VIKING RELIGION AND GODS

The Vikings religious doctrine was adopted from the traditional regime of Norse or Scandinavian mythology. According to studies this doctrine was polytheistic (meaning the acceptance of worshipping more than one god); the gods and goddesses themselves were seen to be directly related to the human form. The god’s human representation and likeliness is furthered acknowledged through their ability to show human emotion, such as thunder god Thor’s great anger or Frigg’s sense of grief.
Importantly Norse Religion or belief was seen as normal feature of life, where praise was associated as worship, supplication and propitiation.
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