THE STONES OF ODIN
It is said that Odin, transformed into a worm, went through the stones, piercing them, to look for herbs in the ground suitable for his divine song. They are ancient rare stones to be recovered. They are generally found on the banks of rivers, lakes or in the forests of Northern Europe and have one or more holes inside them. The Vikings used them as amulets of protection, healing or to repel curses, death, evil and disease. The older and wiser also, looking through the holes, could see other dimensions of hidden truths.