Oh my gosh what can i say about this group of artists. They’re truly my sisters from another mister. You should read our group chats...especially when we’re trying to get a collaboration published. So check it out. #norsemythology #norse #godsandgoddesses #freyja #odin #valhalla #midgard
Muse Me proudly presents our Norse Mythology collaboration. Can you guess which description matches the mythological god, goddess or creature below?
-is the Goddess of greed.It is said that she was speared, burnt three times & yet thrice reborn. She was a sorceress & seerest who had a great lust for anything gold.
2. Natalia- #Hela
or Hel: the Norse Goddess of Death who rules over the Underworld.
3. Cara-Odin’s birds, Huginn and Munnin, are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, and report back to him all that is happening in Midgard.
4. Faelynn-Urd, Verdandi and Skuld the Norns of what was, what is and what is to come sitting in the well of Urd or destiny. They pour sand threading it into the roots of Yggdrasil, the tree of life and home to the 9 realms in order to shape destiny
5. Manuela-Freyja- Norse goddess of love, daughter of Njord and his sister (yikes!) loves all things fine, gold and jewelry and uses her beauty to get those pretty things, she has the ability to cry tears made of real amber.
6. Jennifer-In the beginning of time, when the cosmos were being created, so too was Sol, Norse goddess of the sun.
7. Christy- #Ratatoskr
(Ratr) is a squirrel who carries messages along Yggdrasil, the tree of life. From the top of the tree to the the tree’s roots.
8. Stephanie- Skadi, the Norse winter goddess. She is a giantess, also known as the Snow Shoe Goddess. She is the embodiment of Winter. Call upon her when you need help moving from the dark into the light.
9. Morgan-Bragi is the wise and learned bard of Valhalla. He regales the dead who dwell in Valhalla, and welcomes recently deceased heroes into their midst.
10. Jade-Gods and Goddesses had several different ways of getting around in Norse mythology. Their chariots were pulled by goats, but Freyja, the goddess of love and fertility preferred her cats. #meow