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Percieving Gods
By: / Beginner
Post # 1

How do other people percieve the norse gods when encountering them in spellwork? I asked for Freyja's help in a spell and expected someone who gave off the feelings she represented: Love, Passion, perhaps even hatred, anger, and fear in her capacity as a war goddess. Instead I just got the sensation of "Other". Is that normal? Are the other gods the same?

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Re: Percieving Gods
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Post # 2

Perhaps that is because she is as independent and complex as you are, and does not simply reflect feelings that we expect. She is a goddess, and she governs many things.

Thor is pictured as a hot headed drunk by some people, to me he is a wise mentor and hard worker. What you feel is the nature of the divinity as they choose to be, and you have no power over that.

Don't judge a book by its cover ;)

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Re: Percieving Gods
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Post # 3
I agree with , CleverName.

The gods/goddesses appear to each of us, differently.

In my opinion, how you honor your chosen deity, reflects how they respond to you.
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