WHAT HEATHENQUEEN IS DOING
Does anyone actually read profiles anymore? Is it just about scrolling to the end to rate? It seems that is the case. However, let's play a game, if you've read my profile, message me and tell me one thing about myself. I would be willing to wager that I will not receive one message! Later in this section, I clearly and unequivocally state that I despise receiving non-substantive messages from people I do not know such as "hi" or "how are you?" I also state that if you are one of those VR males who enjoys messaging every female profile on the site with the same canned message, I will block you. I have several profiles on this site, so when I receive cut and pasted messages on several profiles, I become irritated and annoyed. An irritated and annoyed HeathenQueen=your ass blocked. I will also probably give you negative honor. I am not here looking for a date or to meet people who do not take the time to put together two thoughtful sentences when messaging me. It is that simple, but I digress.
I generally do not post many details about my personal life on my profiles. Over time, I have shortened this section as very few people read profiles. I invite you to get to know me, and, as you do, you will learn more about me. As with most people, I have both hard and soft personality traits. I am often kind and express a caring attitude toward others. I am compassionate and considerate and enjoy extending assistance to someone in need. Still, I am a dominant (not domineering) person. I do not put up with excuses and cannot stand insensitivity, idiocy, or ignorance. I loathe drama, although occasionally, I am grudgingly swept into it based on a need to defend myself or others. I am fiercely protective of those I love, including myself. I know how to listen and am confident and fully self-sufficient.
Additionally, I am a private person and carefully choose with whom I share my life. I am an introspective introvert and I ordinarily find it hard to confide in others I meet online. While VR is near and dear to my heart, I have found it particularly difficult to trust most who frequent this website. Most people who know me off of VR think I must be kidding when I tell them I am an introvert. If you asked someone to describe me who knows me reasonably well offline, they'd presumably characterize me as outgoing, extroverted, and social.
I am an attorney by profession and have practiced for more than 21 years. For 21 years, I was a litigator. Two years ago, I closed my private practice and accepted a non-litigation position at one of the nation's largest law firms.
I have been on VR for about 10 years now. I do not remember the exact details of how I came to find VR; I just know that I did and was immediately drawn to the site. Despite taking many breaks from logging in, I have always returned to the site. It is a place where I feel free to express myself in whatever way I choose. Although VR has changed drastically, I still love it here and enjoy freely expressing my personality's darker sides.
While I have been on VR, I have had two Covens. The first, I established immediately following leveling to Sire. VR was much more active at that time. Path of Ecstacy was a great deal of fun, with playful banter, sarcastic sexual quips, and fun threads where all type of information was exchanged. I have had a Mentorship since I reached level 80, which was also very active for quite some time. When first established, the Mentorship was called Succubus Seductions. When I returned to VR a few years ago, I rebranded the Mentorship, Violet Dreamscapes. I overhauled the member pages and the forums.
Because my life off VR is of a serious nature, you will find me to be quite silly, often joking. I am also quite perverse and have never met a dirty joke I did not like. Although I am difficult to offend, I have a few ground rules. I expect to be treated with respect. If you respect me, I will respect you. The converse is also true. If you disrespect me, expect to be disrespected in return. I do not put up with people's bullshit, delusions, name-calling, whining, or drama. I loathe misogynistic misanthropes; I do not think journals of women's bouncing breasts are amusing or appropriate. While they might well be within the TOS on this site, they are tasteless and vulgar. I am not a vampire or were-creature and cannot turn you, so please do not ask me to do so. I am also not here to edit or evaluate your profile, so please do not ask me to do this either. I come here in my free time for enjoyment and to talk to a few close friends that remain on the site. Do not flirt with me, period. I am in a long-term relationship.
Also, do not message me and simply say "hi." I despise non-substantive messages. If you are one of those VR males who enjoys messaging every female on the site, I will block you. If you call me, my friends, pets, or family names, I will block you. Cancer created the block button for a reason and I do not hesitate to utilize it when needed.
In my minimal spare time, I enjoy creating. I love to develop new and different coding and delight in creating exceptional, one-of-a-kind graphics. Coding and creating graphics is one of the ways I express my more creative side.
