Thunor or Thor image

Thor, as he is known to the Scandinavians, or Thunor as he is known to the Anglo-Saxons, is the Germanic God of thunder. He is defender of both gods and humans alike. A symbol of Thunor’s strength and might is the hammer, Mjöllnir, which produces thunder and lightning as he rides across the sky in his chariot pulled by his two goats named Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr.

Thunor

Odin Woden design image

The story of Woden's sacrifice on the world tree for nine days, the founding of the runes, his wolves Geri & Freki, his ravens Hugin & Munin and the Valknut.

Woden

Yggdrasil The World Tree image

The World Tree, Yggdrasil, is said to have four harts, or stags, that climb among its branches, is topped by an eagle with a hawk standing on its head and a serpent creature called Nidhogg nibbles on its roots. A squirrel named Ratatosk runs up and down the tree conveying insults from the eagle to Nidhogg and Nidhogg to the eagle. At the base of the tree is The Well of Wyrd, where there can be found three norns who determine the fate of men and Gods.

Yggdrasil

Etin Jotun Frost Giant

Etins, Rises, Thurses and Trolls are descended from Ymir, including Odin's mother Bestla. The word Etin, is interchangeable with Jotun. They are often referred to as Frost Giants or Jotnar, the plural of Jotun.

Etin

Freyja - Gold

Freyja is a Goddess of the Vanir, sister of Freyr, daughter of Njord. She is known to ride a boar named Hildisvini, drive a chariot pulled by cats, practice the magical arts and take half the slain in battle to her home in Folkvangr.

Freyja

Thunor or Thor image

Thor, as he is known to the Scandinavians, or Thunor as he is known to the Anglo-Saxons, is the Germanic God of thunder. He is defender of both gods and humans alike. A symbol of Thunor’s strength and might is the hammer, Mjöllnir, which produces thunder and lightning as he rides across the sky in his chariot pulled by his two goats named Tanngrisnir and Tanngnjóstr.

Thunor

Odin Woden design image

The story of Woden's sacrifice on the world tree for nine days, the founding of the runes, his wolves Geri & Freki, his ravens Hugin & Munin and the Valknut.

Woden

Yggdrasil The World Tree image

The World Tree, Yggdrasil, the four harts, topped by an eagle with a hawk standing on its head, Nidhogg and Ratatosk conveying insults between the eagle and Nidhogg. At the base of the tree is The Well of Wyrd, home of the norns.

Yggdrasil

Etin Jotun Frost Giant

Etins, Rises, Thurses and Trolls are descended from Ymir, including Odin's mother Bestla. The word Etin, is interchangeable with Jotun. They are often referred to as Frost Giants or Jotnar, the plural of Jotun.

Etin

Freyja - Gold

Freyja is a Goddess of the Vanir, sister of Freyr, daughter of Njord. She is known to ride a boar named Hildisvini, drive a chariot pulled by cats, practice the magical arts and take half the slain in battle to her home in Folkvangr.

Freyja

The Crow’s Fjord & Corpse Cafe

The Crow’s Fjord is owned and operated by S. Camille Crawford. It was established in 2011 as a place to market her Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Germanic themed designs. Corpse Cafe is an additional moniker used by S. Camille Crawford around the web, for example, Reddit, Twitter, and Red Bubble.

The Crow’s Fjord designs are printed and sold on products through a Print On Demand website called Red Bubble. Red Bubble is based in Australia, but has printing operations on almost every continent. They are well established, reliable and do excellent quality work. Their large facilities ensure quality printed products that are delivered on time and with excellent customer service, before, during and after product purchase. Their prices are fair and reflect current global market values. I trust them fully and so can you.

Product pricing on this website is in US dollars, however there is an option to display pricing in Euros. These are the two most common currencies used in the purchase of The Crow’s Fjord products. However, should you wish to see a product in another currency, the Red Bubble website has options for many more.

The Crow’s Fjord and Corpse Cafe are personae of S. Camille Crawford and all material created under these names are the copyright of S. Camille Crawford and not to be used without her permission.

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