Tag Archives: Odin

Bonnetain’s Loki: Mover of Stories (summary translation)

I have been working on this little translation project since last fall, after I finished reading the wonderful book that is Yvonne S. Bonnetain’s Loki: Beweger der Geschichten (engl. roughly Loki: Mover of Stories), which is available as a kindle … Continue reading

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Dealing with Uncomfortable Truths and Dangerous Mouths

… and the question of morality and slander in Lokasenna and Skáldskaparmal. I’m back from my slightly longish blogging hiatus — it was necessary and “urgently recommended” by the Bossman. I’m taking the new year as an opportunity to boost … Continue reading

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Vom Umgang mit unbequemen Wahrheiten und gefährlichen Mündern

Längliche Pause meinerseits — war notwendig, und vom Chef “dringend angeraten”. Ich nehme das neue Kalenderjahr mal zum Anlass, den weniger mystischen Aspekt meiner Verehrung von Loki auf diesem Blog etwas mehr präsent zu machen. Es gibt diesen Aspekt nämlich, … Continue reading

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About Departure and proper Footwear

As some of you may have noticed, last week my pantheon unexpectedly had an addition to the family. What I mean by this is that as of last week, there’s a new member of my illustrious circle of Deities, namely … Continue reading

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Vom Aufbruch und dem richtigen Schuhwerk

(Dear English-speaking readers: please don’t use any of the automatic translators. There is a proper translation on my blog now) Wie einige vielleicht mitbekommen haben, hat mein Pantheon letzte Woche unerwartet Zuwachs bekommen. Ich meinte damit, dass es seit letzter … Continue reading

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Never Far Away

I said “Yes” to You and You sent me away. go forth, You said, and learn to wander from the Wanderer. I said “my Lord” to You and You sent me away. there was a long, long pause before You … Continue reading

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