The Norse God Odin was the main Viking god. The All-Father God Odin had two wolf companions named Geri and Freki: meaning "Greedy" and "Ravenous." They follow Odin wherever he goes. Wolf warriors like Geri and Freki were not mere animals but mythical beings. They completed Odin in ways Odin was lacking. The Wolf is the traditional spirit guide of the hunger, warrior, and magician.
The wolf represents a dual nature of nurturing and destruction. On one side, the wolf is the living embodiment of fury, chaos, and brute wildness. In contrast, the symbol of the wolf also represents one of the most intelligent, loyal, and sociable of animals, living and hunting in a cooperative family-based pack. While the wildness of the wolf is its greatest strength, it is its intelligence that is a wolf's best asset which will temper, balance, and direct its fierce nature into positive action.
This design shows the wolf in its dual nature in a yin and yang like design surrounded by the magical runes of the Vikings.
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