Viking symbols A5
Order fake tattoos of 6 well-known Viking symbols. Fun for the Viking party or to try out a potential tattoo.
Below, we describe its meaning.
The Valknut, known by various names such as Odin’s Knot, Hrungnir’s Heart, the Knot of the Slain Warrior, and the Heart of Vala, is undeniably one of the most prominent and beloved Viking symbols. It holds deep significance as a symbol associated with Odin, the mighty Norse deity.
Yggdrasil, the Tree of Life, holds great significance as both a prominent Viking symbol and an essential element of Norse faith. According to Norse mythology, Yggdrasil is the majestic tree that serves as a cosmic connection between the nine worlds, including Asgard, Midgard, Muspelheim, Jotunheim, Vanaheim, Niflheim, Alfheim, Svartalfheim, and Helheim.
Aegishjalmr, also known as the Helm of Awe and terror, is another Viking symbol that represents protection. It is a rune stave formed by combining the Old Norse words “aegis,” meaning shield, and “hjalmr,” meaning helm.
The Viking Compass, also known as the Runic Compass or Vegvisir, is often associated with Aegishjalmr due to their resemblance. It is a Viking symbol consisting of interlocking rune staves and is associated with guidance.
The Triple Horn of Odin, known as the Horn Triskelion, is a Viking symbol representing the three horns in the myth of Odin’s pursuit of the magical mead, Odhroerir/Óðrerir, also known as the Mead of Poetry.
Mjölnir, Thor’s Hammer, holds immense significance and is considered one of the most important Viking symbols/Norse symbols. It symbolizes strength and protection, and its role in Norse mythology is highly revered.
Order fake tattoos of six well-known Viking symbols
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Number of tattoos: 6
Size: 7 cm