24-Thor: Whosoever Holds this Hammer

//24-Thor: Whosoever Holds this Hammer

24-Thor: Whosoever Holds this Hammer

Norse mythology, like all mythology, is strange. Thor's hammer is gone. It was stolen...or he just left it somewhere and forgot about it. To get it back, though, he's going to have to do something more difficult than fighting legions of giants. He's going to need to get married.

And there's the origin of poetry, which contains way more men formed from spit than you'd expect for the origin of poetry.

On the creature of the week, seriously, just stay out of the woods. It never ends well. Except when it does, and you find love and learn to put on a puppet show.

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The Prose Edda - THE source for Norse Mythology


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By |2018-03-15T15:03:30+00:00February 23rd, 2016|Categories: Podcast|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |1 Comment

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  1. sam June 27, 2016 at 10:43 pm - Reply

    I believe that eagles, like all birds, have a single all-purpose orifice that functions for both liquid and solid elimination, as well as reproduction. No doubt the authors of the prose edda and their audience were typically more familiar with avian anatomy than ourselves.

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