The God Óðinn (Odin)

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    Jackson CrawfordJackson Crawford

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    A short introduction to the surprisingly complex king of the gods in Norse myth.
    Dr. Jackson Crawford is Instructor of Nordic Studies and Nordic Program Coordinator at the University of Colorado Boulder (formerly UC Berkeley and UCLA). He is a historical linguist and an experienced teacher of Old Norse, Modern Icelandic, and Norwegian. Visit www.JacksonWCrawford.com
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Dennis Cowe
Dennis Cowe

I’m just here bc of God of War

Vor Monat
jedifrogmstr Odin-son
jedifrogmstr Odin-son

Ooooodinn......🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲🌲

Vor 3 Monate
Odinn Thor
Odinn Thor

Greetings

Vor 6 Monate
Arch Yeomans
Arch Yeomans

I've been to Iceland and have relatives there. I went when I was younger in the dead of winter. I enjoyed it but didn't know anything about Norse mythology and Snorri Sturluson. Now that I had become a Tolkien fan a few years ago and reading up on Norse mythology, I see exactly where Tolkien got his inspiration. He got it from literature such as the Icelandic Prose Edda. The name of the dwarves are also names used in The Hobbit as well in Lord of the Rings. As far as Odin is concerned, I had no idea he came from Troy. A common belief was held by the Romans as well. I also wonder how places like Byzantium influenced Norse Mythology.

Vor 6 Monate
Kelly Kelleher
Kelly Kelleher

Vor 7 Monate
odin
odin

Fantastic Video!

Vor 8 Monate
Jack Wolf
Jack Wolf

I'm a great fan of your work, Professor Crawford. Amazing stuff. Now eagerly awaiting you latest, which should go to print on Nov 20th according to Amazon ;-)

Vor 8 Monate
Joshua Lane
Joshua Lane

So I live in coal creek canyon just south of Nederland. There is a mountain here off twin spruce called Mt. Thorodin which is Thor & Odin in one word!

Vor 9 Monate
Grant Jarvis
Grant Jarvis

IMO Odin reminds of Stalin. A tyrant possessed to achieve his goals regardless of cost - the more the better cause he enjoyed the killing. A drunk like stalin too.

Vor 10 Monate
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

Odin advises sobriety in Havamal.

Vor 8 Monate
Koby Mathews
Koby Mathews

Everytime he says popular culture I'm pretty sure he's talking about Marvel😂

Vor 11 Monate
odin
odin

I love marvel and i also miss waffle crisps.....

Vor 8 Monate
Autumn Windwalker
Autumn Windwalker

The wooden staff thing is cool but poison would have been just as effective and probably less messy. LOL

Vor year
Mike, from Texas
Mike, from Texas

What do you think about the depiction of Odin in Neil Gaimans "American Gods" series?

Vor year
luffy dexter
luffy dexter

i have a friend that telled me odin is a good guy just don,t piss him off

Vor year
Manuel Magaña
Manuel Magaña

Is there anyway one day we could have a video explaining the differences between the anglo saxons and the vikings?

Vor year
Drew Olson
Drew Olson

How would Othinn be written using runes? Would it be elder or younger futhark?

Vor year
kerri blackman
kerri blackman

Those clouds!

Vor year
BombTubeJamz
BombTubeJamz

Feel like i could walk up to odin lol

Vor 7 Monate
Adrien Dupont
Adrien Dupont

The eddas are crap. Snorri just misrepresented the Nordic "religion"

Vor year
Goosecore
Goosecore

Yup, forgery to make Christians scared of the Old Gods. Trusting the eternal enemy of true European religion and traditions about European religion and tradition must really be "science" on a whole new low. It cant be taken serious. But sure, go ask your biggest enemy to write down a story of who you are when you arent around to defend yourself and see what type of a person he turns you into in his little story. I bet you it wont be a very nice read, it will spread a message that demonizes and distorts who you really are and were in his own selfish benefit.

Vor year
Aaron Lewis
Aaron Lewis

Shouldn't you be hunting orc?

