" If you chance to be a deed done, an injury caused by another,
I will certainly get to know your clan, discover your birthplace.
From there the injuries came previously, from there harm caused by magic occurred,
From sorcerers' districts, from magic singers' pastures,
From scoundrels' homesites, from wizards' fields,
From Grave Spirits' heaths, from land within the world below,
From a dead man's home, from the farmstead of one departed,
From spongy soil, from crumble earth,
From rattling gravel, from tinkling sands,
From boggy swales, from mossless fens,
From heavy quagmires, from plashing springs,
From a cave in the Demon's wood, from five mountain crevices,
From summit of a copper mountain, from the ridge of a copper one ,
From murmuring firs, soughing evergreens,
From the crown of a rotten pine, from pines with rotten crowns,
From places where foxes bark, from the trails where one skis after an elk,
From a brown bear's lair in a rock, from a bear's den in the rock,
From the extensive back parts of North Farm, from Lapland ' s vast regions,
From clearings without underbrush, unplowed lands,
From great battlefields, fields where men are slaughtered,
From rustling grass, from reeking gore,
From the great expanses of the sea, from the wide open sea,
From the black ooze of the sea, from the depth of a thousand fathoms,
From murmuring currents, from flashing whirlpools,
From the strong rapids of Finnmark, from the eddy of a mighty water,
From the farther side of the heavens, from behind fine - weather clouds,
From the path of the cold spring wind, from the cradle of the wind.
Have you, too, come from there, did you, magic infection, come from there,
into a guiltless heart, an innocent belly ,
to eat, to gnaw, to bite, to quarry ?"
- The Kalevala
If you get a chance I absolutely recommend reading the Kalevala, the national folk epic of the Finnish people. It is a wonderful read !
Go with Odin's wisdom, Freyja's love, and Thor's protection !