I have a similar futhark coin, but instead of the vegvisir it has a stylized Yggdrasill in the center. Oh sweet!! That sounds pretty awesome. I like the idea of getting a Yggdrasill ring sometime. If you like it that’s cool, nothing wrong with that, wear it proudly. But definitely one of those shops that throws “Viking” in front everything, even if it’s not. Like that “Viking” Vegvísir pendant, there’s nothing “Viking” Vigvisir Viking Compass Travel Far Never Get Lost T-Shirt about it from the symbol to the runes used. However, that shop also claims some Nazi symbols, like the black sun are Viking.
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Oof, I totally missed the black suns there. I’ve bought from them before and liked the quality of their jewelry, but it looks like I won’t be supporting them anymore. In all fairness, they are probably just a shop catering to the Pagan and Viking enthusiast crowd. They probably don’t realize it? Should be some time before the Vigvisir Viking Compass Travel Far Never Get Lost T-Shirt band wagon stops Vikings and the Last Kingdom are rolling high on ye olde Netflix Damn, I didn’t see that either and I got my vine mjolnir from there as well. I really, really want to hope it’s just a bad screw up rooted in misconceptions and not them vouching for neo-nazi bullshit. But, then again I try to see the best in everyone…
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Yeah any store that state the black sun is a viking symbol are truly full of shite. Vegvisir dates from the 17th century, and the black sun was created by the Nazis. You may be thinking of ziercheibe which can sometimes look similar to a black sun, our earliest examples we have are from 800BCE The Vegvísir is from the 1800s, Vigvisir Viking Compass Travel Far Never Get Lost T-Shirt but was written as a physical helmet centuries earlier. Edit: The Ægishjálmur was written as a helmet earlier sorry Really cool! But please keep in mind that the Vegvísir and Ægishjálmur are symbols from the 1800s, and not Viking age, but that doesn’t really matter, I guess.