Loki, The Trickster

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  1. SteffaOR says:

    On the subject of offspring, Loki, also in his guise as a mare was the mother of Sleipnir, the eight legged horse on which Allfather Odin rides.

    After Balders death Frigg travels to Helheim to speak with Hel to see if she will relent and allow Balder passage back to Asgard the home of the Gods, Hel agrees on one condition, all beings must display their sorrow at the loss of the Shining God, all creatures weep when Frigg asks of their sorrow, all except one Giantess living alone in a cave who refuses, thus leaving Balder in Helheim until Ragnarok, the Giantess is Loki in disguise, one more example of the deceitful, cruel nature of the Trickster.

  2. Eadlin says:

    Re: Loki, The Trickster
    It is actually Hermod who travels to Hel’s realm at the request of Frigg/Frigga.

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