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💎 Jormungandr as the ouroboros
💎 Inscribed with the Futhark rune alphabet
💎 Reflects ideas of fate and destiny
💎 Unusual and striking design
👑This product can be crafted in Gold (Contact Us)
What does this jewelry represent?
The ouroboros is a common symbol across cultures. An unending serpent holding its own tail in its mouth, it represents the endless circle of birth, death, and renewal.
In Viking culture, the ouroboros is Jormungandr, the mighty serpent that lives in the waters that surround Midgard. It is so big that it encircles the entire world and holds its own tail in its mouth.
According to the prophecy of Ragnarok, the Norse apocalypse, only at the end of days will Jormungandr drop his tail and emerge from the water.
He will then fight to the death with Thor. The god of thunder will kill Jormungandr, but not before the serpent spews so much venom onto Thor that he kills the god.
As such, for the Vikings, Jormungandr represented the inevitability of fate.
The Norse runes were also associated with fate and destiny, as the Norns, the Norse fates, wrote the destiny of men onto the bark of Yggdrasil.
This striking ring combines these symbols, with a two-headed snake design inscribed with the Futhark rune alphabet.
: Bronze Weight
Materials : Bronze
Made In Ukraine