In Norse mythology, Huginn (from Old Norse meaning "thought") and Muninn (meaning "memory" or "mind") are two ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard, and bring information to Odin, the chief of the gods. According to legend, Odin sends them out at dawn, and they return at dusk to perch on his shoulders and whisper all they have seen and heard into his ears. This daily ritual makes Odin one of the most informed gods, granting him a vast breadth of wisdom and knowledge. These ravens are not only symbols of the mind's power but also of Odin's reliance on gathering information from various sources to maintain his foresight and wisdom. 15"x32"