Vor year
Hunter K
Hunter K

Good afternoon sir. Could you possibly provide a good source for the Saga of Harald Wartooth containing the story in which you reference. That would be immensely appreciated, thank you!

Vor year
Zombie Fool
Zombie Fool

Where is that?

Vor year
Samantha Hoesel
Samantha Hoesel

How would I translate Óðinn into the younger Futhark?

Vor year
King Cnut Est 1016
King Cnut Est 1016

Interesting, "wode" in Old English also means mad, crazy or insane. Wode>Woden.

Vor 2 years
widhbnw efDwdwDW
widhbnw efDwdwDW

wode is still in English. Just no one uses it

Vor 10 Monate
Faramund
Faramund

Woodchip we haven “woeden” in Dutch which actually means “anger”. And somebody is “woedend” if they’re “furious”.

Vor year
Tyler Watson
Tyler Watson

Hello from Australia, Doc. Would you consider wearing a lapel mic or switching up your audio setup? I can't hear very well and your videos can sometimes be very quiet. Cheers, T.

Vor 2 years
Eldr 84
Eldr 84

I thought Odin wore blue? I appreciate your work and channel. Heil from Italy.

Vor 2 years
Sunshine&SilverArrow
Sunshine&SilverArrow

Thank you! 🌞

Vor 2 years
Brigette Brinton
Brigette Brinton

Oh look! Hel, Fenris, and a Jotun disliked this video.

Vor 2 years
Blonde Rider
Blonde Rider

Does W(u)otan has anything to do "satan" ? I heard these two words were related. Anybody knows?

Vor 2 years
Blonde Rider
Blonde Rider

Sarah Gray "s-t-n" ( consonant) as the root word doesn't come from Hebrew*, it comes from one of these Proto- Indo- European languages, I believe it's Sanskrit. Old Norse belongs to that group. Hebrew language (or rather the script) was created during Hellenistic era and its vocabulary is mocked from different West Asiatic languages. Ppl get confused because they think that Hebraic alphabetical characters represent the same language. 'Satan' as a mythological / religious character from the bible has got its reputation from misinterpretation of original Hebraic text. this is also the reason why this and other "symbolic descriptions" are transliterated and Latinized/westernized instead of being translated according to proper grammatical form and the true meaning of the root word.

Vor 2 years
Max Svensson
Max Svensson

No they have nothing to do with each other. Completely different language groups, religions, continents, cultures and traditions.

Vor 2 years
Tokyo Viking
Tokyo Viking

Spectacular scenery. Thank you

Vor 2 years
YezPls
YezPls

I dont trust these stories about how Odin wanted men to die to fight a fight he already knew was lost. Odin was wise, he wouldnt waste time like that. Besides, when you find answers online to "what happens after Ragnarok?" like this: "Most gods die during the battle together with the evil and the two people are left to repopulate the world" one cant stop himself from thinking that it sounds just like a priest made this up to fool pagans into becoming Christians and thinking that Adam and Eve were those 2 people. It wasnt pagans that wrote these things down, remember that. It was Christians, and taking that into consideration you must be critical to things like this which could be used as clear propaganda tools for conversion.

Vor 2 years
Goosecore
Goosecore

@Cin Coy Every European would embrace the old Gods, or at least shun invading religions, if they knew more about these things. If they knew that this was their true roots and that it's not a fantasy or just made up silly stories as we are told. The pagan European heritage has the key to our ancestors views off the world, themselves and life. It is important knowledge and sadly with roughly 1000 years of Christian domination most people are clueless, despite being part of Christian cultures which are heavily influenced/molded after pre-Christian traditions and morals.

Vor year
Goosecore
Goosecore

@Jason Roberts Just because there is no written source material found does not mean that it did not exist or exists somewhere. You came to a false conclusion.

Vor year
Jason Roberts
Jason Roberts

If the Vikings really wanted to preserve their religion, they should've written it down themselves, not left it to the Christians to do, @Goosecore .

