Warriors and Pagans - Leather Bracelets

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For ages, Warriors of all kinds brought amulets or bracelets with strong symbols to the front. Here is a selection of Ancient to Modern symbols you want to bring along for good fortune and strength in battle!

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Here they are :

- MJÖLNIR : the hammer of the thunder god Thor in Norse mythology, used both as a devastating weapon and as a divine instrument to provide blessings.

- ULLR : Ullr is a handsome hunting winter-god, the son of the goddess Sif, and the stepson of the thunder-god, Thor. Ullr possesses warrior-like attributes and is called upon for aid in individual combat.

- VELES : is a major Slavic god of earth, waters, livestock, and the underworld. His attributes are wet, wooly, hairy (bearded), dark and he is associated with cattle, the harvest, wealth, music, magic, and trickery.

- VEGVISIR : The Vegvisir, also known as the runic compass or the Viking compass/Nordic compass made of eight Viking rune staves, is a symbol of protection and guidance believed to be used as a compass by Vikings. The word vegvisir means ‘wayfinder’ and ‘sign post’ in Icelandic language.

- CERNUNNOS : In Gallo-Roman religion, Cernunnos was a deity depicted with antlers, seated cross-legged, and is associated with stags, horned serpents, dogs, bulls, and rats.

- TEMPLAR CROSS : Templar knights, in their distinctive white mantles with a red cross, were amongst the most skilled fighting units of the Crusades. The red cross that the Templars wore on their robes was a symbol of martyrdom, and to die in combat was considered a great honour that assured a place in heaven.

- BEAR : To the Vikings, the bear was an important symbol believed to be Sacred to the Viking God, Odin. The Norse bear symbol is believed to have inspired berserkers, who represent the most popular and the best-known class of the Vikings. It is believed that a Berserker gained not only the bear’s spirit but also its bravery, which is why this class of Vikings was known as the bravest warriors and the real champions from the Viking Age. And so, before going into battle, the berserkers would take on the spirit and the essence of the bears.

- VALKNUT : The Valknut (pronounced “VAL-knoot”) is one of the most widely-discussed yet enigmatic of all of the symbols that appear in connection with Norse mythology. Visually, it’s comprised of three interlocking triangles. Archaeologically, it appears on several runestones and pictorial memorial stones that date from the Viking Age and stand on the Swedish island of Gotland, as well as on grave goods from the Oseberg ship burial in Norway.[1] Its name isn’t mentioned in any period sources; valknut is a modern Norwegian compound word that means “knot of those fallen in battle” and was introduced by Norwegians who lived long after the Viking Age.

- PUNISHER : Derived from the well known Comics, this skull have become even more famous when Chris Kyle and his team started to paint it on their plate carriers.

- PREDATOR : The Yautja,[2][3][4][5] (pronounced Ya-OOT-ja[6]), known colloquially as the Predators or Hunters, are an extraterrestrial species characterized by their hunting of other dangerous species for sport and honor, including humans. The Yautja are a sentient, humanoid race that breathe an atmosphere similar to that of Earth's, but possess a level of technological advancement far in excess of anything available to humans. The Predators stalk and kill their prey using a combination of highly advanced technology, such as active camouflage and energy weapons, combined with comparatively primitive traditional weapons, such as blades, spears and nets.

- ROYAL : to satisfy your inner King