Yggdrasil (Norse mythology) Sources. found: Work cat.: 2013003236: Tree of salvation, 2013: ECIP galley (Yggdrasil; originally THE symbolic tree of life in Scandinavian mythology; became Christian tree of salvation (Christian cross) as Christianity came to Scandinavia) data view summary (At the heart of the mythology of the Anglo-Scandinavian-Germanic North is the evergreen Yggdrasil, the tree.
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Aug 21, 2018 - Yggdrasil was the great ash tree that linked the nine realms of the Norse Cosmology together. It is the Viking Age expression of the world navel mythological motif. Yggdrasil plays an important role in the mythology, and Odin sacrifices himself by hanging from the tree in his search for wisdom. See more ideas about Norse, Yggdrasil, Mythology.
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Yggdrasil is home to an abundance of wildlife both magical and malicious, from gnawing Nidhogg the dragon to nibbling deer. In fact the tree is under constant threat of global catastrophe but the Norse Gods seem powerless to act. There’s also an eagle and Ratatoskr the Messenger Squirrel.
The tree of life is a widespread myth (mytheme) or archetype in the world's mythologies, related to the concept of sacred tree more generally,and hence in religious and philosophical tradition. The tree of life appears in Norse religion as Yggdrasil, the world tree, a massive tree (sometimes considered a yew or ash tree) with extensive lore surrounding it.