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"Sleipnir is the horse Odin rides and is the child of Loki and Svaðilfari; is described as the best of all horses, and is sometimes ridden to the location of Hel" (FYI: Hel is Sleipnir's half sister... would love to hear what she has to say to him when he jumps her impossibly high wall to bring a message from Asgardh)
Hekate (Hecate) and serpents We encounter Hecate when the paths of our lives converge and we are uncertain which direction to follow. Knowing the cycles and their triune phases of birth, death and rebirth the lunar goddess represents life transitions. She appears on the threshold of change as women enter new phases of their lives. During transition
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(Yule Goat by Scott Benson) The Yule Goat is a Scandinavian tradition that predates the arrival of Christianity in Northern Europe. The goat was a symbol of the Norse god Thor, whose flying chariot was pulled by 2 goats. The Yule Goat was once considered to be a bringer of gifts, but this role has been taken over by Father Christmas, who sometimes rides the Yule Goat.
Goddess Shitala Mata - Who Cures Chickenpox
Shitala is a Hindu pox-goddess. She is accepted as the Goddess of sores, ghouls, pustules and diseases. Literally meaning is "one who cools" in Sanskrit. Shitala is accompanied by Jvarasura, the fever demon, Oladevi, the cholera goddess, Ghentu-debata, the god of skin diseases, Raktabati, the goddess of blood infections and the sixty-four epidemics.