Category Archives: A Month for Loki

A Month for Loki: fourth Week

At Loki’s Hands, Pt 4: Closer This post didn’t go as planned. The first thing that you may notice is that July has been over for almost a week now. The primary reason for that is that I’m currently in … Continue reading

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A Month for Loki: third Week

AT Loki’s Hands, Pt 3: Truceless After I was shown the Net, I was left trembling in awe, my heart beating in my throat; I had found out something important about myself and where my heart (oh, and more) belongs. … Continue reading

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A Month for Loki: second Week

At Loki’s Hands, Pt 2: Weaving the Net In the first part of the series, I drew and wrote about the first few months that followed my being shoved down the rabbit hole—and how scared I was at first. It … Continue reading

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Of Mothers and Sons — Loki short fiction contest entry

(A Devotional fictional story for Loki and Laufey; this is not strictly personal gnosis, but it is based on my personal gnosis about Laufey. Still, I’d say it’s fiction. ) Of Mothers and Sons Laufey stood just outside of the … Continue reading

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A Month for Loki: first Week

At Loki’s Hands, Pt 1: Tapped In my announcement post, I mentionded I intend to post four drawings for Loki this month. So, that is basically what this series titled “At Loki’s Hands” is: it consists of four drawings, the … Continue reading

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July for Loki

Just a heads up that I will be participating in the Month for Loki next month. Devotees all over the world are going to create works of art, music, poetry, essays, recipes—basically whatever you can think of—in the name of … Continue reading

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