Sága

Sága is the second Aesir in Norse mythology. She resides in her crystal palace Sökkvabekkr “an important place”. Depending on the etymology, she can be interpreted as being the goddess of water, as the goddess of legends and stories, or as a seer. Her beloved Odin visited her every day to tell her his experiences, gazing out over the world together at the high throne of Saga, drinking from gold cups. She sang about the present, past and future of the world and about the great deeds of gods and heroes.

Type: Aesir, Deities
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