If you add me as a friend, please also add my journal. If you have added me, please send me a message so that I can add you in return. Thanks for visiting my profile, and if you have read this far, kudos to you!
This section is my least favorite part of any profile, but I feel I must mention my thought process regarding rating profiles. In the past, I have rated compassionately, generally giving a 10 to those who attempted to decorate their profile. You see, I realize that not everyone is a coder by profession or has the equipment and software to code a profile elaborately. I was always conscious of that when I rated. However, recently, I have rethought my rating policy due to some unnamed individuals rating low. Now I give what I get. Why should I help you if you won't help me?
The VR Manual states: “A valid rating is between 1 and 10 with 1 being the lowest score and 10 being the highest. How you choose to rate a profile is totally up to you. Different members will have different criteria for profile rating. When you rate a profile, it will have more weight the higher your status level.”
If you use a tiny font that I have to find a microscope to read, I am not rating your profile high. Likewise, if you utilize a color scheme that makes it difficult, if not impossible, to read your profile, you will receive a low rating. Profiles with poor grammar and/or poor spelling will garner a low rating. If you do not possess a basic knowledge of grammar and spelling, there are free sites such as Grammarly that you can utilize. There is no excuse for poor grammar or misspelled words on a profile, in my opinion. If you make changes or edits to your profile, you are always welcome to ask me for a re-rate which I may or may not do.
If you need assistance with graphics or coding, you are always welcome to reach out. Because I love to code and make graphics, I am usually happy to share my knowledge. I also do not use expensive software to create my graphics. Everything I have learned regarding coding and creating graphics is self-taught, with occasional help from a few dear friends.
Although I detest focusing on negative matters, I need to address those on the site who are spiteful and purposefully rate profiles low. I believe those who down-rate due to some irrational, dreamt-up policy do so because they are miserable people, throwing a tantrum because someone disturbed their King/Queen of VR crown. Enjoy your perceived power over others. These childish, negative drama queens derive joy from antagonizing other site members by passing judgment on their creative works without considering the merit of the profile’s coding, graphics, or text. Besides a few admittedly neat coding tricks, these boorish individuals do not have elaborate profiles and have only a few rudimentary pictures to adorn their profiles.
From dealing with children for years, I have found it best to ignore their tantrums and histrionics. But they will come; they always do. You are entitled to your opinion as I am entitled to mine. However, I recommend seeking counseling from a licensed psychotherapist; therapy is even available online now. Also, you may wish to consider stepping away from the computer now and then, keyboard warrior. The sunlight might do you some good. Don’t forget your sunscreen. Good skincare is essential even for waste-of-time troglodytes.
Freyja is the Norse goddess of fertility. She is the daughter of Njord and has a twin brother Freyr. When Freyja goes anywhere, she travels in a chariot pulled by cats. Freyja, with her staff, knows the art of predicting the future – prophecy – and she teaches Odin this magical art.
Freyja also has a darker side as a goddess of war, and half of the warriors who die in battle go to her sacred meadows of Folkvang.
Freyja wears jewelry called Brisingamen that was the most beautiful in the world and many wanted it for themselves.
One myth tells of how Freyja was with Odin, as his lover. She lived in a house that was both beautiful and strong and when it was locked, no one could enter without her permission.
One day Freyja left her house and saw four dwarves, inside a rock, in the middle of forging the fantastic necklace.
Freyja liked the jewelry and the dwarves liked her. She offered gold and silver, but the dwarves were not interested. They were only willing to sell their parts if Freyja spent one night with each of them – and so the deal was struck. After four nights, Freyja got her necklace, went home, and told no one what had happened.
But somehow the cunning mischief-maker Loki found out how Freyja got Brisingamen, and also how she paid for it. And he told Odin. Odin asked Loki to take the necklace and bring it to him.
Odin sent Loki off to Freyja’s house, but it was locked. It was cold and Loki began to freeze, so he transformed himself into a fly and buzzed around to every lock and joint, looking for a way in. