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    Find out more about Norse Pagan History

    Welcome, Last chance! This week is a new free book launch,  “Norse Paganism for Beginners” History Brought Alive provides you with a single credible source detailing Norse Paganism, its history, beliefs, people, and what it looks like in our modern world. This book has been written using a variety of scholarly articles and books containing […] More

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    Explore The History of The Old Norse Religion

    Hey there! As a subscriber we wish to introduce our new book “Norse Paganism for Beginners” – currently free. Let us take you back in time. When the Norse people lived in an enchanted and sacred world. A time famously shrouded in mystery, magic and witchcraft. Norse Paganism has survived the centuries, the rise and […] More

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    Norse Paganism for Beginners (new & free book)

    Welcome, This week is a new FREE book launch, “Norse Paganism for Beginners” Discover The History, Mythology & Practices of Norse Paganism Click here to download your FREE Copy  https://dl.bookfunnel.com/vnh7rpl9s1 We would appreciate your review on Amazon by August 01. And here is the book on Amazon: Best regards, History Brought Alive http://historybroughtalive.com/  More

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    Slavery During the Viking Age

    Many historians turn to the belief that Viking raids were assembled first and foremost to enslave the local people and take them back to their country to make use of or trade with. Mainly women were captured, but men and children were also taken. The slave trade focused on the continent of Britain but also […] More

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    Vikings and The Celts

    During the Bronze Age, the Celts and Vikings were the largest groups to inhabit the northern world, and the fusion between the two was inevitable. The Celts inhabited northern England, Scotland, and Ireland but also spread to Northern Italy and Spain. Some think that due to similarity in language and culture there is a genetic […] More

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    The Norse God: Thor

    The god of thunder, often seen as the hero of the common man, was the most worshiped god during the pre-Christian Scandinavian Era. He is associated with strength, the protection of mankind, and storms. The characteristics most valuable to the Norse people often surrounded Thor, like honor, loyalty, and the unshakeable sense of duty. It […] More

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    More Than Just Vikings

    Vikings were those who sailed the northern Atlantic seas to run raids or settle in new lands. The word Viking is technically the verb for “making a sea voyage” in the Old Norse language, so the Norsemen would “go Viking.”  The period is now 800 C.E. and the Norsemen have mastered shipbuilding in a way […] More

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    The Nine Realms of Norse Mythology – Niflheim and Muspelheim.

    According to Norse mythology, the cosmos is divided into nine realms. These comprised the cosmos and were inextricably linked to one another.  These included Niflheim, Muspelheim, Asgard, Midgard, Jotunheim, Vanaheim, Alfheim, Svartalfheim, and Helheim. Each realm has different functions and characteristics that set it apart from the others. Each of these nine realms housed a […] More