As the droplets from Niflheim mixed with the fiery depths of Muspelheim, a phenomenon occurred….
Exploring Norse Mythology – The Myths, Sagas & Legends
Norse Mythology is truly fascinating, it is no wonder Hollywood, writers, and game studios have jumped on the bandwagon. Whether it be influence over The Marvel blockbusters, The Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, God of War and more.
The Tales are Epic, The Battles are Fierce & The Drama is Plentiful!
Join us on a discovery to the Marvels & Wonders of Norse Mythology, and learn from one of the most interesting civilizations ever known – The Vikings.
At History Brought Alive, we are history and mythology enthusiasts who are fascinated with the secrets ancient beliefs, customs, traditions, and myths hold.
Within these pages, we will not simply rehash the ancient myths, but rather provide context, background, and discussion regarding what life was like during the Viking Age. We will explore how life during that era influenced Norse Mythology, and how the myths influenced the Vikings.
As you journey through this book, we will help you peel back the layers of history that surround these fascinating stories to take a peek at the accurate accounts of the myths, beliefs, customs, and traditions as they actually were.
In this book you will discover;
- The Most Important and Powerful Gods & Goddess in Norse Mythology
- What Was Life Like for The Vikings? (beliefs, customs, secrets & more)
- Thor – God of Thunder & The Origin of Thor’s Hammer (Mjolnir)
- The Poetic Edda, an ancient collection which historians have used as evidence to piece together the Viking era & Norse Mythology
- How Norse Mythology Influenced Modern Pop Culture – Marvel, Game of Thrones, Lord of the Rings, Viking Metal & More
- The Legend of The Draugr (The Vikings Killer Zombie)
- Ragnarok: All You Need to Know About the End of the World in Norse Mythology
- The Viking Afterlife: From Hel to Valhalla
And much, much more…
As you embark on this journey, imagine yourself following in the footsteps of Odin.
Odin is willing to let go of a reality, in order to be allowed to drink from the well that contains all the wisdom of the world.
So, I welcome you to do as Odin… let go and drink deep from the well of wisdom.