AEsir, Asynur

pl. [pronounced “eye-seer”] A plural word meaning “pillars”; or “supports”; and is the collective name of the Old Norse Gods of the family of which Odin was the patriarch. The singular is Ase or Ass [awss]. Asa is used as a prefix to denote that the God or Goddess is of the fESiI‘i. The Gods are strong, beautiful and bigger than ordinary people. They live longer than humans, but they are not immortal. Every God has knowledge in different categories. They generally are good, friendly and helpful. The Vanirs who have lived in Asgard for a long time also counts as fEsir. [Esir are the gods of

Aclis Twin gods worshipped by the Teutons, said to be the sons of the Sky God.

[Esir, Asynur pl. [pronounced “eye-seer”] A plural word meaning “pillars”; or “supports”; and is the collective name of the Old Norse Gods of the family of which Odin was the patriarch. The singular is Ase or Ass [awss]. Asa is used as a prefix to denote that the God or Goddess is of the fESiI‘i. The Gods are strong, beautiful and bigger than ordinary people. They live longer than humans, but they are not immortal. Every God has knowledge in different categories. They generally are good, friendly and helpful. The Vanirs who have lived in Asgard for a long time also counts as fEsir. [Esir are the gods of

consciousness and the sky as opposed to the Vanir who are the gods of the earth and biological life/the subconscious. One early explanation of their name was that they were “Asiamen”, meaning from Asia. The Gods identified as Esir are: Odin (Fjolnir), Fjorgyn, Loki, Thorr, Meili, Frigg, Tyr, Hermodr, Baldr, Hodr, Sif, Thrudh, Nanna, Forseti, Sigyn, Magni, Modi, Vali, Vidar. The [Esir are direct descendants of Odin by way of the father, or are females who have married (male) [Esir. Aesic (notAEsir) Gods are: Frigg’s servants: Vor, Hlin, Snotra, Vara, Saga, Gna, Syn, Eir, Fulla, Sjofn, Lofn; Thorr’s servants: Thjali’i, Roskva; and Odin’s Valkyries. The Gods identified as Vanir are: Holde, Nerthus, Njord, Freya, Freyr, Odh, Hnoss, Aegir, Ran, Ullr, Ulla, Gerdh, Skirnir, Heimdallr, Idunna, Bragi, Siofyn, Gefjon, Skadhi, Erde, the Undines, Svol, Ostara, Gullveig. The Vanir are direct descendants of Holde by way of the mother, or are males that have married (female) Vans. Vanic (not Vanir)

Aclis Twin gods worshipped by the Teutons, said to be the sons of the Sky God.

[Esir, Asynur pl. [pronounced “eye-seer”] A plural word meaning “pillars”; or “supports”; and is the collective name of the Old Norse Gods of the family of which Odin was the patriarch. The singular is Ase or Ass [awss]. Asa is used as a prefix to denote that the God or Goddess is of the fESiI‘i. The Gods are strong, beautiful and bigger than ordinary people. They live longer than humans, but they are not immortal. Every God has knowledge in different categories. They generally are good, friendly and helpful. The Vanirs who have lived in Asgard for a long time also counts as fEsir. [Esir are the gods of

consciousness and the sky as opposed to the Vanir who are the gods of the earth and biological life/the subconscious. One early explanation of their name was that they were “Asiamen”, meaning from Asia. The Gods identified as Esir are: Odin (Fjolnir), Fjorgyn, Loki, Thorr, Meili, Frigg, Tyr, Hermodr, Baldr, Hodr, Sif, Thrudh, Nanna, Forseti, Sigyn, Magni, Modi, Vali, Vidar. The [Esir are direct descendants of Odin by way of the father, or are females who have married (male) [Esir. Aesic (notAEsir) Gods are: Frigg’s servants: Vor, Hlin, Snotra, Vara, Saga, Gna, Syn, Eir, Fulla, Sjofn, Lofn; Thorr’s servants: Thjali’i, Roskva; and Odin’s Valkyries. The Gods identified as Vanir are: Holde, Nerthus, Njord, Freya, Freyr, Odh, Hnoss, Aegir, Ran, Ullr, Ulla, Gerdh, Skirnir, Heimdallr, Idunna, Bragi, Siofyn, Gefjon, Skadhi, Erde, the Undines, Svol, Ostara, Gullveig. The Vanir are direct descendants of Holde by way of the mother, or are males that have married (female) Vans. Vanic (not Vanir)

are MundiIfari, Mundiifara, Mani, Sol; Freyr’s servants: Byggvir, Beyla; F reya’s Valkyries. The following are not identified as either Vanir or fEsir: Hoenir, Kvasir, J orun, Helja.