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HOW ODIN LOST HIS EYE

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Adrian Bautista

on 28 July 2015

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Transcript of HOW ODIN LOST HIS EYE

retold by Catherine F. Sellew

frost giants
Blue Cloak
So, that's
HOW ODIN
LOST HIS
EYE
How Odin Lost His Eye
Odin
- supreme deity and eldest of all the gods
- looks like an old white-beard man.
- rides a horse named Sleipnir,
- also called All-Father (for he is father of all the gods)
2 ravens
Huginn - known as
"thought"
Muninn- known as "memory"
-bringing information to Odin
2 wolves
Geri and Freki
both meaning are ravenous or the greedy one
Elves
tiny people who lived
between
heaven and earth
lived in the heart
of the mountain
T

hey were the artists who painted the flowers and made the beds for the stream
T
hey took care all the
bees and butterflies
T
hey brought gentle rain and sun shine to the earth
They forged iron and metals, made tools and weapons
They dug gold and silver, and beautiful jewels out of the earth
Sometimes they even cut the
grain and ground the flour
for the farmers in the earth
The ones who brought cold and ice in the world
and shook the earth with anger.
Jotnar (enemy of Odin)
Balder
(also known as Baldr/Baldur)

God of Light and Purity
one of the son of Odin

reowned for his knowledge and wisdom
Mimir
He had seen sorrow and death as
well as joy. It was only the glorious promise at the end that gave him courage to go on.
Odin, the great king of the gods, became one-eyed
It is there to remind men and
women of the great sacrifice he made for them.
Submitted to:
Mrs. Remelin M. Matibag
-THE END-
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