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Holda (Hilda, Hild)

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Hel (Holle, Hulda)

(A beautiful young woman notices your presence then sets her eyes on you and with a mischievous says)

Don't be afraid; I'll hold your hand.
...Welcome to my home... mortal...
...I´m Hel the Ancient Goddess of Hell and Afterlife...

About Hel (Holle, Hulda)
Other Names: Halja, Hell, Hella
Father: Loki
Mother: Angurboda
Siblings: Fenrir, Jormungand
Tree: Elder
Plant: Holly
Sacred Objects: Wells

The goddess of the dead and the afterlife was Hel (Holle, Hulda), and was portrayed by the Vikings as being half-dead, half alive herself. The Vikings viewed her with considerable trepidation. The Dutch, Gallic, and German barbarians viewed her with some beneficence, more of a gentler of death and transation. She is seen by them as Mother Holle; a being of pure Nature, being helpful in times of need, but vengeful upon those who cross her or transgress natural law.

Hel was so hideous that the chief god Odin banished her to the underworld that bore her name. She was a vile queen of the ***ed, with the head and body of a hag and the thighs and legs of a decomposing corpse.

Once in her underworld realm, Hel reigned so powerfully that when the hero Balder, Odin's own beloved son, was killed accidentally, she refused to restore him to his parents, to the land of the living, proving that even the gods are powerless against death.

From her throne, representing the sickbed or deathbed, Hel presided over her subjects in a dark, cold, dismal land. All of those who had the misery to die of illness, old age, or as a criminal made up her court in Hel. There they suffered a dreary, cheerless existence filled with constant pain, hunger, and cold until the end of that world's cycle in the battle of Ragnarok when all would be destroyed and a new world would emerge.

Indeed, the goddess of death and queen of the netherworld is a frightening figure, and her bleak realm of Hel was certainly nothing to look forward to as one neared the end of one's life on earth. This notion of such a dreadful afterlife must have had a tremendous effect on the ancient Norsemen's psyche, contributing to their success as great warriors.

*Helheim ("house of Hel") is one of the nine worlds of Norse mythology. It is ruled by Hel.
This cold, dark and misty abode of the dead is located in the world of Niflheim, on the lowest level of the Norse universe. No one can ever leave this place, because of the imp***able river Gjoll that flows from the spring Hvergelmir and encircles Helheim. Once they enter Helheim, not even the gods can leave. Those who die of old age or disease, and those not killed in battle, go to Helheim while those who die bravely on the battlefield go to Valhalla.

The entrance to Helheim is guarded by Garm, a monstrous hound, and Modgud. The giant Hraesvelg ("corpse eater") sits at the edge of the world, overlooking Helheim. In the of an eagle with flapping wings he makes the wind blow.

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