The Dark & Messed Up Origins of Valentine's Day February 14th | European Mythology & HistoryThe Dark & Messed Up Origins of Valentine's Day February 14th | European Mythology & History.
- The Feast of Lupercalia (Roman Pagan Festival)
- The Story of St. Valentine.
The real truth about Valentine's day | The Origin & History of Valentine's day
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MUSIC (Background/intro/outro) from EPIDEMIC SOUND
How The Wild Hunt Came To Be | Odin & The Wild Hunt | Norse Mythology ExplainedHow The Wild Hunt came to be | Odin & the Wild Hunt | All You Need To Know About The Wild Hunt Of Norse Mythology.
Odin - Chief (King) of the Wild Hunt: The Ghost Riders Mythology: Norse Mythology Explained
Creatures of Norse Mythology You Need To Know | Norse Mythology MonstersCreatures of Norse Mythology You Need To Know | Norse Mythology Monsters. Featuring;
1. Jormungandr, the world serpent and son of Loki (the trickster god) and Angrboda (a Jötunn)
2. Fenrir (Fenris) wolf, son of Loki and bane of Odin.
3. Draugr, the walking dead and animated corpses of magic
4. Kraken, the gigantic octopus (sea monster) of Norse mythology.
5. Trolls, the ugly, tattered, dirty, wart ridden folks of Norse mythology.
6. Nidhoggr, the lord of Naströnd and winged dragon of the underworld.
7. Ratatoskr, the messenger and news breaker of Norse mythology
8. Wargs, the mighty dire wolves of Norse mythology.
9. Mare, evil spirits of the dream realm
10. Sleipnir, the noble horse of Odin and son of Loki and the horse Svadilfari.
11. Fossegrim, water spirits of Norse mythology.
12. Garmr, the hellhound and gigantic guardian of the underworld - Helheim (Helvegr)
13. Hafgufa, the massive fish and sea monster of Norse mythology
14. Arvak & Alsvid, the carriers of the sun.
15. Geri & Freki, the wargs of Odin.
16. Huginn and Muninn, the messenger ravens of Odin; the memory and mind of Odin.
17. Hati and Skoll, the wargs of darkness and eternal enemies of the sun and moon.
18. Hraelsvelgr, the mighty corpse eating Jötunn.
0:01 Monsters of Norse Mythology
25:25 Arvak & Alsvid
28:35 Geri & Freki
32:20 Hati & Skoll
8 Dreadful Fiends of Christmas : Christmas Stories | European (Norse Mythology)8 Dreadful Fiends of Christmas : Christmas Stories | European Mythology (Norse Mythology)
Krampus, the Christmas devil,
Gryla, the Icelandic witch,
The Yule lads, children of the witch Gryla,
Jolakoturrin, The Yule Cat,
Karakoncolos, the malevolent goblin of Turkish/Polish mythology,
Lussi of the wild hunt, the evil counterpart of the martyred Saint Lucia,
Frau perchta, butcher of Germanic folklore,
Pere fouttard, the french Christmas cannibal,
0:01 The Fiends of Christmas
7:22 The Yule Lads
10:23 Jolakoturrin (Yale Cali)
16:15 Frau Perchta
18:13 3. Pere Fouettard
Yggdrasil & The 9 Worlds | Norse Mythology Ep.4Yggdrasil & The 9 Worlds | Norse Mythology Ep.4
- Yggdrasil, the world tree.
- Muspelheim, realm of elemental fire.
- Niflheim, realm of elemental frost.
- Midgard, realm of mortals.
- Jotunheim, realm of the Jotnar (Frost giants).
- Alfheim, realm of the light elves.
- Nidavellir, realm of the dwarves / Svartalfheim, realm of the dark elves.
- Vanaheim, realm of the Vanir, masters of Seidr Magic.
- Helheim, the underworld realm of Hel.
- Asgard, realm of the Asgardians, lords of the universe.
The Mightiest Gods of Norse Mythology (Edda) | Norse Mythology Ep.3 | The Mightiest Gods Series 5Mightiest Gods of Norse Mythology (Edda): Odin, Thor, Loki, Freyja, Baldur, Tyr, Frigg, Heimdall, Njord, Hel, Freyr, Bragi, Idun, Vidar, Mimir, Forseti, Ullr, Vali, Sif | Mightiest Gods Series 5 | Norse Mythology 3
Featured Norse mythology stories:
1. Ymir, the first being and ancestor of the Jotnar (Ice/frost giants): The beginning and creation of the universe; The birth of the gods.
2. Odin, god of wisdom, healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, war, battle, victory, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet: Odin and the runes; Odin and Mimir; The myths of Odin.
