Norse Mythology


Norse Mythology

Explore the gods, goddesses, myths, creatures and cosmology of the ancient Nordic clans.

Ruler of the Aesir Gods


Known as “the furious” and “the all-father,” one-eyed Odin was the chief god of the Norse pantheon and ruler of the Aesir, as well as a warrior and magician.

Goddess of Fertility


One of the principal deities of the Norse pantheon, the lovely and enchanting Freya was a goddess of blessings, love, lust, and fertility.

God of Thunder


A paragon of strength and masculine virility, Thor was the Norse god of thunder and lightening. Wielding the hammer Mjölnir, he was the fiercest of warriors.

Trickster Deity


The great trickster god of the Norse pantheon, Loki was a devious deity known for his many schemes and deceptions.

Norse Gods and Goddesses

Explore the Norse pantheon and rediscover the classic Germanic gods including Odin, Thor and Loki, Freya, Baldur, Heimdall and more.

God of Light


“Shining” Baldur of the Aesir tribe was a chief deity of the Norse pantheon known for his beauty, wisdom, and fairness.

Goddess of Fertility


Frigg was the Norse goddess of fertility, motherhood, and the household, and the possible namesake of Friday. As the wife of Odin, she was queen of the Norse pantheon and mother to Baldur and Hermod.

Guardian of Asgard


Heimdall the watchman was a Norse deity of keen eyesight and hearing who guarded the realm of Asgard from enemy invasion.

God of Peace


Freyr of the Vanir tribe was a Norse god of peace and prosperity. A deity associated with virility, sunshine, and fair weather, he was the son of the sea god Njord and twin brother of Freya.