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Loki, son of Odin was a paradox, beloved by the Aesir but also their greatest source of grief. He was a master sorcerer, a shape shifter appearing as a salmon,a mare, seal, a fly, and a crone. Also known as Loptr, or Hveðrungr, Loki is both Aesir (Norse god) and Jötunn (giant) He is father to Hel, ruler of the underworld, the wolf Fenrir, and the world serpent Jörmungandr all by his first wife, the giantess Angrboda.

LOKI & HIS CHILDREN. Norse Myths and Legends: Illustrations of Norse Mythology; Mythic Norse Art by Contemporary American Artist Howard David Johnson

Lugh, the Celtic version of a "jack of all trades" or the golden child of the Gods.

Lugh, the Celtic version of a "jack of all trades" or the golden child of the…

Angrboda: She is a frost giantess and the mistress of the trickster God Loki.

Lokis children, mistreated by the gods. Loki is in between, uncertainly related to everything generally but nothing specific.

Surtur (Surtr) was said by some to be the son of Múspell, founder of Muspelhiem the volcanic, smoldering and glowing and burning southern region of the first world, yet other legends say he was the first living being in the nine worlds, created from the primal fires.  ((Howard David Johnson, 2014, accessed 09/10/24))

Norse Myths and Legends: Illustrations of Norse Mythology; Mythic Norse Art by Contemporary American Artist Howard David Johnson

genetics - ectrodactyly

Vintage photo of family suffering from genetic disorder

Loki, in Norse mythology, a cunning trickster who had the ability to change his shape and sex. Although his father was the giant Fárbauti, he was included among the Aesir (a tribe of gods). Loki was represented as the companion of the great gods Odin and Thor, helping them with his clever plans but sometimes causing embarrassment and difficulty for them and himself.

Loki, in Norse mythology, a cunning trickster who had the ability to change his…

Sleipnir, son of Loki. I don't know if you should put son of Loki or son of his actual father, because Loki was a mare when Sleipnir was conceived

Norse Mythology: Long ago the god Loki, in the form of a white mare and impregnated by the horse Svadilfari, gave birth to Sleipnir the eight-legged. When Loki reverted to his natural form he gave Sleipnir to Odin.

In Norse mythology, the Wave Maidens (also known as the Billow Maidens) are the nine daughters of Rán and Ægir, the Goddess and god of the sea... They were portrayed as beautiful maidens dressed in white robes and veils and always helped their father, brew the beer for the gods.  Their names are poetic terms for the many different characteristics of the ocean waves.

In Norse mythology, Aegir is actually the God of the sea. It is believed that he has the control of the storms and turbulent seas. He is also known as the God of beer and brewing.

Info:  Balder,son of Odin and Frigga, the god of Love and Light, is sacrificed at Midsummer by the dart of the mistletoe, and is reborn at Jul (Yule). Supposedly his return will not occur until after the onslaught of the Ragnarok, which I see as a cleansing and enlightenment more than wanton, purposeless destruction. Balder’s blind brother Hodur was his slayer, whose hand was guided by the crafty Loki. He is married to the goddess of Joy, Nanna.

Balder owned the largest ship ever built, named Hringham (or Hringhorni), and a…

Vali- Norse myth: god of retribution and son of Odin. His sole purpose of being born was to kill Hodr for his accidental murdering of their brother Baldr. He grew to adulthood in one day after his birth and killed Hodr. He survives Ragnarok

Vali- Norse myth: god of retribution and son of Odin. His sole purpose of being born was to kill Hodr for his accidental murdering of their brother Baldr. He grew to adulthood in one day after his birth and killed Hodr. He survives Ragnarok

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