The Trickster, The Sly One, Loki is the devilishly playful character of Norse mythology. Unlike the other Gods, Loki stands out through his wit and inventive character, but even he must face his own problems. In a world ruled by chaos, the world itself seems to be no more and no less than Loki’s own playground. Is the Trickster really bound by the Gods somewhere deep inside the earth or has he unchained himself long ago only to rule the world in his mischief?
This book goes straight to the mythological origins of the real Loki of the old ways of the Norsemen. In Northern mythology, as well as in the mythology of the world itself, the God of Mischief occupies a very special position. He is both good and evil and, at the same time, he is neither good, nor evil. Loki occupies that grey space between black and white, the neutrality which can do both good as well as evil, while remaining beyond both. An intriguing character, Loki provides a fascinating study topic as it is proven by the present book.
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About the Author
Valda Roric has always been fascinated by the supernatural. Interested in the topic, she has studied many aspects of the enigmatic. Always attempting to find logical explanations for the unexplainable, Valda Roric started on a journey through countless enigmas waiting to be studied and explained logically and scientifically. In the end, the supernatural is nothing more than the natural which has not yet been explained scientifically. Also, Valda Roric believes that one must resort to explanations pertaining to the domain of the paranormal only when all other logical explanations have failed to explain a certain phenomenon.
Interested in domains such as mythology, history and paranormal investigations, Valda Roric discusses different topics in a new and daring form.