Ancient Aliens 2013 – Viking Gods

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ANCIENT ALIENS AND THOR
ANCIENT ALIENS AND THE THOR VIKING GOD

One intriguing mythological figures in human history when analyzing ancient
aliens connection with past human evolution is one of the most well known
Norse gods named Thor, god of thunder, whom wielded a powerful
hammer-weapon that would allow him to destroy his enemies and protect
humanity from the giants who roamed the earth. To better understand why
Ancient Alien theory truly looks at this mythological figure as an intriguing
character for ancient alien influence, one must have a basic understanding of
who Thor was and his role on Earth, who his enemies were, and where his
majestic and mythical hammer (named Mjollnir) came from.

Thor, the Norse god of thunder, was the son of Odin who was very popular
among the Norse people. He required no sacrifice; and therefore, became a
liked and loved god who protected the people and the gods from their enemies.

known as giants who roamed the Earth. The Norse believed that Thor rode
through the heavens on a chariot pulled by two goats and said lighting
would flash every time he would throw his hammer (when thrown, the
hammer would return to him). This powerful weapon was said to be made
by two dwarfs named Brok and Eitiri, who made many magical objects for
the gods. In addition to his hammer, it was said that he wore a belt that
would double his strength and used iron gloves that helped him wield the
hammer.

Thor’s greatest enemy was a Midgard Serpent named Jormungand, who
would be killed on Ragnarok (“Doom of the gods” “Twilight of the Gods”)
but would also kill Thor by its venom. Midgard (“middle world”), according
to Norse mythology, was a defensive fortress which the gods build about
the middle portion of the earth allotted to men in order to protect mankind
from the giants. On Ragnarok, a “dooms day” of sorts, would be the day
that the giants and serpents would overtake and kill the Asgard, the home
and citadel of the gods, corresponding to Mount Olympus in Greek
mythology.