Vor year
Goosecore
Goosecore

@Carmicha3l Would you trust your mortal enemy on telling you the truth about a religion they regarded as satanic and evil? I wouldnt. The early Christians had no morals at all when it came to defiling and spitting on Old Norse religion or any deviation of the "true faith". Clearly they would forge, discredit and destroy evidence of anything good that came out of Old Norse and in general pre-Christian religion. Despite this, Christianity was molded into a European shape, lining up high festivals and celebrations to almost match those of the previous traditions. Christianity was a plague that sadly infected Europe and its people.

Vor year
Austin Wilkerson Music
Austin Wilkerson Music

Dr. Crawford, thanks for another wonderful video! I've noticed that, whenever discussing Odin, you seem to focus heavily on the battle and cunning aspects of his personality without really delving into the mystical or artistic sides. While for most people these are the chief aspects of his character, as a musician I'm reminded that Odin was also a figure who gifted us with magic and poetry and, perhaps most crucially, the moment of artistic inspiration and the impulse to create (and destroy). As a dedicated viewer, artist/musician, and amateur scholar, I'd love to hear your thoughts on these aspects of Odin's character. Thanks and cheers from Kentucky!

Vor 2 years
Austin Wilkerson Music
Austin Wilkerson Music

For example, off the top of my head: Odin's sacrifice of himself unto himself in order to perceive the runes is an apt description of the artistic process (or at least *my* artistic process). Furthermore, the name "Mad One" perfectly describes the state or trance one enters into when trying to compose music or poetry. Just some of my ideas. What do you think? Thanks again!

Vor 2 years
Louise R
Louise R

Love the shirt! And the location is stunning.

Vor 2 years
David Riggs
David Riggs

Hail Óðinn, the Allfather!

Vor 2 years
odin
odin

The all father hails you!

Vor 8 Monate
Erika MacKelvie
Erika MacKelvie

Where specifically is this? I live in CO and would love to go hiking where you filmed this one.

Vor 2 years
Luke Ranieri
Luke Ranieri

Fascinating! Thanks, Dr. Crawford!

Vor 2 years
Jack Inglisc
Jack Inglisc

"A complicated and dangerous figure" - just like you then! :) :) :) see; "If you knew Odin like I know Woden;" Enjoy or ridicule, as you please. :)

Vor 2 years
Chris W
Chris W

See my petri dish Earth videos. Know this world is indeed made from a giant and that giants are very real. HAIL ODIN

Vor 2 years
Chris W
Chris W

I died for my knowledge. I went Asystole while I was partially spinally decapitated. Got a pacemaker now. Got my whole neck fused anterior and posterior. When it happened my mind started filling with the truth of this world. I cannot escape it. It keeps coming in. I also saw in the sky then "4 years ago" what is called "The Wild Hunt".

Vor 2 years
Prophesy Theorist
Prophesy Theorist

The Mad One is fitting. Even if it doesn't necessarily mean anger. He was honest though, and even has been said to admit to over drinking and womanizing.

Vor 2 years
Jack Inglisc
Jack Inglisc

Lars - I have known few men who were wholy honest about their encounters with women; how about you? :)

Vor 2 years
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

it's known as humble bragging. It's a very drengr thing to do

Vor 2 years
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

Honest is not an epitaph I would assign to Odin! He's very well versed in the art of deception and tricking people. Also outright lying if that's what it takes. He's also usually disguised and goes under a pseudonym when he's out and about. Thor is honest and straightforward. Odin? Not so much.

Vor 2 years
Jack Inglisc
Jack Inglisc

LoL.. Agreed :)

Vor 2 years
Prophesy Theorist
Prophesy Theorist

Jack Ingish hahahaha at least he was when he owned up to overdrinking and womanizing

Vor 2 years
Gary Chynne
Gary Chynne

if i ever get another cat i think i'll call 'im oden. no really that's how i spell it. harharhar. thank yew gare

Vor 2 years
Anthony Hargis
Anthony Hargis

Always interesting and educational, Professor. Love the videos.

Vor 2 years
Allan Johnson
Allan Johnson

Those sleeves are killing me

Vor 2 years
Jack Inglisc
Jack Inglisc

:)

Vor 2 years
Stefan Schneider
Stefan Schneider

The most beautiful mountain scenery so far!

Vor 2 years
Swínhelm
Swínhelm

Best view so far.

