Conjured Loki, have some questions for the experts

After coming to a decision, I had decided to conjure Loki, and after being informed about how Loki isn’t such a bad guy, I decided to conjure him and asked/challenged him to change my life for the better, surprise me, a man who has had a life of strife, and struggles a lot more than normal.

After calling for him, and converse with Loki by candlelight, a blackbird came whooshing down from the hill in the north, though I couldn’t tell what it was, it moved fast, which made me nervously laugh and asked “What the hell was that?” to Loki, and then merely shrugged it off, and then concluded, by saying if he could answer my request on this night, I would wear the Dagaz Rune and be his Herald, and then offered him spice rum, hot peppers, and freshwater.

So, my question to those who worked with Loki, what the hell was that bird? It wasn’t a Raven for sure, because I’ve seen two Ravens hanging out by my site and around my home, it was too small to be a Raven, then again, maybe not, it was far too fast and made a loud whoosh sound, like a rocket falling from the sky. Also, what do you think, was it wise for me to promise him I will be his Herald if he answers the request? Let me know what you guys think.

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So firstly, I feel it should be said that depending on your level of immersion at that time, you might consider that the bird wasn’t actually a physical thing. Further, the specific type of bird doesn’t necessarily have a bearing upon its value as a sign or signal.

Which is not at all much of an answer.
If I had to hazard a guess, I think a Falcon would be a solid possibility. Fast-moving, relatively small, and associated at least in passing with Loki.

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Now that you brought that up, it might have been a falcon, because I have seen a falcon around my home, along with Ravens always hanging around my place (and also I do feed them from time to time). Also just looked it up, and yeah it’s most likely a Falcon, because I saw some pics on Google that shows Falcon flight tactics… Again don’t know what he was getting at, but it was pretty shocking to see a Falcon do that so close to me. So, he is the God of Surprises.

Well, when I conjured Beelzebub, I did see two horse flies above me, since I know he is the lord of flies, and I figure it was him in physical form. Though Astral senses are still underdeveloped, all I can do is feel presences, and not see and speak with them.

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Most definitely a Falcon, since the mystery bird floated its wings like this.

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I also saw a Fox running pass my house when I was walking back home, and I was like “Uhhh…okay two weird things I’ve seen” and the Fox looked black as well, but it could just because it was getting dark and my eyes might be seeing black animals on me.

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Aww, you’re feeding Hugin and Munin.:grin:
The Falcon feathered cloak Loki has used was borrowed from Freya. Combine that with Odin’s ravens and you may have more than Loki on your plate.

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I agree with this. You have contacted them.

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Loki is also linked to ravens. Him and Odin have a lot in common as brothers, Hoenir not so much.

I’ve heard theories that Loki is potentially a younger version of Odin in the same way Frigg is allegedly Freya’s younger incarnation. Makes me think of the Gatekeepers, “King Paimon is Azazel, Azazel is not King Paimon.”

Though in the Norse gods’ case, there are a few stories that explicitly reference them separately so 🤷‍♂. I apparently need to go over the Eddas again since you keep bringing me Odin/Loki connections I somehow missed. :grinning:

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Yeah I’ve heard that theory, I view Loki as Odin’s actual brother rather than blood brother by swearing into it. Possibly both.

Loki=Vé Odin=Odin Hoenir=Víli. I normally don’t link Gods together like that but yeah. I read the Eddas lol however, I don’t take them as the end all be all truth and I’m not a fan of the Christian Snorri all that much, I get his intention but he created a really cringy typical good vs evil scenario that needed to not be there. So I mostly just go off my UPG and have some people tag along so I don’t fall into possible delusion then I run it by stuff online to see if there’s matches and differences from the Eddas. Most of my UPG is just from etheric and physical experiences with meeting the three of them together

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Yeah, more than two Ravens, there were about 4-6 of them before, now I have two Ravens hanging about my ranch, perched on the sides of the hills around the property.

Some Cloak Loki lol a freaky bird dive-bombing next to my site. Also, what do you mean more than Loki on my plate?

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He means other Norse Gods like Freya and Odin.

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Sweet!

Loki has been associated with magpies. So perhaps that could be the bird? Though Loki has come through to me in the form of snakes, phantom scents, and the use of convieniently names usernames that ALWAYS pop up for me via the internet. Everyone’s experience is different though. I personally try not to promise anything since promises and oaths are sacred to the Norse tradition and breaking said oaths even if accidentally could have negative consequences.

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Never seen a magpie in this area (Southern California, in the Morongo Heights) though that’s still a possibility, that I shouldn’t ignore.

Well, it looked like he didn’t hold up his end of the deal, which means I’m not gonna be his herald. So, I’m sticking with Odin, Thor, and Baldur, since they honored their side of the deal. Odin = Justice, Baldur = renewed bond between me and my brother. Thor, I need to conjure, because the last time we met, it was for tom-foolery, and asking if he would give me strength.

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I’ll still go to Loki, but I may wanna consider simple requests.

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Loki is a Trickster and often teaches by humbling one in someway. Perhaps it hasn’t happened yet.

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Well if that’s how he rolls, then permit me to yell to the north “LOKI!!!” Out of respect, and for questioning him about what’s the hold up? Though like I said, I’ll call him when the need is dier.

Loki doesn’t always give you what you ask for at face value. Loki, being a trickster entity, may teach you a lesson, if you aren’t careful. Tricksters are easily offended and hell when it comes to vengeance. You have been warned.

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No problem, and thanks for the warning. Also thank you for telling me more about him, it makes me look at Loki, somewhat the same, but still someone who deserves my respect. My Pater also gave me a revenge ritual that involves Loki, who he gets back at those who wrongs you, I think you would be familiar with it? Like it involves a chain, rock, mistletoe and pig’s blood?

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