Valknut (val-knoot) Necklace encased in a circular ring containing runic inscriptions.
The Valknut is also known as the ‘Knot of the Slain’ or ‘Hrungnir’s heart’. The symbol is made of interlocking triangles, which were a sacred symbol of Odin, the most revered god in Norse mythology.
This magical symbol was carved in the breast of all wounded warriors so that their souls would be carried into Valhalla by Valkyries, an enormous hall in Asgard where the warriors would feast with their gods for eternity.
The Vlaknut also symbolizes the battle within, where you are the warrior and life is the battlefield; you have to overcome the dark forces in your own life, allowing your spirit to thrive. While the exact meaning of the interlocking triangular shapes has not been decisively identified, the Valknut emblem is stills a symbol of courage, bravery, and perseverance in this life and the next, making it a perfect way to add some warrior spirit to any attire.