Vor 2 years
Douglas Schmitt
Douglas Schmitt

Stunning backdrop!

Vor 2 years
inregionecaecorum
inregionecaecorum

Didn't the Romans equate Odin/Woden/Wotan with Mercury, hence we have Wednesday in English, and Mercredi in French. Also in German Wut means anger, very close to Wotan in sound don't you think?

Vor 2 years
Sue Wagner
Sue Wagner

Ansuz the 4th rune, Wednesday the 4th day...

Vor 2 years
Stefan Schneider
Stefan Schneider

Correct (I am German). In Old High German texts it is said "W(u)otan ist Wut" (fury),

Vor 2 years
Taste Sking
Taste Sking

what do you think of survive the jive's talk on odin?

Vor 2 years
Jack Inglisc
Jack Inglisc

Intellectually informative.

Vor 2 years
iStxr
iStxr

Do you know Latin?

Vor 2 years
Jonassoe
Jonassoe

Have you ever read the Valhalla comics by Peter Madsen? In these, Odin is often portrayed as wise and cunning, but also as a character of questionable moral values. Despite the fact that he's the king of the gods, it's often difficult to portray him as a particularly dignified character if you want to be faithful to the source material, so the comic just has some fun with the character instead.

Vor 2 years
Max Svensson
Max Svensson

Compared to the Greek Gods the Scandinavian Gods have more of a goal with their behaviour. While Zeus can be just selfish Odin is Cruel to a higher end, if to get his hand on the mead of poetry or to build his army in preparation for Ragnarök.

Vor 2 years
Raven Blood
Raven Blood

Yep, as Soon as he said "Slepinir" it sounded like Sleipnir's hooves beating through the sky! ( Apparently the mic is right on key with the wind) again, thanks Mr. Jackson!

Vor 2 years
Steed
Steed

I've met Woden. And no, I don't mean that figuratively. The reports in the sagas are genuine.

Vor 2 years
Long Legged Mac Daddy
Long Legged Mac Daddy

Should we believe all the people that claim to have been visited by Jesus and angels too?

Vor year
Preußischer Jäger
Preußischer Jäger

I have seen an odd lady who looked as though she was wearing old victorian era clothing, and looked as though she had cried earlier with makeup on. She was on an ATV trail deep in the middle of no where and had asked me and another person on the trip where a highway was, we lived near the highway but it was FAR away from that trail, walking wise. I do not know who this was, or what it was, but this still makes me think to this day. I have also seen a shadow person dead on in my vision one time, removing the possibility that it was simply a corner of the eye illusion. I as well used to be a die hard atheist, even after these encounters, however as of now I am far more accepting of occult experiences such as these as it too would be unscientific to simply deny them (well the lady is arguable, but not the shadow person). I have also seen other experiences. I hope to see something relating to a god however, as everything so far was definitely out of worldly, but not necessarily godly.

Vor year
5280 Coaching
5280 Coaching

Wow. Amazing story. Thanks for posting. Odin is cool.

Vor year
Wodan Rides
Wodan Rides

i have a bridge for sale @people in this comment thread.

Vor year
Matheus Turl
Matheus Turl

Can you describe his face? Was he like in the ancient descriptions like one eyed bearded old man?

Vor year
Tina
Tina

That place is gorgeous. The stories in the Eddas about Oðin remind me why I like Þor so much more.

Vor 2 years
Swínhelm
Swínhelm

So the idea of Vikings wearing horned helmets came from Wagner? I was wondering about that.

Vor 2 years
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

There are no "old German myths". In the late 19th Century there was a wave of fascination with the old and the original known as romanticism. When this wave gripped German artists they eagerly went looking for old German myths and found ... nothing. So they borrowed the old norse myths and gods and gave them "Germanic" sounding names which they thought sounded cool and romantic, like Wotan. Wagner brewed a stew out of these operatic "German gods" and put horns on their helmets and injected some made up German heroes with names like Brünhilde and Sigmund! It was these phony Wagnerian "German" gods and heroes that so enthralled Hitler BTW. But they were all knicked from old norse mythology or made up in the late 19th century by artists and poets to satisfy an need for something old and original that could unite the recent construction known as The Bundesrepublik (of Germany). Wotan is a romantic Wagnerian opera "god" that has no place in real mythology. It was a desperate attempt at inventing a common (and glorious) past. Something which was original and German. The truth is that Germany had been Christian at least since the West Roman empire crumbled in the 5th Century! And then of course came the Holy Roman Empire. They never knew or worshipped the norse gods.

