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(Norse mythology) a huge ash tree whose roots and branches hold the earth and Heaven and Hell together


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I know that an ash-tree stands called Yggdrasill, a high tree, soaked with shining loam; from there come the dews which fall in the valley, ever green, it stands over the well of fate.
Now you will also execute Yggdrasill, the "steed of Odin," who was hanged from its branches to die and was reborn after having learned the secret of the kingdom of the dead: the language of the runes, which confers every power.
The syndicate is seven points clear of Yggdrasill, fronted by Peter Hutchins, from Stoke-On-Trent, who, in addition to
91, as meaning 'ship', so 'warship', so aesc, so Yggdrasill (p.