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Loki, son of Odin was a paradox, beloved by the Aesir but also their greatest source of grief. He was a master sorcerer, a shape shifter appearing as a salmon,a mare, seal, a fly, and a crone. Also known as Loptr, or Hveðrungr, Loki is both Aesir (Norse god) and Jötunn (giant) He is father to Hel, ruler of the underworld, the wolf Fenrir, and the world serpent Jörmungandr all by his first wife, the giantess Angrboda.

LOKI & HIS CHILDREN. Norse Myths and Legends: Illustrations of Norse Mythology; Mythic Norse Art by Contemporary American Artist Howard David Johnson

Tyr is the Norse God of war and patron deity of the old Saxons. He sacrificed his right hand, so that the wolf Fe. Tyr and Fenris Sketch

Хель - дочь Локи и повелительница мертвых | Древние боги и герои

Хель - дочь Локи и повелительница мертвых | Древние боги и герои

Mímir (Old Norse "The rememberer, the wise one"), or “Mim” is widely known for his knowledge and wisdom. Mímir is mentioned in the Völuspá and Sigrdrífumál (Poetic Edda). Odin sacrifices his eye to Mímir's well, and states that Mímir drinks mead every morning "from the Father of the Slain's [Odin] wager."

Mimir is the oracular giant-god in Norse mythology, god of oracles and prophecy. His name means “the rememberer” or “the wise one”.

The norse god Tyr walks away, having kept his word in order to bind the great devourer, Fenris.

“Tyr’s Promise” After two failed attempts in binding him, Fenrir finally agreed to be bound if one of the gods placed his or her hand within the giant wolf’s mouth as a sign of good faith to release.

(Norse mythology) The children of Loki by Willy Pogany. The serpent, the hag/skeletor, and the viscious creature are some usual versions of devil angels, I think. (The serpent is in form of a light-body, or point of mind-energy / interdimensional being, traveling in spiral motion place to place. as occasionally seen on paranormal tv)

Lokis children, mistreated by the gods. Loki is in between, uncertainly related to everything generally but nothing specific.

Norse God Forseti:  The God of Justice and Truth    Son of Balder, god of light, and of Nanna, goddess of immaculate purity, Forseti was the wisest, most eloquent, and most gentle of all the gods. When his presence in Asgard became known, the gods awarded him a seat in the council hall, decreed that he should be patron of justice and righteousness, and gave him as abode the radiant palace Glitnir.

Norse God Forseti: The God of Justice and Truth Son of Balder, god of light…

Hella, Hela, Halja Hel is the Norse Goddess of the dead and underworld, ruler of the Land of Mist. Her name is thought to mean ‘hidden’, ‘to conceal’, or ‘to cover up’. To say to “go to Hel…

Hel, Queen of the Underworld

Týr  The original Germanic god of war and the patron god of justice, the precursor of Odin. At the time of the Vikings, Tyr had to make way for Odin, who became the god of war himself. Tyr was by then regarded as Odin’s son (or possibly of the giant Hymir). He is the boldest of the gods, who inspires courage and heroism in battle. Tyr is represented as a man with one hand, because his right hand was bitten off by the gigantic wolf Fenrir (in old-Norse, the wrist was called ‘wol

fuckyeahvalhalla: “ Týr The original Germanic god of war and the patron god of justice, the precursor of Odin. At the time of the Vikings, Tyr had to make way for Odin, who became the god of war.

Vikings - CrystalinksIn Norse mythology,  Forseti -  is the god of justice. He is the son of the god Balder and his mother is Nanna. Forseti rules in the beautiful palace Glitnir, which serves as a court of justice and where all legal disputes are settled

Norse God Forseti (Old Norse “the presiding one,” actually “president” in Modern Icelandic and Faroese) is an Æsir god of justice and reconciliation in Norse mythology. Opposite to his fellow god, Tyr.

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HD Wallpaper and background photos of Loki for fans of Norse Mythology Loki images.

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