Thórr, God of Thunder

Thórr, God of Thunder
Thórr was the god of storms, but also was Mankind's Warder, and his Hammer a mighty symbol of luck and protection. Wear the Hammer for luck, or just to show your Viking heritage!

Óðinn the All-Father

Óðinn the All-Father
Óðinn was the chief of the Viking gods, the god of kings and poets, giver of the gift of poetry and of victory in battle.

Freyja, Goddess of Sex and Love

Freyja, Goddess of Sex and Love
Freyja was the goddess of sensual delight and also a goddess of war. Whether you're a lover or a fighter, merchandise honoring Freyja is for you!

Frigga, Goddess of Marriage and Childbirth

Frigga, Goddess of Marriage and Childbirth
Frigga is the patroness of the family, and Friday is named for her (Frigga's-Day). Whether you're honoring the goddess, or proclaiming a Norse "Happy Friday!" items in this section are for you.

Freyr, God of Fertility

Freyr, God of Fertility
Freyr is the god of sun and rain, and the patron of bountiful harvests. He is both a god of peace and a brave warrior.

Heimdallr, Watchman of the Gods

Heimdallr, Watchman of the Gods
Heimdallr was the watchman who stood guard on Bifröst, the Rainbow Bridge, and also the progenitor of mankind.

Ægir and Ran

Ægir and Ran
Ægir and Ran were the Norse gods associated with the sea. Ægir was the brewer of the ale of the gods, while the goddess Ran received the drowned in her halls.

Máni, God of the Moon

Máni, God of the Moon
Máni is the god of the moon, who governs the journeying of the moon and decides the time of its waxing and waning.

Loki the Trickster



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