Surtr and Ragnarok in Norse Mythology, Surtr will bring forth the fire in Ragnorok. His name old Norse “black” or “the swarthy one” is a Jötunn in ancient Norse mythology. He will lead “Múspell’s sons” to Ragnarök, and that he will defeat Freyr. Surtr is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional ancient mystery norse mythology sources, and the Prose Edda, written in the 13th century by Snorri Sturluson. The nephilim giants a ancient mystery are in many cultures including the Norse mythology. A Volva to Odin foretells Surtr moving from the south a number of gods and their opponents are described as doing battle at Ragnarök, and that the world will be consumed in flames yet afterwards a new world rises from the sea, fertile and teeming with life, and the surviving gods will meet again. when the sons of Múspell ride over the bridge Bifröst it will break, and that they will continue to the field of Vígríðr.
The wolf Fenrir and the Midgard Serpent will also arrive there.
By then, Loki will have arrived with “all of Hel’s people”
Hrym, and all of the frost jötnar
“but Muspell’s sons will have their own battle array
it will be very bright”
Further into the chapter, High describes that a fierce battle will erupt between these forces and the Æsir, and that during this, Surtr and Freyr will engage in battle
“and there will be a harsh conflict before Freyr falls”
High adds that the cause of Freyr’s death will be that Freyr is lacking “the good sword” that he once gave his servant Skírnir.
As foretold by High further into chapter 51 of the Norse Gylfaginning, Once Heimdallr and Loki fight (and mutually kill one another) Surtr “will fling fire over the earth burn the whole world” High quotes ten stanzas from Völuspá in support, and then proceeds to describe the rebirth and new fertility of the reborn world, and the survivors of Ragnarök including various gods and the two humans named, Líf, and, Lífthrasir, that will have hid from “Surtr’s fire” in the wood Hoddmímis holt watch video for more Norse Mythology from ancient mystery on youtube.
760px-Ragnarök_by_Doepler-United States public domain tag-
800px-Kampf_der_untergehenden_Götter_by_F._W._Heine-United States public domain tag –
800px-Odin_und_Fenriswolf_Freyr_und_Surt-United States public domain tag-
800px-Vidar_by_Collingwood-United States public domain tag-
Stefanshellir_lava_tube-cca by sa 4.0-by-Dave Bunnell-Under Earth Images-
Thor_und_die_Midgardsschlange-United States public domain tag-
CCA by SA 4.0 International