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The veneration of ancient Germanic and Nordic deities, once believed to have ended with the coming of Christianity to northern Europe, has been partially retained and also deliberately revived as a Neo-Pagan tradition.

Popular Germanic and Nordic Deities

Baldr

Baldr is the god of sunlight and day...

Bragi

Bragi is the god of poetry, music, and bards...

Eir

Eir is the goddess of medical skill

Eostre

Eostre is the goddess of spring, sun-rise, and fertility...

Forseti

Forseti is the god of justice and mercy...

Freyja

Freyja is the goddesss of beauty, love, and gold...

Freyr

Freyr is the god of fertility, harvest, and weather magic...

Frigga

Frigga Is the goddess of motherhood, the home, marriage, and prophecy. (Read More ...)

Gefjon

Gefjon is the goddess of ploughs, harvest, and farmers...

Gna

Gna is the messenger goddess of Frigg...

Heimdallr

Heimdallr is the guardian of the rainbow bridge, bifrost and watches for ragnarok

Hel

Hel is the ruler of the underworld and receives a portion of the dead...

Hod

Hod is the blind brother of Baldr who is tricked by Loki into slaying Baldr...

Krampus

Krampus is a Germanic woods-god associated with goats and birch trees. (Read More ...)

Loki

Loki is the son of giants and is a shape-shifting trickster deity...

Odin

Odin is the All-father, god of runes, wisdom, and battle.Read More ...

Njord

Njord is the god of the sea, fishing, and sailors...

Sif

Sif is the goddess of the earth and fields of wheat...

Nanna

Nanna is the devoted wife of Baldr...

Sigyn

Sigyn is the wife of Loki who faithfully protects him from the dripping venom of a serpent...

Skadi

Skadi is the goddess of hunting, skiing, and winter...

Sunna

Sunna is the sun personified

Thor

Thor is the god of thunder, lightning, and the defender of the gods...

Tyr

Tyr is the one-armed god of justice, battle, and courage...

Working with Spirits and Spirit Guides

For more information, plus a list of AIRR Certified Spirit Workers, see Spirits and Spirit Guides

Spirit work involves enlisting the psychic aid of various spirits in order to accomplish specific spell-casting goals. These spirits may include the spirits of ancestors and the dead; the crossroads; Guardian Angels; the spirits of places, animals, plants, water sources, and beings other than humans; and a rich and varied roster of spiritual entities such as Black Hawk and Maximon (San Simon-Judas).

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