Loki worship or lokean is something I'm trying to follow I live by its princables I strive to be like Loki I brew mead for offering I even wear his symbol( of the snakes that they found in urens) I do realises the controversial nature of the lokean path (I blame snonnir) so if you don't not see lokean as a proper heathen path please do not bombard me with messages saying I've fallen victim to the sly one.
I'm always on the look out to learn more about Loki and his path so if you have any sources I would love to see or any tips maybe you have something I've missed or haven't found yet. Any help is appreciated
Re: Loki worship By: AikaRyong / Novice Mar 08, 2018
Post # 2
As a Lokean myself, I find that there are not such things as Lokeanprinciples to live by. Loki is unpredictable and so he doesn't find dogmas appealing.
I only try to listen to what he wants and go for it, but of course this is my personal way to interact with him. I know of many people who have more structured ways of worshipping him.
Some things I can tell you, from my personal experience are that he likes coffee, fire and laughing (but don't go over the line with jokes, he is the mischievous one, we shouldn't take his place hahaha)
Have in mind that this is only my opinion and this things may vary depending on who you ask as this is based on UPG (Unverified Personal Gnosis) and PCPG(Peer-Corroborated Personal Gnosis).
By the way, I recommend you to take a look at this post on UPG an PCPGwhich happens to have one or two comments about Loki.
Re: Loki worship By: Personified Moderator / Knowledgeable Mar 10, 2018
Post # 3
Surprisingly, the heathen community here tends to actually be very positive and open-minded as compared to some other online gathering spots. You'll find there are many Lokeans and Rokkatruars here, so Loki is often a point of topic between us. You can scroll through lots of the posts here in the Norse section of the forums and there are many different posts to do with Loki, his family, offerings to him, and personal experiences with him. You're also more than welcome to mail me if you ever want to talk about him.