Norse prayer is a form of religious worship and communication with the gods and goddesses of the pre-Christian Norse pantheon, which includes deities such as Odin, Thor, Freyja, and Loki. Norse prayer often involves offerings and sacrifices, such as the burning of incense, the pouring of mead, or the sacrificing of animals, in exchange for blessings or favors from the gods. The language used in Norse prayer is typically Old Norse, and the prayers themselves vary depending on the occasion or the deity being honored. Some prayers may be recited during daily activities, while others are reserved for specific festivals or rituals. Despite the fact that Norse paganism is not a widespread religion today, there has been a revival of interest in Norse mythology and religion in recent years, and many people continue to practice Norse prayer and worship in various forms.
Please read the prayers below which will provide guidance for Norse Prayer.May God Bless You!
Norse Prayer 1
My Father Lo,
There do I see my Mother and My Brothers and my Sisters Lo, There do I see the line of my people back to the begining Lo, They do call to me They bid me take my place among them in the halls of Valhalla Where thine enemies have been vanquished Where the brave shall live Forever Nor shall we mourn but rejoice for those that have died the glorious death.