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Pagan Spirits: The Loki in Lughnasa

Often called the “god of every skill”, Lugh is associated with the raven and the lynx. Often he will act as a messenger between the Tuatha De Danann. It is prophesied that he will one day slay the fearful giant Balor. He is celebrated at Lughnasadh.

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Cherokee Prayer

oh Great Spirit, help me always to speak the truth quietly, to listen with an open mind when others speak, and to remember the peace that may be found in silence.

• Cutting Cords • Lughnasadh Sabbat August 1st  #Lughnasadh #sabbat

Cutting Cords - use whatever gods, deities, or universal forces you see fit, but speak your words with conviction and intention to help distance yourself from harmful people and situations.

It was a year after she died but loki always visited there favorite place to go on their wedding anniversary. He would look up at the stars and say "happy anniversary my sweet sigyn."  Tears trickled down his cheek the North Star twinkling brighter than ever he smiled " sigyns star ."

It had been a year since.but he always visited. It was her favorite place. He would look up at the stars, tears streaming down his face, "Happy birthday, my sweet Sigyn." The North Star twinkled brighter than ever.

Loki, Voted Most Likely to be "Hoisted With His Own Petard"--Loki Loge Norse gods and goddesses, trickster god, fire god, pagan gods and goddesses, Odin, Sif, norse mythology, pagan mythology, asatru, heathenism, heathen,wicca, wiccan, witch, pagan, paganism, pagan art, wiccan art, wiccan graphics, thalia took

Loki, by Thalia TookVoted Most Likely to be "Hoisted With His Own Petard"--Loki Loge Norse gods and goddesses, trickster god, fire god, pagan gods and god.

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