In Norse mythology, the Ouroboros was a dragon, also called Jörmungandr, which grew so large that it could encircle the world and grasp its tail in its teeth.
It symbolized eternity and endless return.
Like the sun, the Ouroboros underwent a journey of its own. Over a millennia old, it is known as the oldest symbol in Alchemy. It started in 1300 BC in Egypt, made its way through Ancient Greece, and finally into Nordic culture in the middle ages.
This figure embodies infinity and symbolizes the power of natural forces. Order this gorgeous handcrafted cast medallion to carry a piece of the great dragon's power with you wherever you go!
The Vikings often wore wolf symbols going into battle, and now you can wear your own into your daily urban battle. The wolf was an important to the Vikings, representing raw power and force, which was to be respected or feared.
The wolf can go either way in the Nordic myths. The symbol can represent chaos and disruption, or bravery, loyalty and wisdom. The Vikings wore bracelets such as this one as a symbol of their allegiance to their chieftain. Oaths sworn on such an arm ring could not be broken.
The most famous wolf in the Norse world was Fenrir, one of the sons of Loki, the Norse god of mischief and deception. Tricked and chained up by the gods who feared his strength, at Ragnarok, a great battle, he is destined to break his chains and run through the Norse cosmos devouring everything before him.
In Norse Mythology, the wolf Fenrir was a symbol of evil and unrest who eventually kills Odin. Odin is the oldest and wisest of the gods in Norse mythology, and the one who presides over Valhalla. However, the wolf was also associated with warriors, and Odin had two wolves as loyal companions.
This arm ring is perfect for the modern Viking who feels the power of the wolf within themselves.
The Vikings used armbands such as this Dragon Bracelet, as dragons represented powerful magic, heroism, strength, and bravery. In Nordic Mythology, there were three dragons in which the Vikings believed: Nidhogg, Jorungand, and Fafnir.
In Norse mythology, an ash tree Yggdrasil supports the whole universe. Nidhogg entangled and gnawed the root of Yggdrasil. He wanted to uproot Yggdrasil and destroy the universe. He is often referred to as “Malice Striker” in ancient Norse poems.
To the vikings, Jorungand dwells in the sea on a global level, encircling the Earth and biting his own tail, When they set out on the seas, their ships were decorated with dragons in solidarity with dragon powers of magic and protection.
Fafnir was a dragon exhibiting immense strength, stamina, durability, and with the ability to create illusions and exercise mind control.
Just like the Vikings, You can now wear this powerful dragon bracelet in solidarity with the powers of the beasts of ancient times.