Thor's Hammer
Rune Box
Thor's Hammer represents strength and honor
Thor's Hammer Rune Box!

Metaphysical Spiritual Tarot & Altar Boxes

Thor's Hammer on this Rune Box is wood burned by hand for everlasting beauty. Honor to Asatru Nordic Asgard Viking Heathenism,

This Thor's Hammer Rune Box is made from solid wood. This is a hand crafted rune box that will last for generations that is complimented by Thor's Hammer to represent might and stoutness.

Rune Box lid fits comfortable over the bottom and fits snugly for non slippage.

No metal is used in constructing this rune box with Thor's Hammer, as some believe that metal can interfere with the flow of energies.

Thor's Hammer rune box is hand crafted by DragonOak, "one who walks the pagan path". DragonOak has studied methods of divination for over 20 years and now brings forth handcrafted supplies that are fitting for the field of divination. Working to create Asatru Nordic Asgard Viking Heathenism supplies in the old traditions.

Hand waxed finish and fitting home for your rune sets.

Looking for something custom designed? Feel free to email me and lets see what we can do for you! Looking for wholesale pricing, contact: GYPSY BETH
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Thor's Hammer

The legendary weapon of the Norse God Thor. "Mjolnir" means "lightning." Made by the Dwarves Brok and Eitri, it possessed magical qualities. It would magically return when thrown, and was used for healing and even resurrection.

The hammer was feared by the enemies of the Aesir, and stolen by the frost Giant Thrym, who demanded the goddess Freyja in exchange for its return. Instead, Thor disguised himself as the goddess, siezed control of the hammer, and slew all of the giants in the hall.

The Thor's hammer is often used as an emblem of recognition for members of the Asatru faith.