Norse religion

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Norse religion:

see Germanic religionGermanic religion,
pre-Christian religious practices among the tribes of Western Europe, Germany, and Scandinavia. The main sources for our knowledge are the Germania of Tacitus and the Elder Edda and the Younger Edda.
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Norse paganism remained the religion of Iceland until 1000 AD when Christianity swept through.
Throughout these chapters, Mitchell operates from the premise that our initial understanding of northern magic is based on a very skewed perspective of Norse paganism, one that overemphasizes Odin and Freya.
Odinism is also related to several non-Christian European and American national socialists and other radical political groups, while some mix Norse paganism with Satanism.