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Honouring Loki [Thursday 22nd May, 2014 | 10:10am]
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We are all different, and have different types of relationship with Loki, so it would be interesting to see both similarities and differences.

So, how do you people worship or honour Loki?
Do you have an altar or a shrine to Him?
Do you give Him any offerings, and how often?
Do you do any devotional work for Him?

[User Picture]From: lokaen
Saturday 24th May, 2014 :: 08:32 pm (UTC)
I have a reproduction of the Snaptun stone which sits in a prominent but slightly obscured place in my house, but no altar or shrine. I like the thought of the object I associate with him being out and in view of the whole house, but not obviously so.

For me, the way best ways to show honor to Loki is primarily through action, specifically by doing something good in an elaborately indirect way, like getting a friend to dump a crappy SO by getting them to discuss the best way to make fruit pie. Also by aggrandizing him in conversation whenever possible, I get the feeling he likes being held in awe by the general population. Formal activities are not a thing that strike a chord for me.

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[User Picture]From: sybilla_89
Saturday 21st June, 2014 :: 10:48 am (UTC)
I feel like a need a Snaptun stone reproduction on my altar. I wanna actually make one, by carving a soft stone. I already made one with a tree to represent Yggdrasil. It sucks that I have a very busy and chaotic life (go figure :-P )
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