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Loki, God of Mischief has shared some cool memes with us. Take a look :3
As Norse Mythology tells us, one day, Loki had an affair with Svaðilfari, and so they had a nice baby, the eight-legged horse Sleipnir. (Well, it was actually Loki who gave birth to Sleipnir, and the real myth isn’t as romantic.) Sleipnir happened to be the best of all horses. What’s more, he was Odin’s gorgeous horse.
If you want more information about this affair, and all the ins and outs about eight-legged horse birthing, please read the Prose Edda, and/or fetch a Norse Mythology book 🙂
Which prank have you done, or will do, during this April Fools? Who did you get Loki’d???
“Knowledge is Power” is an aphorism that comes from Latin “scientia potent est“, attributed to Sir Francis Bacon, even though the exact phrase appeared in Thomas Hobbes latin edition of the Leviathan (1651). There is another related phrase: “Sapientia est potentia” which means “wisdom is power”. Both refer to the same: the more you know, the more you are able to control.
Loki preferred magic to brute force, allowing him to know more, hence, to control more. From the films that we’ve seen till now, we can accurately see that he is using his knowledge to obtain power. He is mischievously cunning, and he is so because he is very intelligent and is using his brain for a mischivous “glorious purpose”. He has gathered knowledge in several areas: magic and psychology (he knows how Asgardians act). Will he turn that knowledge into wisdom in the next movie? Let’s wait and see!