For the Vikings, Yggdrasil was what held the world together.
Also known as the tree of life, each of the nine worlds of the Norse cosmos were nestled in her branches and roots.
Yggdrasil connected these Norse worlds, but also kept them apart, protecting Midgard, the world of men, from Jotunheim, the land of the giants.
The Norns, the Norse fates, sat at the roots of Yggdrasil and inscribed the fates of men into her bark using the runes.
For the giants, Yggdrasil not only represented life itself, but also the interconnectivity of all things.
Actions have consequences, and small actions can have far reaching results.
This stylish Yggdrasil pendant invokes both the life-giving forces of the universe, but the interconnectivity of all things within the universe, and the fact that actions have consequences.
Carry this powerful symbol with you in distinctive Viking style.