is a sculptor who works with wood, employing traditional techniques to explore contemporary cultural issues, including ideas of self and of man's place within the landscape.

Collection of tree activities for kids to go along with Earth Day, Arbor Day, or a tree theme.

Tree Activities for Kids

45 Playful Ways to Teach Young Kids About Trees.science investigations, literacy and math activities, book-related projects, and many terrific crafts and paintings for Earth Day and beyond.

The Gods, The World Tree and the Phases of The Moon...

Magic Mushrooms Stimulate Growth of New Brain Cells (Study)

norse mythology This helped so much while reading Kevin Hearne The Iron Driud series :)

Norse Mythology unit study

realmsofthemortalgods:    Yggdrasil and the Realms    A convenient guide to the way the Old Norse mapped out the universe. See: Norse and Germanic Mythology for more!

realmsofthemortalgods: “ Yggdrasil and the Realms ” A convenient guide to the way the Old Norse mapped out the universe. See: Norse and Germanic Mythology for more!

Pseudo-Lull, Alchemical Treatises, Alchemical diagram fol. 114v, c. 1474, (260 fols. 330 x 234 mm), Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale, BR 52 (111, 11, 27)

The Secret Sun: The Alchemical Romance of The Fifth Element - symbolism in pop culture / movies

Yggdrasill Study 3 - Detail 2

Yggdrasill Study 3 - Detail 2

Yggdresil is a gigantic tree, thought to connect all the nine worlds of Norse cosmology. It is often suggested to be an ash tree, an interpretation generally accepted in the modern Scandinavian mind.

An 1847 depiction of the Norse Yggdrasil as described in the Icelandic Prose Edda by Oluf Olufsen Bagge . Yggdrasil - Tree of life - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

"Nine is a significant number in Norse magical practice (there were, for example, nine realms of existence), thereby learning nine (later eighteen) magical songs and eighteen magical runes."

"Nine is a significant number in Norse magical practice (there were, for example, nine realms of existence), thereby learning nine (later eighteen) magical songs and eighteen magical runes.

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