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Mjölnir is the hammer of Thor, who temporary was known as the Major God in Germanic paganism, especially with free farmers and warriors. Swedish jarls and kings on the contrary mostly took Odin as their Major God. In mythology the dwarf Brokk forged Mjölnir. It was said that Mjölnir, when thrown, would never fail its aim. Using this fearsome weapon Thor defeated the giants that always threatened the Vanir and Æsir. Today Mjölnir is known as jewellery and talisman, but most of all as a symbol for paganism and atheism in a Christian environment.
The Mjölnir is hand-forged from three pieces.
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