Vor 2 years
Max Svensson
Max Svensson

1) There is no such myths. 2) Scandinavia didn't adapt anything. 3) What is Old German? It is contradictory since Germany is a modern political creation. You probably mean continental Germanic myths.

Vor 2 years
Swínhelm
Swínhelm

Are there surviving myths where he's the king of the gods rather than Odin? I thought that was just speculation

Vor 2 years
mejlaification
mejlaification

Thank you yet again, Doctor. Fancy shirt and a great view. I sometimes imagine this is similar to how ancient Scandinavia looked like :D

Vor 2 years
syyskuu
syyskuu

Dr. Crawford sir! I'd like to implore you to enable captions (automatic) in your videos. It's very easy to listen to, definitely, but captions always make following a whole video a much "lighter" experience for me. Anyhow, love your vids. :)

Vor 2 years
syyskuu
syyskuu

Wonderful, thanks for your informative reply Kate! :)

Vor 2 years
Kate Elliott
Kate Elliott

This is being worked on--there's 3 people going through videos and painstakingly captioning manually, as the automatic stuff is garbage for this kind of content.

Vor 2 years
josephrainer
josephrainer

It seems to me by those descriptions that Odin was (at least in a way) the representation of Death himself, like the Death figure we have today - hooded, with a scythe, coming to reape someone's soul. A spear that never misses, a horse that runs faster than any other horse, seems all a metaphor for the inevitability of Death, and how it can happen so suddenly.

Vor 2 years
BombTubeJamz
BombTubeJamz

My question is Where did the gods come from and how they get their abilities, did a different race create them before disapearing, i guess odin an thor was sitting up there with zues, enki and enlil , while other alien races was every where in the multiverses that gods made the multiverse with eachother some how i guessing

Vor 7 Monate
Autumn Windwalker
Autumn Windwalker

Psychopomp, yes.

Vor year
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

I came to the exact same conclusion only a couple of nights ago! There is an aura of death around Odin. Something dark, foreboding and inevitable.

Vor 2 years
Ét ö
Ét ö

It’s quite proper that he seeks to escape his inevitable death at any cost, doing to others what he fears the most.

Vor 2 years
Max Svensson
Max Svensson

But just the warriors death. He is the demons that haunt all soldiers the rest of their lives.

Vor 2 years
Third Eye Awake
Third Eye Awake

Uh yes more of these mountain views please

Vor 2 years
Richard DeLotto
Richard DeLotto

Volume issues again...

Vor 2 years
Hurf Derfman
Hurf Derfman

As always Doc, thanks for the info!

Vor 2 years
Golden Dreams
Golden Dreams

Wonder if there any less known Norse gods?

Vor 2 years
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

Yes, plenty. But we don't know very much about them. For obvious reasons.

Vor 2 years
Jack Inglisc
Jack Inglisc

LoL, nice :)

Vor 2 years
Swínhelm
Swínhelm

Nerthus is cognate with Njord, which would suggest that they're the same figure except Nerthus is a feminine name. Vor, Sjofn and several other goddesses are thought to have just been different names for Frigg/Freya that Snorri Sturluson mistakenly listed as separate figures. Dr. Crawford talks about this in one of his videos, although I can't remember which.

Vor 2 years
Dave H
Dave H

More than were recorded by Snorri. I can think of three offhand Eir, the gods' doctor; Vor, (goddess of wisdom; and a goddess of love named Sjofn. None of their stories seem to have survived. For a large list of Northern gods, see: "A Dictionary of Northern Mythology" by Rudolf Simek, Translated by Angela Hall. Rudolf Simek is Professor of Medieval German and Scandinavian literature at the University of Bonn in Germany.

