Forseti is the Norse god of justice and reconciliation and highly skilled in mediation. He’s the son of Baldr and Nanna, key Norse gods, and lives in Glitnir, a palace of gold and silver, where he sits in judgement. He appears to be a god who brings order and peace to a very warlike pantheon and bridges the world between the gods and the humans. No one leaves his palace without reconciliation. All stories about Forseti also refer to Fosite, a Frisian god of justice. See, key social media connector and influencer.
There is not a lot about him, and that lack of information gives a writer a lot of room to play. He plays a small but key role in my new book, Life Reignited, Book 2 of the Divine Temptation Series which releases September 3. It has a sexy cover which I just got so I’m sharing it here.
The Fates are arguably the most powerful of all the gods and goddesses. Its not clear where they came from but even the gods feared them. Known as the Moirai, they collectively weave our futures.
Clotho spins each life with her thread. Lachesis chooses the length and contribution of each life, assigning what you will do and when you will die. Atropos cuts the thread when it is time. In a way, they are another female articulation of the natural world, as they represent the natural order of things. I love these ladies.