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Wooden figurine of Norse God ODIN

Wooden figurine of Norse God ODIN

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This is hand carved wooden small figurine of the Norse god - Odin.
It is made of linden wood and coated with linseed oil.
The figurine is approximately 15 centimeters (6 Inches) tall.

In Germanic mythology, ODIN is a widely revered god. In Norse mythology, from which stems most of the information about the god, Odin is associated with wisdom, healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, battle, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet, and is the husband of the goddess Frigg. In wider Germanic mythology and paganism, Odin was known in Old English as Wōden, in Old Saxon as Wōdan, and in Old High German as Wuotan or Wōtan, all stemming from the reconstructed Proto-Germanic theonym *wōđanaz.

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In the ancient halls of Norse mythology, Odin, the Allfather, reigns supreme, his presence casting a shadow over the realm of gods and mortals alike. Yet amidst the swirling mists of legend, whispered tales speak of a curious aspect of Odin's worship: idols.

Unlike the elaborate statues adorning the temples of other pantheons, the idols of Odin are said to be as enigmatic and multifaceted as the god himself. Carved from the heartwood of Yggdrasil, the World Tree, these idols are not mere representations but embodiments of Odin's essence, each bearing the weight of his wisdom, cunning, and boundless curiosity.

Within the great halls of Asgard, these idols stand as silent sentinels, their eyes - carved from shimmering stones plucked from the depths of Mimir's Well - seemingly watching over the tumultuous affairs of gods and men. Some say that to gaze into those stone eyes is to glimpse the fathomless depths of Odin's knowledge, to feel the whisper of his ravens, Huginn and Muninn, brushing against the recesses of one's mind.

But it is not only within the realm of gods that Odin's idols hold sway. Across the windswept plains of Midgard, where mortals toil beneath the watchful gaze of the heavens, small shrines and altars are raised in homage to the Allfather. Here, travelers offer prayers and sacrifices, seeking Odin's guidance in matters of war, wisdom, and the mysteries of the cosmos.

Yet, despite the reverence with which they are held, Odin's idols remain elusive and enigmatic, their true nature shrouded in the mists of time. Some whisper that to possess such an idol is to hold the very key to Odin's power, while others warn of the dangers of meddling with forces beyond mortal comprehension.

In the end, perhaps it is this very ambiguity that lends Odin's idols their power, their ability to inspire awe and fear in equal measure, reminding both gods and mortals alike of the unknowable depths of the Allfather's wisdom. And so, they stand, silent witnesses to the ever-turning wheel of fate, their secrets hidden within the heartwood of Yggdrasil, awaiting those brave enough to seek them out.

Odin God Figurines

In the vast tapestry of Norse mythology, Odin, the Allfather, holds a unique position of reverence. Alongside tales of his exploits and wisdom, whispers speak of a lesser-known aspect of his worship: idols.

Unlike the grand statues found in other pantheons, Odin's idols are said to be as mysterious and diverse as the god himself. Odin figurine for sale is present in our webstore for the fans who want to own it as a symbol and a part of the collection. Hewn from the ancient heartwood of Yggdrasil, the World Tree, these idols embody Odin's essence, bearing his wisdom, cunning, and insatiable curiosity.

In Asgard's halls, these idols stand as silent guardians, their eyes crafted from stones from Mimir's Well, seemingly watching over gods and mortals. Some say gazing into these eyes reveals Odin's boundless knowledge and the whispers of his ravens, Huginn and Muninn.

Across Midgard, mortals build shrines to Odin, seeking his guidance in war and wisdom. Yet, the idols' true nature remains elusive, sparking both reverence and fear. Some believe owning one grants power, while others warn of meddling with forces beyond understanding.

This ambiguity adds to their allure, reminding all of Odin's inscrutable wisdom. Thus, they stand as silent witnesses to fate, hidden within Yggdrasil's heartwood, awaiting those bold enough to seek their secrets.

You can buy Odin figurine in one click in our online shop to add it in your collection as a symbol of the Norse mythology. High quality, durability and excellent look are guaranteed. Technology allows it to stay in a perfect shape for many years.

Handmade

Each product is handmade with special love.The product cannot have exact copies and you will receive a unique item.

Made from natural materials

All Figures are made from environmentally friendly materials. Linden wood is used for production. Then they are painted with a special water-based wood paint and coated with flax oil.

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