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Volva. Vikings by Jim Lyngvild  Modern day viking inspiration. Costumes are all hand made and original.  Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/jim.lyngvild

Volva. Vikings by Jim Lyngvild Modern day viking inspiration. Costumes are all hand made and original. Facebook profile: https://www.facebook.com/jim.lyngvild

TOTEM TO THE VIKINGS....THEY LIVED IN THE WOODS AND HONORED THEIR OWN...LOVE THE WORKMANSHIP!

Our pagan ancestors did not have any temples. The Uppsala one is a lie, invented by Adam von Bremen! The pagan deities were worshiped in the woods and in nature, and never ever were animals or humans sacrificed to them!

Medieval Slavic costume of Ancient Russia: Slovens from Novgorod

Medieval Slavic costume of Ancient Russia: Slovens from Novgorod (with somewhat finnish style pendants from temple ring)

Norse/German/ Mythology Projekt "The young Vikings” Ⓜ️ > Tanja, Mia-Marie & Luca > "the fine Art of catching Light" by Pit Theiss Special Thanks to Burgschneider #thefineartofcatchinglight #pittheissphotography #photopoetry #storytelling #fineartphotography #portraitphotography #medieval #germanmythology #mythology #fantasy #vikingstyle #nordic #asatru #history #vikinglife #vikings #norce #norcemythology #shieldmaiden #pagan #veturinnnálgast #burgschneider #battlemerchant #burghanstein

Norse/German/ Mythology Projekt "The young Vikings” Ⓜ️ > Tanja, Mia-Marie & Luca > "the fine Art of catching Light" by Pit Theiss Special Thanks to Burgschneider #thefineartofcatchinglight #pittheissphotography #photopoetry #storytelling #fineartphotography #portraitphotography #medieval #germanmythology #mythology #fantasy #vikingstyle #nordic #asatru #history #vikinglife #vikings #norce #norcemythology #shieldmaiden #pagan #veturinnnálgast #burgschneider #battlemerchant #burghanstein

Whilst researching you sometimes stumble upon unexpected things. This happened when searching for information about Skagul Tosti for the previous post. It came the form of a HUGE and impressive family tree made by Lisa Norman (1916-1999). It tracked her and her family’s heritage all the way back to Skagul Tosti (Skoglartoste), as well as to a most of the other prominent Vikings of the time. It counted around 48 generations in between her and Skagul Tosti.

Whilst researching you sometimes stumble upon unexpected things. This happened when searching for information about Skagul Tosti for the previous post.