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Published: 2015-02-26T16:00:00+00:00

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The Mead of Poetry

At the end of the Aesir-Vanir War, we saw that the two tribes called for a truce and signed a peace treaty with their combined spit. From this vat of spittle, emerged a being, whom they named Kvasir, which means ‘Fermented Berry Juice’. It may seem rather disturbing to you and me, but the wisdom of choosing peace over war gave rise to the birth of the one of the wisest beings the world has ever seen. There no question that Kvasir did not have an answer to, and there was no riddle he could not solve. His wisdom made him famous; people sought him out to get his advice, from whom they should marry to how they could gain wealth.

Kvasir took to travelling the world, wandering from place to place and offering his counsel wherever it was needed. His fame made sure that people welcomed him and looked after him; he was rarely in want of anything. Once, it so happened that two dwarves, by the names of Fjalar – meaning ‘Deceiver’ – and Galar – meaning ‘Screamer’ – invited him to their home. Thinking they wanted his counsel as so many others did, Kvasir accepted their invitation and went to their abode.

 

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Author:Jackson, Roy [Jackson, Roy] , Date: June 6, 2019

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Author:Jackson, Roy [Jackson, Roy]

Language: eng

Format: azw, epub

Publisher: Healing Habits Publishing, LLC

Published: 2015-02-26T16:00:00+00:00
The Mead of Poetry

At the end of the Aesir-Vanir War, we saw that the two tribes called for a truce and signed a peace treaty with their combined spit. From this vat of spittle, emerged a being, whom they named Kvasir, which means ‘Fermented Berry Juice’. It may seem rather disturbing to you and me, but the wisdom of choosing peace over war gave rise to the birth of the one of the wisest beings the world has ever seen. There no question that Kvasir did not have an answer to, and there was no riddle he could not solve. His wisdom made him famous; people sought him out to get his advice, from whom they should marry to how they could gain wealth.

Kvasir took to travelling the world, wandering from place to place and offering his counsel wherever it was needed. His fame made sure that people welcomed him and looked after him; he was rarely in want of anything. Once, it so happened that two dwarves, by the names of Fjalar – meaning ‘Deceiver’ – and Galar – meaning ‘Screamer’ – invited him to their home. Thinking they wanted his counsel as so many others did, Kvasir accepted their invitation and went to their abode.

Kvasir’s innocent belief of inherent goodness in people was his downfall – barely had he set one foot into the home of the two dwarves before they slew him and used his blood to brew mead. It was not long before the redness of his blood turned into the soft, thick, mead – which had special properties to boot! The mead, which was really Kvasir’s blood, contained all his wisdom and his knowledge. It meant that anybody who would drink it would become as wise as him and turn into a poet or scholar.

The mead was named Óðrœrir, or ‘Stirrer of Inspiration’ and the two dwarves guarded it jealously.

Obviously, the disappearance of such a prominent god was not going to go unnoticed. Kvasir’s wisdom and his knowledge were infamous and people were always in need of his help. So when he vanished, the gods tried to figure out where he went and questioned the people he was last seen with – Fjalar and Galar. The two obviously could not admit to their crime; they claimed, instead, that Kvasir had choked on his own wisdom. The gods were confused and unhappy at this bizarre turn of events, but they accepted the lie that the two dwarves fed them and returned to their realms.

Killing Kvasir had not ended the blood thirst of the dwarves. It seemed that killing was a sport to them, for soon after Kvasir’s murder, they took a giant – Gilling – out to the sea, where they drowned him. They made merry over the bubbling sound of his breath dying out. When Gilling’s wife found out and wept for him, they became irritated with her cries and pleas, they killed her too. They tied a huge millstone to the doorway of her

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