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To The Eddas!

Happy Wednesday! I bring you a post with SUBSTANCE and not just a beautiful picture done by a very talented artist like I had been the last several Wednesdays…or had been several weeks ago on Wednesdays 😛 December is a … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Freya

Freyja is a Goddess of many, many things. Love, and beauty–Herself a beautiful Goddess. She loves pretty things and finding the beautiful in not-so-beautiful places. She’s a Goddess of magic and mystery. She taught Odin the practice of Seidr. She … Continue reading

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Odin as Santa?

This is one part of many–you can see them all here, and I recommend viewing the whole thing. A friend sent me a link to this, and I was wondering what my readers thought of it? I admit I’ve noticed … Continue reading

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Odin As Crossdresser

Odin had domain over many, many things. Poetry, War, Victory, and of course Magic. Odin practiced a form of sorcery known as Seidr, and from what I can gather, the rest of the Gods did, too. Freyja was the one … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Loki

So, I’ve read in several places that some Heathens/Asatruar/Norse Pagans won’t/don’t acknowledge Loki. I’ve even heard that some refuse to speak His name. I’m curious as to why this is? In the lore, Odin Himself says (at one point) that … Continue reading

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Story of Sleipnir

Sleipnir was “mothered” by Loki. Asgard had a wall that wasn’t completed, and the Gods all thought that having it built would be a good idea. However, none of Them wanted to take this burden on and do the project … Continue reading

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Necklace of the Brisings

One night, near dawn, Freyja slipped out of Sessrumnir and away. She took nothing with Her. Her cats lay in Her hall sleeping and Her chariot remained waiting it’s next use. Only Loki saw Her leave, and the Sly One … Continue reading

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