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This sequence of French postcards shows the various steps that a group of young witches go through on their way to a sabbat (or sabbath if you prefer). We see the witches arrive, being anointed, fl.

LOKI : The son of two Jotuns and blood-brother of Odin, Loki represents the ambiguous relationship between the gods and the Jotuns. He is dynamic, unpredictable, and a direct opposition to the fixed order. He is known as the Sly One, the Trickster, and the Shape Changer. However, Loki’s mischievous nature gradually darkens, resulting in the death of Balder. Loki will remain bound until the coming of Ragnarok.

FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: LOKI The son of two Jotuns and blood-brother of Odin, Loki represents the ambiguous relationship between the gods and the Jotuns. He is dynamic, unpredictable, and a direct opposition to the fixed order. He is known as the Sly

Archetypes: | MACHIAVELLI’S PRINCE: He is beloved and he is feared, and he walks among his people armed with cold steel and kind words. There is a massacre ready behind his eyes and war written on his body. He is above honour but not deceit, for though he fears no evil and will bow to no god, all others must or suffer his wrath. He hunts for glory like lesser men hunt for freedom. Maps of his lands roll out beneath his fingertips, and with his eyes closed he can trace every line of the...

He is beloved and he is feared, and he walks among his people armed with cold steel and kind words. -- the brother - head