Translation:The Finn is a wizard and the Swede a Viking.
Other than the omission of the common verb?
I personally find the Finnish text funny in its double meaning "The Finn is a wizard and a Swedish viking". The adjectives for nationalities and the nouns for the members of the corresponding people are the same in Finnish: suomalainen = "a Finn", "Finnish".
Thank you ginzburg for the link. The subject is very interesting and launched me into some research on Sami and their religions, which I wouldn't likely have done, (at least not today)!
I wish people wouldn't downvote. I can understand using the downvote as a means to lower the position of a comment in a thread (its intended use) but people also use it to show disagreement or to try to tell you something (like you've made a typo, or your English is not perfect). People, we cannot read your minds. If you disagree, don't be lazy, don't be illiterate. Don't just downvote, comment!