Vor 2 years
Zander Tyrsson
Zander Tyrsson

There are Several gods in the Germanic Pantheon that do not appear in Norse mythology. Mannus, Tuisto (Tuisco), Zisa, and Nerthus, are some examples

Vor 2 years
BrownTown
BrownTown

Doc, do you hike to these places? Or do you ride up there? Definitely loving the "favorite places" videos you've been doing. I live in Utah, so pretty similar terrain. It's been inspiring to go do more hiking than usual haha.

Vor 2 years
Travis Petit
Travis Petit

Very informative videos thank you for making them.

Vor 2 years
Julia Connell
Julia Connell

thanks Dr Crawford, interesting as usual - Harold Wartooth being beaten to death with a wooden staff (even if it is wielded by Odin himself) doesn't exactly sound like a noble death in battle -

Vor 2 years
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

Basically meeting Odin is bad news if you want to live. Death tends to be imminent one way or another.

Vor 2 years
Julia Connell
Julia Connell

killed by Odin - (already said ("even if it is wielded by Odin himself")) - by being beaten to death with a wooden staff hardly counts as being killed in battle surely - even if the noble death is a later addition

Vor 2 years
Tina
Tina

But killed by Oðin himself.

Vor 2 years
Colin Thomson
Colin Thomson

Is it true that Odin had a thunderbolt weapon just like Zeus had, although it was more like a spear? And the weapon of both Gods were created by 3 Cyclops?* If true, where do you think this link comes from? *I'm finding it hard to find out information about Odins weapon but I found 1 source that mentions 3 Cyclops created it Edit: I should have watched the video first! Sorry. It was created by 3 Dwarves. Still it seems close to Zeus.

Vor 2 years
Lars Pallesen
Lars Pallesen

I think looking for "the Norse version of Venus, Aphrodite and Ishtar" is an unhelpful way to go about it. You just end up squeezing some Norse gods and godesses into a cookie cutter form where they don't belong. The old norse didn't just "translate" Greek or Roman gods. They had their own.

Vor 2 years
Taste Sking
Taste Sking

Colin Thomson - as far as i have heard (research it for yourself to be sure) there is enough evidence to connect Thor, Zeus, Jupiter and others as descendants of the PIE god's name Dyews-Pitr. all having lightning or being the head of the pantheon. then germanic people started worhipping odin and gave him many of thor's titles as the chief god. i would guess the timeline puts dyews pitr at around 4000bc and odin becomming popular in germanic cultures around like 500bc. dont trust me on this.

Vor 2 years
Sergey Mikhailov
Sergey Mikhailov

Odin is a shaman. There were many Odins, by the way.

Vor 2 years
colin Paterson
colin Paterson

A symbolic explanation of Gugnir, the spear of Odinn, is that it represents his will and that anything that he sets his mind to he achieves i.e. it never misses it's mark. Also Sleipnir, the eight legged horse, represents the four pall bearers carring a coffin so another association to death.

Vor 2 years
Colin Thomson
Colin Thomson

Timothy Dexter - I'm not saying they are the same. But the fact 3 supernatural creatures created their weapons, and the weapons are obviously special, seemed like relevent information. Obviously I was more excited when I thought 3 Cyclops created both weapons! Which was in a source I found.

Vor 2 years
pedestrian0101
pedestrian0101

I wonder, if I dresses in all grey with a wide brimmed hat for Halloween how many people would catch the reference. I have a friend that could do the eye scarring with gelatin

Vor 2 years
pedestrian0101
pedestrian0101

Gaius Baltar I'd modernized it a bit. Grey combat pants and t shirt, boonie hat. Maybe put a bayonet on a stick. XD

Vor 2 years
Gaius Baltar
Gaius Baltar

They'd just think you're Gandalf, but it's fine, because he's based on Odin too.

Vor 2 years
Caramel Conundrum
Caramel Conundrum

Great video! Thanks!

Vor 2 years
ayy lmao
ayy lmao

You definitely live in a painting

Vor 2 years
ANIME crue
ANIME crue

😂😂😃😃

Vor 7 Monate

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