Ullr - Introduction and Sources


  • Germanics Anonymous

    Ullr "Wulþuz" (the glorious one) is a beautiful god within the Æsir that would best be described as a warrior and ruler among gods. Associated with archery and snowshoes/skiis, Ullr is a major god, however, much of his lore is lost. His ring is an ultimate symbol to swear oaths upon; his place of refuge Ýdalir the holy forest of Yew trees; and the number of places named after him within Norway and Sweden give credence to his place within traditional germanic paganism. The son of Sif and stepson of Thor, Ullr is invoked in times of glory: a duel, a silent place in the forest, a grand hunt.

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