ÞRÍR: Serpents in the Mist
ÞRÍR (thrir/three) is a significant number in Norse mythology: the three Norns carving the threads of destiny as they rule over the past, the present, and the future; the three roots of the world-tree Yggdrasill where Óðinn is said to have sacrificed himself, to himself; and the three years without summer that will herald the coming of Ragnarǫk and the end (and rebirth) of the world.
The songs of Draugablíkk’s ÞRÍR: Serpents in the Mist blend east and west, death and war, and myth and history, to reflect the widely traveled world of the Vikings, the Rus’, the Varangians, the Goths, and those who came before them.
- Serpents in the Mist (Tíl Valhǫll)
- To Særkland and Back Again
- From the Ashes of Aujum