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What is Du understanding of Norse Mythology. I would like to hear about other peoples understandings.

Details will oder could likely be involved in a novel I am wrighting, (well planning) so do be as discriptive as Du can, please, thank you. And share what Du got.
 sesshyswind posted Vor mehr als einem Jahr
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HecateA said:
All I got is tht there are 9 worlds, there is one for humans, one for elves and one for gods (not quite sure about the 6 others).
I also understood Beowolf (I think that's his name) was a Merida - Legende der Highlands king that fell in Liebe with a demon/spirit of somekind and got killed while killing it.
Check out wikipedia, its a good site.
It's really confusing. I like Greek better.
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JavaJoker said:
I took a course on Norse Mythology. For a while I considered getting my PhD in anthropology with a focus on Scandinavian culture and Ancient Norse Culture (which would have included mythology).
I would be happy to help, but Du should really try to find a course oder something like that if you're going to base a novel on it.
So what are Du looking for? General info? Traits of gods? Some good stories? Why mistletoe causes Ragnarök? Why Thor has a reputation for cross-dressing?
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"why thor has a reputation for cross-dressing" LOL one of my favourite stories
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Idunn said:
Norse mythology is about the Aegis of Asgard. It is very similar to Greek / Roman mythology. Like Frey and Freya are Atremis and Apollo, Ares, and Ty, Frigg and Hera.
I can continue forever.
My Favorit is the goddess Var, the goddess of wisdom.

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