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Máni, Sunna, Hati og Sköll 3d printed

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18k Gold Plated
Máni, Sunna, Hati og Sköll 3d printed
Máni, Sunna, Hati og Sköll 3d printed

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Máni, Sunna, Hati og Sköll

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In stanza 39 of the poem Grímnismál, Odin (disguised as Grímnir) says that both the sun and the moon are pursued through the heavens by wolves; the sun, referred to as the "shining god" is pursued by Sköll to the "protecting woods", while the moon is pursued by Hati Hróðvitnisson.[6]

(From Wikipedia.org)

This Medallion pendant shows the sun and the moon pursued by the wolves Hati and Sköll, both attested in Grimnismál and Gylfaginning to be sons of Fenrir, and a giantess, attested but unnamed in Völuspá and Gylfaginning.
The pair is said to follow the Sun and the Moon and be the reason why the celestial bodies cross the sky so hastily.

The runic inscription is a stanza from Völuspá.

Austur býr hin aldna
In the east lives the ancient

í Járnviði
In the Iron-woods

og fæðir þar

And births there

Fenris kindir;

The offspring of Fenrir

verður úr þeim öllum

all they become

einna nokkur

though one especialy

tungls tjúgari

the masticator of the moon

í trölls hami.
in gigantic shape.

A Celestial Bodies Pendant designed by EVBM for Ásatrú´store.

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Máni, Sunna, Hati og Sköll
18k Gold Plated
5.2 cm
5.7 cm
1.0 cm

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