Premium Quality Viking Odin in Ritual Helmet with Ravens Pendant + Raven Amulet, Bone, Hand-Carved
Brand:Z-Rune Norse Pagan Arts Workshop
Two Viking bone Amulets offer.
Offered Viking pendants among the most beautiful handmade Vikings artworks ever created. Odin's one Inspired by Viking Age Bronze artefact - applique with Odin depiction (2n photo to this lot).
Odin in Ritual Helmet with Ravens Viking Amulet - traditional Norse carving. This pendant is hand carved from buffalo bone* and is a fine gift for Asatru believers, Viking art history enthusiasts and fans.
Size: for Odin - 5,5 cm / 2.165 inches. for Raven piece - H. 6 cm.
In Norse mythology, Odin is considered the god of wisdom, war, and death. He is also associated with magic, prophecy, and knowledge. The Odin bone carved amulets is believed to provide protection for Asatru believers.
Asatru believers view the Odin bone carved amulet as a powerful symbol of Odin's wisdom and strength. It is believed that by wearing this amulet, one can tap into Odin's power and gain his protection. The amulet is also seen as a talisman of good luck and is believed to help its wearer navigate through difficult situations and overcome obstacles.
In addition, the use of bone as a material for the amulet is significant in Asatru belief. Bones are believed to be powerful conduits of energy and are often used in ritual magic. The use of a bone carved amulet, therefore, is seen as a way of harnessing the power of Odin and the magic of bones for protection.
In general, the Odin bone carved amulet is a symbol of strength and protection in Asatru belief. It is believed to offer its wearer a connection to the wisdom and power of Odin, and provide protection from harm.
Odin is commonly associated with ravens in Norse mythology because he is said to have two ravens named Huginn and Muninn. These ravens fly throughout the world and bring back information to Odin, serving as his eyes and ears in the world. Huginn and Muninn are often depicted as perched on Odin's shoulders or flying alongside him.
Ravens are also seen as a symbol of death and battle, which are both associated with Odin. In battle, ravens would often flock to the battlefield to feast on the corpses of fallen warriors, which may have contributed to their association with death and the afterlife.
In addition to his association with ravens, Odin is also associated with wisdom, magic, and poetry. He is often depicted as a powerful and enigmatic figure, and his myths and stories are among the most well-known in Norse mythology.
Material *: Buffalo bone. Ethically harvested and produced fairly by artisans, these gorgeous bone sculpture represent the ultimate duality of our existence: life and death. Bone magic is potent and powerful - and is different than working with any gem, crystal, or mineral. Bones inherently remind us of our mortal nature, the fragile part of our being that we simultaneously work to avoid thinking about and yet must face at the same time.
* Recommendations for wear and storage: Avoid protracted heat (saunas, baths, direct sunlight), as well as long contact with water and household chemicals.