Old Norse Faith (Forn Sidr) Pagan.
Lokean godspouse, mystic, and nun.
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This is how I see Him, too: “But for now, in a nutshell – Loki is, in my experience, a god of change more than anything else. Loki embodies the principle of Creative Destruction, or Chaos That Brings About Order. He … Continue reading
“Do you ever wonder at it? This whole thing where people construct their whole practice out of ancient mythology? It’s like they imagine that someone, some two thousand years ago (a little less) hit the pause button. There is no cosmic … Continue reading
“Almost all non-literate mythology has a trickster-hero of some kind. … And there’s a very special property in the trickster: he always breaks in, just as the unconscious does, to trip up the rational situation. He’s both a fool and … Continue reading
There was this thread, I think on the LJ [Lokean] group, about there being so many godspouses. It made me think about why They [Loki and Odin] take so many spouses and something Raven Kaldera wrote came to my mind. … Continue reading
"Because he’s the one who lost it in the first place." Source: http://loveoflopt.tumblr.com/post/10245517735/loki-finder-of-lost-things
"Loki is not an agent of chaos; He is an agent that points to where order is missing." –K. Filan Source: Gangleri’s Grove – Loki and Sigyn’s Corner