Aegir stayed in the waters under the island of Hiesey. This Norse God that wore a crown of seaweed, and was well known as a giant.
He was a very popular and well-liked God. Balder was a warrior, with a lot of strength. Although he was said to be slow in the head, he has won many battles.
She was the daughter of the giant God, Loki
Odin had two ravens that flew around every night and found out all the new things that happened. Then they would fly back to Odin and tell him everything that had happened and this is why Odin was the God who knew everything.
Thor, the ruler of the weather, killed many giants with his almighty hammer, called Mjolnir. He always kept the hammer at his side. When he threw it at his enemies, it always came back to him with a boomerang type effect. When Thor was hungry, but didn’t have any food, he would eat his goats, and if he saved the skin and bones and put his hammer over them, the goats would come back alive. He also always wore a belt of strength. Thor was a Leo.
Freya was the Goddess of sex, fertility, war, and wealth. This very beautiful goddess lived in Folkvang, which means “Field of the Folk”. Her husband was named Od, and she had a daughter named Hnoss. The day Friday is named after Freya. Freya was a Gemini.
Tyr, a very brave warrior, Brave enough to put his right hand into the mouth of Fenriswolf so it could be joined by the gods. His right hand was bit off by the wolf. The offering of his right hand, was to show that Tyr was “free of weapons”. Tuesday is named after Tyr.
Loki was the trickster of Norse Mythology. He was able to change shape and even gender. He was often depicted as the villan but would sometimes help the gods.