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Sigyn: Norse Goddess & Wife of Loki

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Sigyn: Norse Goddess & Wife of Loki

sigyn goddess of fidelity   Sigyn is in Norse mythology, the Goddess of fidelity, she is the wife of Loki, the evil God, with whom she had two sons, Narfi and Vali. It is briefly mentioned in the Poetic Edda and the Edda of Snorri, it also finds sources in the Völuspá. Sigyn is only associated with the episode of Loki's punishment where, as a faithful woman, she collects in a container the snake venom that drips on her husband's face in order to ease her suffering. However, she must...

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    Hel: Norse Goddess of the Kingdom of the Dead

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    Hel: Norse Goddess of the Kingdom of the Dead

    The goddess of the underworld and queen of Helheim and Nifelheim In Norse mythology Hel or Hela, is the daughter of the God Loki and the giant Angrboda, as well as the sister of the wolf Fenrir and the snake Jörmungand. The name of this goddess means: to welcome and hide, because she welcomes the dead and lives in the shadows. Hel's husband is the former King of Sweden, Dyggve. This couple lives in the palace of the goddess in the center of Nifelheim, the world of the dead, for...

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