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The Goddess Hel

Started this discussion. Last reply by Enigma May 5, 2018. 36 Replies

I don't exactly "worship" any deities, but rather see them as friends and guides and sometimes warnings of what to come. There is many resources I could find about just about any Norse deity in terms…Continue

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I attest that I am over the age of 18
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I'm relatively new to the pagan culture, I was first exposed to when I was in the Army and I've been a follower of the Norse ever since. I've never taken an oath yet, but I plan to one day soon. I'm an very open book, so don't hesitate to send me a message. :)
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Writing my own book trilogy
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I believe in the Norse religion and i prefer to be called a Norsewoman rather than Heathen or Pagan. I have a few goddesses that i have a strong affinity with and I'm exploring the meanings behind my feelings.
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At 11:10am on March 25, 2019, Meridian - The Idaean said…

The only surviving myth in which she features prominently is that of The Death of Baldur. The beloved god Baldur was slain by none other than Hel’s father, Loki, and the gods sent an emissary named Hermod to Hel in hopes of retrieving Baldur. Hermod pleaded with Hel, telling her how every living thing was in sorrow over the loss of Baldur. But Hel wouldn’t give up her prize so easily. She told Hermod – in a taunting way, we can imagine – that she would only consent to release Baldur if every last thing in the universe wept for him. Hermod and the other gods went around and got almost everything in the cosmos to weep for Baldur. Only one giantess, who was probably Loki in disguise, refused. But because of that one refusal, the terms of Hel’s offer weren’t met, and Hel kept Baldur in her cold clutches.

Because of how sparsely-defined her character is, many scholars view Hel as more of a late literary personification of the grave than a goddess who was actually worshipped or appeased in her own right.[4] Due to the lack of conclusive evidence, either way, this must remain an open question.

At 9:39am on April 17, 2018, Damian Brett said…
Nice to find a fellow traveller on the norse path.
At 6:42am on December 21, 2017, Meridian - The Idaean said…

Welcome to Pagan space Phoenix

At 9:42pm on December 20, 2017, Shawn Blackwolf said…

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At 9:37pm on December 20, 2017, Shawn Blackwolf said…

Welcome , Phoenix !

Teacher of runes for 23 years , from not only Northern Tradition...

So , following the Heathen Path ?

Looked into Vitki , and Seidr ?


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