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#30: July 26, 2020, 02:03:53 AM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.

It most certainly matters what happens to your remains there's not a single culture in time we're history that hasn't had careful proscriptions regarding burial or disposal of bodies
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Re: Rule of Seven
#31: July 26, 2020, 03:04:18 AM
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Bingo

Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

This is a fruitful line of inquiry so given what I said about Lucifer and Jesus here knowing what you now know about thor and Loki who seems to be the "good guy" as it were

The one that everyone perceives (and what is imposed upon us) as the "good guy" is Jesus while the one we are taught to hate is Lucifer. Jesus is really Lucifer yeah and in this story, it seems like Thor leans more towards Jesus while Loki towards Lucifer.

The actual "good guy" in this story seems to be Loki (Lucifer).
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Re: Rule of Seven
#32: July 26, 2020, 03:05:18 AM
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Bingo

Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.

It most certainly matters what happens to your remains there's not a single culture in time we're history that hasn't had careful proscriptions regarding burial or disposal of bodies

How is it best advised that your remains are dealt with after you pass then? How can you trust that someone will look after them that long?
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Re: Rule of Seven
#33: July 26, 2020, 03:15:30 AM
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Bingo

Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.

It most certainly matters what happens to your remains there's not a single culture in time we're history that hasn't had careful proscriptions regarding burial or disposal of bodies

How is it best advised that your remains are dealt with after you pass then? How can you trust that someone will look after them that long?

Just dont burn them. Seriously that's it. Fire is for sacrifice.
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Re: Rule of Seven
#34: July 26, 2020, 05:07:15 AM
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Bingo

Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.

It most certainly matters what happens to your remains there's not a single culture in time we're history that hasn't had careful proscriptions regarding burial or disposal of bodies

How is it best advised that your remains are dealt with after you pass then? How can you trust that someone will look after them that long?

Just dont burn them. Seriously that's it. Fire is for sacrifice.
Cremation has become quite the meme over the years, pushed by the media, engrained in the consciousness, more and more accepted. Not falling for this trick. Been told when bodies burn they start moving (dancing) from the flames, a crazy sight. Plus, the ashes you get of your relative won’t be purely theirs, as the other peoples ashes remain there too. That’s pretty messed up.
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Re: Rule of Seven
#35: July 26, 2020, 11:17:15 AM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.

It most certainly matters what happens to your remains there's not a single culture in time we're history that hasn't had careful proscriptions regarding burial or disposal of bodies

How is it best advised that your remains are dealt with after you pass then? How can you trust that someone will look after them that long?

Just dont burn them. Seriously that's it. Fire is for sacrifice.

So the Jews claim that the Nazis gassed them in chambers and then burned their bodies at insane rates that can't be replicated today.
For the sake of this tangent, lets entertain this story. What would it imply?

Well Jews are historically known for ritual sacrifice to varying degrees of extreme of humans to other destructive forces. The gas chambers (and Nazi ovens) remind me of the 'brazen bull', which is another form of a giant Moloch statue made with multiple chambers to burn things (kids) inside.
The act of burning the bodies after they were gassed (in large numbers) is something else the Nazis were accused of. This would mean that the Nazis were probably sacrificing the poor Jews in this case, but to 'who' or 'what' if it was true?

So my point with all this is that the Jews have followed their Satanic rule of reversals and projected their own ritual torture and sacrifice methods on the NaZis during the war and after the war.
They have gotten us accusing the Germans of something they (the Jews) have been known to do since their arrival on Earth. Isn't that funny?
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Re: Rule of Seven
#36: July 26, 2020, 11:19:15 AM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.

It most certainly matters what happens to your remains there's not a single culture in time we're history that hasn't had careful proscriptions regarding burial or disposal of bodies

How is it best advised that your remains are dealt with after you pass then? How can you trust that someone will look after them that long?

Just dont burn them. Seriously that's it. Fire is for sacrifice.

So if fire is for sacrifice then what (and to who) is being sacrificed when someone burns a sigil? Are you sacrificing a certain amount of energy to yourself to manifest something?
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Re: Rule of Seven
#37: July 26, 2020, 02:59:55 PM
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Apparently Thor is 'Lord of the goats' and the peasant who mistreated one of his goats bones gave him his children (two kids) to serve him (and apparently they still do).

Or is there something else you wanted us to understand from this story and his goats?

I want nothing. I give direction. You walk towards or away from it

I am glad I came back into here.  I am literally finishing a smoke and about to head out for a while.  But, a question just occured to me:  if Thor ate his goats each night only to resurrect them the following dawn, then what did he do with the children that replaced these goats?  I think I know the answer but I am seeking a nod this is the right implication I am inferring from the story. 

Also, is the timing of this talk of Thor and Loki (and possibly gods commanding over the eaten-cum-resurrected children (soul-jacked?)) related to the weather and discussions had of howling storms and thunder and light appearing from the storms, and the post recently about sprites and elves existing in the ionosphere?

and the dead shall outnumber the living

and the dead shall outnumber the living

something about those lines, that whole story of ishtar going to the underworld reverberates with me in a way that leaves me unsettled and thinking this discussion here ties into the bigger picture as well.

 I am not familiar with kid loki story but I gather it's related to frank and the cult of saturn affair.

Your post actually just reminded me of something. In the old forum we had a new(er) thread that implied something 'only a few people would be able to stomach'.
It had something to do with Tartarus and abortions and the implication was that TPTB have figured out a way to keep souls here trapped against their will in a cycle of birth, torture, death, rebirth, torture, death and it keeps going and going.

