Christian Herrström

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Ulfhednar  An interesting depiction of Norse myth. Such skin-changers are now called Werewulf, or loup garou, In ancient times it was respected as a warrior--not a monster.  Their ferocity in battle was much admired.  Even in the Middle Ages, when such sorcery was condemned as witchcraft, one accused werewolf asserted that, far from consorting with the Devil, he was "God's Dog."  For more on the subject, see chapter 15, Dixie Spirits:  http://www.sourcebooks.com/store/dixie-spirits.html

christoph-liebe: “ The Viking Berserker’s The well known Viking berserker warriors were the most feared off all, believed to used herbal type drugs such as anmirifta to enhance their mood for battle,.

By Periklis Deligiannis Dragonhead on the prow of a Viking longship. . The historical districts of Scandinavia. The following probable tribal districts are noted among others: Uppland (political c…

The Vikings were not the first people to build ships but they did build the best ships anyone had made up to that time. Viking ships often had Dragons heads mounted on the bow to scare off sea monsters.

My kinda shipyard

doesn't really look like a dragon to me. It is a terrifying image though so I can see why the Vikings included images of dragons on the front of their ships. It was a way to intimidate their opponents.

Odins hest Sleipner. født av Loke og faren er Svadilfare

Odins hest Sleipner. født av Loke og faren er Svadilfare

Bilderesultat for Svadilfare

Bilderesultat for Svadilfare

"Si j'avance, suivez-moi ; si je meurs, vengez-moi ; si je recule, tuez-moi." Henri de La Rochejaquelein, 1793.

"Si j'avance, suivez-moi ; si je meurs, vengez-moi ; si je recule, tuez-moi." Henri de La Rochejaquelein, 1793.