Odin (Not marvel)

Today my blog will be about Loki’s foster brother, Odin who also had alot of kids. He is also the ruler of the Aesir tribe of deities. He is the god of war, and also of poetry because he drank a poetry mead. Also he is the favorite god of outlaws, due to him being outlawed…

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Loki (Norse Mythology not Marvel)

Today my blog will be about Loki in Norse mythology. Loki’s father is Farbauti, a giant and his mother is Laurfry or Nal and is either a goddess or a giant. He also has two brothers, Býleistr and Helblinde. He is blood brothers with odin (Foster brothers but they both drink each others blood mixed with beer). He…

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Why we celebrate birthdays

Today my blog will be about why we celebrate birthdays and where it came from. The reason birthdays are so important is for many reasons. The pagans thought that with big change meant a evil spirit was there, like on birthdays. The ancient Greeks thought that you have a spirit that watched over you since birth…

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Candy canes

Today my blog is about candy canes, I hope you enjoy my blog. First of all, about 250 years ago in Germany they were made for the first time, but only sugar sticks, also there is a story about 200 years before ( It is probably not true but still adding it into my blog)…

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Mistletoe

Today I am blogging about why we hang mistletoe in our houses at Christmas time. Hope you enjoy Hanging it in the house started with the ancient Druids. It was meant to ward away bad spirits and bring good luck to the house. Also in Norse mythology it is used as a sign of friendship and love,…

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Why we have Christmas trees.

    Today I will blog about where the idea of Christmas trees came from. The idea came from most likely Eastern Europe 1000 years ( Im not entirely the time is true so if any of you have any more realistic numbers let me know ) ago which was when most people hung pieces…

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Neptune

  This is my last blog about the planets in our solar system I hope you enjoy my blog about Neptune. Neptune is the Greek god of the sea and earthquakes Poseidon is the name the ancient Romans gave him. But originally it was named Le Verrier because Jean Joseph Le Verrier is who discovered Neptune. The name…

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