NorseGods web-site it states that “His two ravens, Huginn and Munin (Thought and Memory) fly over the world daily and return to tell him everything that has happened in Midgard (http://thenorsegods.com/odin/).” He is also known as the god of magic, wisdom, wit, and learning. He is known to be associated with war and bloodshed also, however the wars fought by Odin existed strictly in the mental plane of awareness. As Odin is one of the most powerful and highly regarded deities, its understandable why the Nords set such a great importance upon logic. Another aspect that the Vikings held in high regard was strength and Thor, the son of Odin, ruled this aspect. Thor wielded the mighty hammer, Mjolnir, which brought down lightning bolts each time it was hurled. This hammer held such an imposing force of power that not even a god could normally control it. The only way Thor was able to maintain this legendary weapon was
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