The Enemy of the Wolf
ᛁ. - Loki is therefore, summed up my fairy, essentially hatred of the "white straight cis", the most perfect example of which is Heimdall - But does Loki hate Heimdall because Heimdall is a perfect example of white straight cis, or does he hate white straight cis because they remind him of Heimdall? And first of all, why does he hate that dirty faggot?!
- Why does he hate - that is, why is he? (in French Homophony is more flagrant)... A question older than the world, and which would take us a little far... Let us say, briefly, that the Universe being < the work, and therefore the intention, of GOD > (Pr, 2), the Universe is Perfect; that Perfection implies immobility, which is the negation of life; and that, therefore, a disturbing element of universal harmony is indispensable to life.
"See our vísa: without the leeks that appear at the end, it would be of mortal boredom: the Four Elements would be impeccably, that is to say, immovably, that is to say, ineradically, balanced.
"Now: Why so much hatred?... Let's take things at the root: < letters, i.e. being > (godic adage): just as the whole tree is contained in the seed, - as Lugnasad is contained in the June Solstice, and the rush of endorphins in the orgasmic peak, - all being is contained in the initial letter (i.e. the rune, from the Norse rún, "Mysteries") of its name.
"Loki's (and lauki's) initial is Laguz ᛚ, the rune of Misfortune, of the triumph of matter over spirit, of the blind empire of the dark force, of the hero bound like a slave - in short, of the constrained, or self-sacrificial incarnation... His name means "Water", and the planet Neptune ♆, the herald of our shipwrecks, is attributed to him... < Laguz is the mother of the bitter sea where the soul wanders > (godic adage)... she is life in utero, total sensory deprivation, and waterboarding... she is the inexorable tide, rising on our Midwives chained to the Ring of the Passed Over by the partisans of Christianization... Laguz announces pain, punishment, loss, failure, defeat and death. But to those who suffer injustice and persecution, it confers the power to remain inwardly noble even in irons, hence its nickname "Rune of Hamlet"... There is, moreover, no more accurate illustration of Laguz than Ophelia de Millais...
"On his side, Wotan, our master, teacher and Goði, - one of whose nicknames is Bági Ulfs, < the Enemy of the Wolf > (Sonnatorek, 23), - has for initial the rune Wunjō ᚹ, whose name means "Joy": the rune bearing the Invitation to Travel (< ... order and beauty, Luxury, calm and voluptuousness >), which generates harmony, love, beauty, happiness, success, fulfillment, kindness, grace, luxury - and joy, of course. (Badly aspected, it is a warning against debauchery, idleness, waste in general, etc.).
"Joy is therefore the signature of Old Goði. >>
"In Forn Siðr, it is forbidden to be sad, because Nanna (Gematry 102), Baldr's wife & specialist in Joy, will be the last Æsyne to die before the outbreak of Ragnarok (Gyl, 49). As long as Joy remains, no misfortune can really take place. We have already spoken about it : it is always sunny - it is the vapors of water, - the vapors of Laguz -, rising from the earth like so many leeks, - that form the < cruel clouds > (Grim, 41) : absolute happiness is our normal state. And despair does not exist.>>
"Therefore, Joy is neither an adjunct to our Siðr, nor its goal, nor its effect: it is the essential element.
"Wunjō is the initial of the master - so whatever you do is right as long as it makes you happy. And anything that saddens you is a transgression of the Divine Law, which will bring you, in this life and in the next, a severe readjustment.
"Joy comes from the heart, from the hvel (Chakra) of the heart (as well as the light that forms our aura, etc.) - that is why it is written that Nanna is the wife of Baldr, whose name literally means 'That which belongs to the heart' - Now, Wunjō is the initial of the Old Goði to teach us that the perfect Joy is that which comes from the fulfillment of the raðumk .
"Joy is the instrument that makes it possible to connect to the Divine Light that we call Initiation, and to ascend to that Light that we call Siðr. That is why the name Nanna literally means 'the one who gives power'. »