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Author:Nico, C. [Nico, C.]

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Published: 2014-05-20T16:00:00+00:00

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GULLVEIG / HEID

Gullveig (Lorenz Frolich)

Gullveig is a Vanir goddess who is touted as the first of the Vanir to come into contact with the Aesir gods. Her appearance and the events that followed it would be the spark of the war between the Vanir and Aesir gods. What we know of Gullveig come almost entirely from a few stanzas in the Voluspa, stanzas 21-25. The speaker of the poem recounts the first war in the world, which began when Gullveig came to the Aesir and was speared in the hall of Odin. After this she was burned thrice, and each time remained unscathed. Her apparent immortality is stressed as the speaker claims that she is alive “to this day.” After this, she was called Heid (famed, or bright), and she traveled to many places across the land. She prophesied among them, and was renowned for her powers. She conjured spirits and magic as well as she went. She remained always in an intense trance, and was a delight to “wicked” women.

 

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Author:Nico, C. [Nico, C.] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Nico, C. [Nico, C.]

Language: eng

Format: azw3

Published: 2014-05-20T16:00:00+00:00
GULLVEIG / HEID

Gullveig (Lorenz Frolich)

Gullveig is a Vanir goddess who is touted as the first of the Vanir to come into contact with the Aesir gods. Her appearance and the events that followed it would be the spark of the war between the Vanir and Aesir gods. What we know of Gullveig come almost entirely from a few stanzas in the Voluspa, stanzas 21-25. The speaker of the poem recounts the first war in the world, which began when Gullveig came to the Aesir and was speared in the hall of Odin. After this she was burned thrice, and each time remained unscathed. Her apparent immortality is stressed as the speaker claims that she is alive “to this day.” After this, she was called Heid (famed, or bright), and she traveled to many places across the land. She prophesied among them, and was renowned for her powers. She conjured spirits and magic as well as she went. She remained always in an intense trance, and was a delight to “wicked” women.

After this, Odin hurled his spear as the first war began. The enclosure of the Aesir was broken down, and the “warlike” Vanir took the advantage on the field. Soon after the Aesir gathered to discuss their options, and hold council. They had to make a choice between paying tribute to the Vanir (admission of defeat or wrong) or allowing the Vanir to live as equal Gods among them. From the rest of the lore we know the latter was what the Aesir ultimately chose.

The name Gullveig is often translated as “gold-lust” or “gold-greed,” yet there are many alternative translations of the word. These include Gold Might, Gold Fame, Gold Drink, Gold Bright, Gold Shine, Yellow Gold, Shining Gold, Clear Drink, Gold Glare, etc. Gullveig is also named as the delight of “wicked” women, a term which may also be misleading. The last line if stanza 22 is usually translated as “a joy to evil women she was” or “she was a joy to wicked women.” However, the word translated as evil, or wicked is the Old Norse or Old Icelandic “illrar,” the genitive singular feminine form of “illr.” This word can be translated as both evil and wicked, but can also mean “difficult” or “unpleasing.” Yet outside of dictionaries, these forms are rarely mentioned. It is my opinion that the translation of evil or wicked could be a harsh view of the meaning of the word itself in context.

For one, this line could have been interjected by the original Christian transcribers, in light of the Christian perspective on the evil of feminine prophetic and magical arts. Another possibility is that the word could denote women as difficult or unpleasing because their craft itself made them an outcast in the traditional society they were a part of. In this sense, they would not have been considered evil or wicked, but rather outside of the bounds of acceptable female roles. There is ample evidence in later writings that the traveling seidh

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