Helm of Awe
Saturday, 03 December 2005 08:50
Written by Strandagaldur
Helm of Awe exists in various forms
though all are a variation of crosses with three-forked ends. It is mentioned in Eddic poetry and was a fear inducer and a protection against the abuse of power. It was to be carved in lead, and pressed on one´s forehead.
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