3. Thor, god of thunder, the sky, and agriculture: The Myths of Thor, Thor and Mjolnir; Thor and the Jotunn Hymir.
4. Loki, the trickster god: The myths of Loki; Loki and Thor, The Punishment of Loki.
5. Freyja, goddess of love, beauty, fertility, sex, war, gold, and seiðr: The myths of Freyja; The Aesir & Vanir war.
6. Baldur (Baldr), god of light, joy, purity, and the summer sun: The myth of Baldr, Baldr and Loki, The death of Baldr.
7. Tyr, god of War and the Law: The myth of Tyr, Tyr and Fenrir, The binding of Fenrir.
8. Frigg, goddess of fertility, household, motherhood, love, marriage, and domestic arts: The myths of Frigg, Frigg and Loki, The Fate of Baldur.
9. Heimdall, the watchman of the gods: The myths of Heimdall, The coming of Ragnarok, Heimdall and Loki, the death of Heimdall, the death of Loki.
10. Njord, god of wealth, fertility, the sea, flames, and seafaring: The myths of Njord, Njord and Skadi.
11. Hel, goddess of the dead and the underworld: The myths of Hel, Hel and Baldr.
12. Freyr, god of sacral kingship, virility, peace and prosperity, sunshine, fair weather, and good harvest: The myths of Freyr, Freyr and the Aesir-Vanir war, The death of Freyr.
13. Bragi, the wise and learned bard: The myth of Bragi.
14. Idun, goddess of spring, apples and eternal youth: The myth of Idun, The myth of Thjazi and Loki and Thor; Loki and Thjazi; The Abduction (Kidnapping) of Idun, The death of Thjazi.
15. Vidar, the silent god of vengeance: The myths of Vidar; Vidar and the 3 trials of Thor, Vidar in Ragnarok, Vidar and Fenrir; the death of Odin.
16. Mimir, the god of wisdom: Odin and Mimir, the death of Mimir, The myths of Mimir.
17. Ullr, the oath-keeper of the gods and god of bow hunting and skiing: The Myths of Ullr.
18. Vali, the avenger: The myths of Vali, The binding and punishment of Loki.
19. Forseti, god of justice, arbitration and reconciliation; the Myths of Forseti.
20. Sif, goddess of marriage, wheat and family: The Myths of Sif, Loki and the Golden locks of Sif, Loki and the Dwarves, The Gift of Mjolnir .
* Prose Edda
* Poetic Edda
* Younger Edda
The Aesir & Vanir War | Aesir vs Vanir Gods | Norse Mythology Ep.2The Aesir & Vanir War (The War of the Norse Gods) | Aesir vs Vanir Gods | Norse Mythology Ep.2
Norse Mythology Ep.1: The Beginning & Creation | Ymir the First of the Jotnar (Giants) in Norse Mythology:
The Beginning & Creation | Ymir the First of the Jotnar (Giants) | Norse Mythology Ep.1Norse Mythology Ep.1: The Beginning & Creation | Ymir the First of the Jotnar (Giants) in Norse Mythology
Norse Mythology Ep.2: The Aesir & Vanir War | Aesir vs Vanir Gods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woDT5B_1Uyg
Saddest Love Stories Of Greek Mythology | Greek Mythology ExplainedSaddest Love Stories Of Greek Mythology :
Apollo & Hyacinth
Echo & Narcissus
Apollo & Daphne
Eos & Tithonus
Orpheus & Eurydice
Greek Mythology Explained
Creatures & Monsters of Greek Mythology You Need To Know | Greek Mythology ExplainedCreatures & Monsters of Greek Mythology You Need To Know: Scylla, Charybdis, Lamia, Typhon, Echidna, Nimean Lion, Ladon, Sphinx, Learnean Hydra, Chimera, Cerberus, Orthrus, the Gorgons of greek mythology, Stheno, Euryale, Medusa, Gorgo Aix | Greek Mythology Explained
The 2nd Generation Titans Of Greek Mythology - The Younger Titans (New Order of Gods)The Younger Titans Of Greek Mythology | The 2nd Generation Titans - The New Order Gods in Greek Myths. Featuring:
The children of Oceanus and Tethys
The children of Hyperion and Theia
The children of Coeus and Phoebe
The children of Crius and Eurybia
The Children of Iapetus and Clymene
The children of Cronus and Rhea
The Children of Themis
The children of Mnemosyne : The 9 muses
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The Legend Of Herne The Hunter (an English Folklore) ExplainedTHE LEGEND OF HERNE THE HUNTER (an English Folklore) EXPLAINED:
In English folklore, Herne the Hunter is a ghost associated with Windsor Forest and Great Park in the English county of Berkshire.
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