Thor is the famous god of thunder and of sky in Norse and early Germanic folklore.
He is the son of Odin and and Fjorgyn (Earth). Though Odin held a higher rank, Thor seems to have been the best loved of the Norse deities.
He belonged to the common people, while Odin appealed to the learned and noble classes.
Thor rode above the clouds in a chariot pulled by two goats.
The names of the two goats were Tooth-grinder and Tooth-gnashed.
Thor wields a giant hammer that can cast lightning, and only those with the greatset strength could pick it up.
When the Roman calander was adopted by the Anglo Saxans they named the fifth day of the week "Thursday" after Thor.
While reviewing thor, it is rather impossible not to mention Loki; the god of mischief, magic and trickery.
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