Konge (King) – using the cover name Rig, the Norse god Heimdal visited different farms. During these visits, he made the ladies of the houses pregnant. His last visit was on a very wealthy farm, and resulted in the son Jarl. As a grown man, Jarl married and had his own children. His youngest is Konr the Young; who is wise, knowledgeable about runes, and lucky with war. Konr the Young – Konungr – became the ancestor of kings. The Norse word ‘Kong’ means “(distinguished) man”, and ‘konungr’ is a derivative meaning “of a distinguished family”.