Right. Norse mythology is similar to Teutonic mythology in the same sense that Greek and Roman myths are similar. Not too familiar with Teutonic lore, but I believe my statement is generally correct.It is generally held that the Norse myths are part of a larger family of myths called Germanic mythology.
I don't understand why we almost gave you a heart attack? (LOL!) It was just a question that you explained quite well. Oh well, I'm glad you recovered! I'm going to look into the books here, they sound like very good reads.Okay, I think I've recovered a bit.
There are some great books on both Celtic and Norse myths that may dispel some confusion.
Two classics are Myths and Legends of the Celtic Race by T. W. Rolleston
and Myths and Legends of the Norsemen by H. A. Guerber.
Some of what they say may be out of date, but they are very heavy on story and less on complicated analysis and facts.
They are wide in scope and act as fun introductions.
I don't understand why we almost gave you a heart attack? (LOL!) It was just a question that you explained quite well. Oh well, I'm glad you recovered! I'm going to look into the books here, they sound like very good reads.
Oh my education is concentrated in mythological creatures no one culture in specific but defiantly, but i know plenty sense to know about the creatures one has to study about the myths and the combination of lore between countriesSorry, I scare easily.
It is like that time i purchased a rune pendant. The salesperson told me it was Celtic.
Celtic?! It is Germanic I responded. The Celts gave us the Ogham script, not the Runes!
Oh the horror!
Me and my pedantry! Not that i am above making mistakes as well.