Uncover the Truth about Loki and His Devoted Wife Sigyn
This captivating book takes you deep into the infamous legacy of Loki and the quiet power of Sigyn, the goddess of loyalty and compassion. As a controversial figure in Heathenry, Loki is often approached with trepidation. But this book introduces you to his true self: a trickster, but also a loving husband and creative problem-solver.
Join Heathen author Lea Svendsen on a rich exploration of these two Norse deities, together and separate. Discover their adventures in parenthood, their complicated relationships with the other gods, and their entertaining exploits. Learn how to set up an altar to each of them, what offerings they like, and how to perform rituals. You'll also enjoy compelling thoughts on Loki and Sigyn from Pagan and Heathen leaders, such as Patricia Lafayllve and Erika Wren.
Includes a foreword by Mortellus, author of Do I Have to Wear Black?
Lea Svendsen (Eastern Pennsylvania) has a lifetime of experience working with the Norse pantheon. Her father and paternal grandfather were Heathens, and she's an active and respected member of the Northeast Heathen Community. As a devotee of Loki and a priestess of Sigyn, Lea has given presentations and led workshop-style discussions about them.Mortellus is a lineaged Third Degree Gardnerian High Priestex of the Long Island Line. They are presently busy at work on their third book for Llewellyn Worldwide, with the second, The Bones Fall in a Spiral: A Guide to Necromancy and the Magic of Death set to arrive on shelves September 8, 2022. In addition to their role as High Priestex, Mortellus is a Mortician and holds degrees in Design, Education, Fine Arts, and Mortuary Sciences. Their areas of expertise include necromancy, necrobotany, mediumship, and the funerary rites of minority faith groups. They currently reside in Western North Carolina on three acres that doubles as the Covenstead for the Coven of Leaves with their spouse; four-year-old twins; and one really, really ridiculous dog. You can visit Mortellus online at https: //linktr.ee/acrowandthedead and https: //www.mortellus.com/.