Ragnarok Picture

Chariots are leaving
I see the leaves falling
Winter and coldness
Freezing the rain

Fimbulvetr
Savage winter
Wolves chasing the sun and the moon

Heimdall blow your horn
Ragnarok will end us all

Gods awaiting the end of the world
The end of all
Ragnarok
The voices of chaos screaming
Through the halls of Åsgård
Gods awaiting the end of the world
The end of all

Life stops breathing
I watch the flowers wither
Tyr flying in vain
Groaning with pain

Nidhug dragon
Gnawing at the roots of Yggdrasil

Heimdall blow your horn
Loki's army shatters all

Gods awaiting the end of the world
The end of all
Ragnarok
The throes of pain screaming
Through the plains of Vigrid
Gods awaiting the end of the world
The end of all

Downfall of the gods
World serpent raises into the waves
Ragnarok will end us all
Evil calls - crushes all
Last army rides

Wintres worma Þonne won cymeð
Norðan onsendð

Blackness strangles the daybreak
Winter shouting with thunder
Bloodshed - murderers - ruins
Gods and goddesses plunder
The end of everyone and everything

Leaves' Eyes - Ragnarok


Ragnarok, in Norse mythology, was the predestined death of the Germanic gods. A three-year winter led to a final battle on the Vigrid Plain, where the gods and the frost giants fought the epic final battle. Ragnarok marks the end of the old world, and the beginning of the new, current world.

Odin, who had previously attempted to prevent Ragnarok from occuring, led the gods. They were assisted by the heroic dead, those who had died in glorious battle and had been taken to live in Valhalla and await the final battle. The frost giants were led by the fire god Loki and assisted by the unworthy dead who came from Hel, and by other monsters.

Two humans, Lif and Lifthrasir, hid in a sacred tree called Yggdrasil during the battle and didn't return until after the battle. When they emerged, they repopulated the Earth. Other survivors of Ragnarok included some of the gods, particularly Odin's brother Honir, Odin's sons Vidar and Vali, Thor's sons Modi and Magni. Another of Odin's sons, Balder, was revived from the dead after the battle.
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