The raven

The raven Munin derives from Norse mythology. Hugin and Munin were Odin’s (King of the Gods) ravens who flew out in the morning and came back in the evening, sitting on his shoulders while giving him information about what was happening in the world.

Munin symbolises our contacts and operations around the world. Just like Munin the raven, we are vigilant, have great knowledge and are trustworthy and discrete.

raven

The raven

The raven Munin derives from Norse mythology. Hugin and Munin were Odin’s (King of the Gods) ravens who flew out in the morning and came back in the evening, sitting on his shoulders while giving him information about what was happening in the world.

Munin symbolises our contacts and operations around the world. Just like Munin the raven, we are vigilant, have great knowledge and are trustworthy and discrete.

raven

The raven

The raven Munin derives from Norse mythology. Hugin and Munin were Odin’s (King of the Gods) ravens who flew out in the morning and came back in the evening, sitting on his shoulders while giving him information about what was happening in the world.

Munin symbolises our contacts and operations around the world. Just like Munin the raven, we are vigilant, have great knowledge and are trustworthy and discrete.

raven

Who is Munin          The Raven

 

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Who is Munin          The Raven

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