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Forums -> Norse Paganism -> Dvergar

Dvergar
By: / Beginner
Post # 1
What would be a good offering to the Dvergar? I've been feeling pulled to them for a reason I have not been able to pinpoint.
I have no experience with them and am unsure of how to move forward. I'm interested in seeing what they want, but am unsure how to approach them.
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Re: Dvergar
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Post # 2

I havent read or heard of too many things pertaining to offerings or altars to the Dvergar, but i do know that the Dvergar Andvari, the Dvergar of whom's hoard loki took, along with his ring is sometimes honored. Some people tend to say he is more fond of humans than other Dvergar.

Heres an online shrine that has an offerings page and some other things:

http://www.northernpaganism.org/shrines/andvari/gifts.html

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Re: Dvergar
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 3

Some ideas to get you started

  • Drinks (such as ales and mead)
  • Hardy meats
  • Breads
  • Stones
  • Metals
  • Jewlrey
  • Fine crafts
  • Carved wood

Physical acts, such as taking up a craft and learning how to make things with your hands, can be seen as pleasing to them. Offering them things you have carved or made yourself is a good approach. Of course, things like money and gold and fine gems are all appreciated greatly by them.

In the past, when I've made an offering to one of them, I've often carved something out of wood and buried it in the ground (as opposed to burning it as I normally do) since they are very earthy.

Read more about Raven K's impression of them here:

http://www.northernshamanism.org/duergar.html

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