I knew the story of Thor and his goats and the children was implying something greater but for some reason I had some difficulty trying to piece together what it actually meant, but your post allowed me to get past that mental fog and made things 'click'.

So does it really not matter what happens to your physical remains once you pass? I doubted that before and the Chinese are very against fucking with the graves of people.

At least as far as this story goes, TPTB have figured out how to create a never ending cycle of children to torture, consume and then resurrect using the remains of their body. As long as their remains are not tampered with (bones specifically) then they can be brought back. If the bones were fucked with (most likely in varying degrees) then the kid can be brought back in a weakened state.
At the very least, this would mean that they have succeeded in turning Earth into a hell and keeping people here against their will.

It most certainly matters what happens to your remains there's not a single culture in time we're history that hasn't had careful proscriptions regarding burial or disposal of bodies

How is it best advised that your remains are dealt with after you pass then? How can you trust that someone will look after them that long?

Just dont burn them. Seriously that's it. Fire is for sacrifice.

So if fire is for sacrifice then what (and to who) is being sacrificed when someone burns a sigil? Are you sacrificing a certain amount of energy to yourself to manifest something?

Sacrifice properly means offering. Burning a sigil is offering the intention to the aether
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Re: Rule of Seven
#38: July 26, 2020, 03:42:17 PM
If Thor is lord of the goats then it makes more sense now why he is one of the most popular and pushed characters in the Marvel universe. The fans may love him but the people who run Marvel love him for entirely different reasons.
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If Thor is lord of the goats then it makes more sense now why he is one of the most popular and pushed characters in the Marvel universe. The fans may love him but the people who run Marvel love him for entirely different reasons.

Did Thor not battle the giants out of Midgard? Are the Nephilim good guys now??
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If Thor is lord of the goats then it makes more sense now why he is one of the most popular and pushed characters in the Marvel universe. The fans may love him but the people who run Marvel love him for entirely different reasons.

Did Thor not battle the giants out of Midgard? Are the Nephilim good guys now??

And Loki is also associated with the giants to some degree but at least he doesn't eat children like his brother seems to (correct me if I am wrong). It appears that the take away from this is that there are no 'binaries' when it comes to the gods and if you truly wish to understand them.

At some point, they all seem to contain aspects of all the other ostensibly separate gods. What if all the gods and supreme deities, ancient forces and powers that ever existed are just aspects of one truly all knowing, powerful and eternal energy.
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#41: July 26, 2020, 09:42:34 PM
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If Thor is lord of the goats then it makes more sense now why he is one of the most popular and pushed characters in the Marvel universe. The fans may love him but the people who run Marvel love him for entirely different reasons.

Did Thor not battle the giants out of Midgard? Are the Nephilim good guys now??

Were they nephilim.. what was a frost giant
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Re: Rule of Seven
#42: July 26, 2020, 09:43:27 PM
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If Thor is lord of the goats then it makes more sense now why he is one of the most popular and pushed characters in the Marvel universe. The fans may love him but the people who run Marvel love him for entirely different reasons.

Did Thor not battle the giants out of Midgard? Are the Nephilim good guys now??

And Loki is also associated with the giants to some degree but at least he doesn't eat children like his brother seems to (correct me if I am wrong). It appears that the take away from this is that there are no 'binaries' when it comes to the gods and if you truly wish to understand them.

At some point, they all seem to contain aspects of all the other ostensibly separate gods. What if all the gods and supreme deities, ancient forces and powers that ever existed are just aspects of one truly all knowing, powerful and eternal energy.

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Re: Rule of Seven
#43: July 26, 2020, 10:27:37 PM
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What if all the gods and supreme deities, ancient forces and powers that ever existed are just aspects of one truly all knowing, powerful and eternal energy.

Unos pro omnibus!

If jotun derives from ettin / etunaz that points to some nature of devourment.

From Middle English eten, etend, from Old English eoten (“giant, monster, enemy”), from Proto-Germanic *etunaz (“giant, glutton”), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁ed- (“to eat”).

Some jotnar are described as monstrous and others (or their daughters) as beautiful.

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Although the Jötnar is one of the three major supernatural clans in Norse mythology, the Aesir and the Vanir coexisted peacefully together while frequently clashing with the Jötnar. At the same time, many Aesir and Vanir also befriended and married jotünn beings. Scholars who have studied Scandinavian texts such as the Poetic Edda emphasize that battles between the Jötnar and the other two clans should not be viewed through the typical moral binarism of “good versus evil.”

Writing for Norse Mythology for Smart People, author Daniel McCoy clarifies that ancient Norse peoples may have seen the Jötnar as mighty devourers, exemplars of destruction, entropy, and decay, who continually attempt to return the world to a state of chaos. The Jötnar were also an integral part of existence itself, representing the principle of chaos coexisting with order in a careful balance to maintain the universe
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Re: Rule of Seven
#44: July 26, 2020, 10:35:45 PM
Loki aids both Aesir and his own Jotnar depending on the tale. There may be few surviving stories containing human consumption but if Loki supports the Jotnar at all, he must support le festin.

Especially during Ragnarök when Loki’s own children devour the sun / world, Loki breaks free from his chains and captains the Jotnar’s efforts to return the world to “primordial chaos.”

Sounds like Ahriman and his chaotic offspring or Tiamat and her monsters. The Norse account of the world made from the Frost-Jotun Ymir’s split corpse also mirrors the Babylonian account of the world made from Tiamat’s split corpse.
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