Teutonic mythology; gods and goddesses of the Northland volume 3

By Viktor Rydberg

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Excerpt from Teutonic Mythology, Vol. 3 of 3: Gods and Goddesses of the Northland

Then suddenly the Hjallar-horn sounds, announcing that the destruction of the world is now to be fulfilled, and just as the first notes of this trumpet penetrate the world, Mimer’s sons spring up. The old tree, the world-tree, groans and trembles. When Mimer’s sons spring up Odin is engaged in conversation with the head of their father, his faithful adviser, in regard to the impending conflict, which is the last one in which the gods are to take a hand.

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