Norse Mythology Asatru Heathenism Altar w/Two Drawers

Made to Last Generations, in honor to the old legends of Norse Mythology and Asatru
Information on Thor's Hammer and The Valknot from Norse Mythology at bottom of page. Symbols of Thor, Odin, and Freya are included on this altar.

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Norse Mythology Asatru Two Drawer Altar with symbols for Odin, Freya, and Thor!

Asatru Nordic Altar with 2 drawers

Hail and Honor to Odin, Freya, and Thor from Norse Mythology of the Asatru Faith!
Symbols Relevant to the Asatru Faith
Solid Construction to last for years to come. Symbols for Odin, Freya, and Thor on this Asatru Altar based on the history of Norse Mytholgy.

Beautiful handmade Heathen altar based on the Asatru faith and Norse Mythololgy that embraces the symbolism of the Norse Asatru path. Honoring Odin, Freya, and Thor.

The Norse Mythology Asatru altar is made from natural wood. Each Asatru altar table includes two drawers for safe keeping of your magickal items. This is a hand crafted Norse Asatru Heathen altar that will last for generations, similar to items we found in grandma's attic, and in respect for the history we today call Norse Mythology. Honoring the Norse Asatru gods of Odin, Freya, and Thor

The Norse Mythology symbols of Asatru for Odin, Freya, Thor's Hammer, and Odin's Horns are wood burned for long lasting beauty. On bottom drawer is wood burnt "May The Gods of Asgard Guide You In Your Journey" in Runic, the language of the old gods Odin, Thor, and Freya. Made from white wood which is associated with the element of fire (action) due to the conical shape of the tree. Beautifully stained in your choice of stain color and varnished with danish oil low gloss finish for durability and a natural finish.

This Asatru Norse Mythology Heathen altar is completely hand crafted by DragonOak, "one who walks the pagan path". DragonOak has studied methods of divination for over 20 years and now brings forward handcrafted items in the old traditions and ritual.

No metal is used in the final assembly of this Astaru altar based on Norse Mythology, (except for the optional brass candle holder) as some believe that metal can interfere with the flow of energies.

Natural finish.

The candle holder shown in the pictures is optional, please indicate if you wish a candle holder or prefer the flat surface.

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Based on the HISTORY of Norse mythology the symbols of Thor, Odin, and Freya are incorporated on this Asatru altar. Thor's Hammer is a symbol of the struggle against chaos and evil. It's the weapon used by Thor against giants, monsters, and other trollish folk who threaten the common good. It seems particularly appropriate in these troubled times. The Hammer was also important in the hallowing of hearth and home, in marriage ceremonies, and the invocation of fertility.

The Valknut's three interlocking shapes and nine points suggest rebirth, pregnancy, and cycles of reincarnation. The nine points are also suggestive of the Nine Worlds (and the nine fates) of Norse mythology. Their interwoven shape suggests the belief of the interelatedness of the three realms of earth, hel, and the heavens, and the nine domains they encompass. The Valknut is also an important symbol to many follwers of the Asatru faith, who often wear it as a symbol of the faith.

The flower is a representation of Freya, or we can substitute a boar for Frey. When making this Asatru Altar, we sought the history contained in the Norse Mythology and recognized the old gods of Thor, Odin, and Freya. We wanted to honor Thor for his strength and might. Thor and honor are synonymous and go hand in hand. Thor is the warriors warriors. We wanted to honor Odin creator of the runes as cited in Norse mythology, and head of the gods of asgard. We wanted to honor Freya for adding beauty to a world that can be cold and harsh at times. It is for these gods of asgard of asatru, Odin, Thor, and Freya that we present this altar, recognizing the days of old, and the gods of honor and might.
While historians of today call the Norse Asatru legends mythology, we know that they are the history of the people of the North. These epics of the Norse, even though called mythology, are based on verbal tradition that was passed down from generation to generation. The legendary Norse mythology accounts of Odin, Freya, and Thor are based on the tradition of people that were strong, mobile, and survivors. Odin, Thor, and Freya passed down their skills so that the people of the North could survive.
Never disregard the history of the ancients like the people of Asatru and Norse mythology, their accounts of the gods of Odin, Thor, and Freya are based more in reality than we care to admit. The ancients like Thor, Odin, and Freya worked with mankind in the days of old to provide us with the skills to survive and move on to the next phases of life. The Norse mythology accounts are held true by the followers of Asatru, and hail and honor the gods of Asgard Thor, Odin, and Freya!
Hail and Honor to Odin, Freya, and Thor from Norse Mythology of the Asatru Faith!