Altar to Loki
Altar to Loki
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thegorgonist:

Sigyn and Loki
So I really like mythology, and the tough thing about that is how really DEPRESSING it is. Mythology buffs and those with an interest in Viking myths in particular know the story: as punishment for killing (or, well, expediting the death of) the golden god Baldr, Loki is bound by the entrails of his son, left in the deeps to be tortured by the venom of a giant snake. His loyal wife Sigyn holds a cup to protect him from the venom, but when it fills and she has to dump it out, he is in agony.CHEERFUL!
You can get one on my etsy.
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issabellelightwoods:

MYTHOLOGY MEME:
      Seven Norse Gods and Goddesses » Hel (7/7)

"Hail to you, Hela, stiller of strife.Half fair, half rotten, mirror of life.Cool is your comfort, equal for all.Highways and alleys end in your hall.”
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"If Odin is breath, then Loki is blood. He is the warmth rushing to your cheeks when you blush, He is the glow from a shot of liquor on a cold evening. He is the red mist before your eyes when you rage. He is the pulse that dances in your chest when you see someone you love—and the heat at your groin. He is the heart-fire, leaping along every vein, animating you, warming you, setting you aflame."
Excerpt from Feeding the Flame: A Devotional to Loki and His Family. Written by, Galina Krasskova. (via lokeanconcubine)
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kinkithandkind:


gods for the modern age: loki

come with laughter on your tongue and a con in your back pocket. bring the storm. bring the fire. bring monsters into the world. be mutable and fluid. never be the same thing more than once. and when they ask you how you did it, don’t say anything—after all, a magician never reveals his secrets.
kinkithandkind:


gods for the modern age: loki

come with laughter on your tongue and a con in your back pocket. bring the storm. bring the fire. bring monsters into the world. be mutable and fluid. never be the same thing more than once. and when they ask you how you did it, don’t say anything—after all, a magician never reveals his secrets.
kinkithandkind:


gods for the modern age: loki

come with laughter on your tongue and a con in your back pocket. bring the storm. bring the fire. bring monsters into the world. be mutable and fluid. never be the same thing more than once. and when they ask you how you did it, don’t say anything—after all, a magician never reveals his secrets.
kinkithandkind:


gods for the modern age: loki

come with laughter on your tongue and a con in your back pocket. bring the storm. bring the fire. bring monsters into the world. be mutable and fluid. never be the same thing more than once. and when they ask you how you did it, don’t say anything—after all, a magician never reveals his secrets.
kinkithandkind:


gods for the modern age: loki

come with laughter on your tongue and a con in your back pocket. bring the storm. bring the fire. bring monsters into the world. be mutable and fluid. never be the same thing more than once. and when they ask you how you did it, don’t say anything—after all, a magician never reveals his secrets.
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Odin:
Ill you kept your oath, blood-brother,
slaying Balder, my son!
Watch as I make a wolf of your own son,
tearing his brother to bits!

Loki:
Ill you kept your oath, blood-brother,
cruel foe to my family!
You exiled or killed nigh all of my children—
A wolf will revenge me on you!

Tyr:
Fenrir lies chained, as I fetter you now
with the bloody guts of your get.
Better such brood is bound in time
before it brings harm to humans.

Loki:
No hand you own for oathing or fighting:
Who would trust you, betrayer?
The wolf is strong, for he stands in a pack:
To Garm you will leave your life!

Thor:
I string these bonds to stones beneath you,
under neck, back, and knees.
Hlodyn will hold you heavily now;
Slow is time´s passage in pain.

Loki:
The Serpent´s coils will cling to you
before you fall to her poison!
How I regret regaining you Mjolnir,
which will kill my own kin.

Skadhi:
My father you felled, and the fairest of Gods,
and dared to brag of your deeds!
This snake shall spew its spit on you
and keep you eternal company.

Loki:
Better I liked your laugh, etin-maid,
when I was just bound by the balls.
Nor breathing nor dead has Balder been yours:
Go search the sea for his ashes!

Now leave, you traitors! Live in fear
until the day of your doom—
Your bane will I be, Binding Ones,
when I break the bonds of the world!

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License: This poem may be freely distributed, provided it remains 
unchanged, including the copyright notice and this License:

This work by Michaela Macha (www.odins-gift.com) is licensed 
under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives License.
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thehatterwitch:

salashin:


Norse Mythology jewellery

grabby hands

I want to punch people in the face while wearing the ‘Loki’ rings.
thehatterwitch:

salashin:


Norse Mythology jewellery

grabby hands

I want to punch people in the face while wearing the ‘Loki’ rings.
thehatterwitch:

salashin:


Norse Mythology jewellery

grabby hands

I want to punch people in the face while wearing the ‘Loki’ rings.