Pagan Origin of Days of the Week

Be My Friend – Pagan Origin of Days of the Week, Word Etiology Many of the names of the days of the week in English are come from Norse and Germanic gods and the goddess of love; Thor, Odin, Fryia & Tyr. This video was produced by Psychetruth PsycheTruth is empowered by TubeMogul © Copyright 2008 Zoe Sofia. All Rights Reserved. This video may be displayed in public, copied and redistributed for any strictly non-commercial use in its entire unedited form. Alteration or commercial use is strictly prohibited.
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25 thoughts on “Pagan Origin of Days of the Week

  1. check these vids out ‘lil wayne and drake suck’ & ‘cain velasquez theme song” tykes

  2. “freyja is always depicted as having blonde hair and blue eyes” *close up* that part raised a smile still seems odd to me that people dont know where the names of our days come from, and for that matter our hours. very well put together!

  3. Who gives a shit, really about Saturday, or Sunday anyway? Christianity is as pagan as ancient Rome, and the jews are crroked b******s running our banks And dont start me on the creepy muzlimz

  4. tyr gave his hand as a hostage, to bind the wolf you are indeed lovely, I’d make sure to keep eye contact, but it would be difficult! lol

  5. What are you doing this Freyasday lol I love the video, I knew all this being Pagan, but you do an excellant job with explaining it

  6. @Einheri89 I´d rather like her being wrong than you being rude. So shove it back into your arse, dear sir 🙂

  7. @Einheri89 same story, different version basicly… the norse gods and the saxon gods both came from the same germanic area

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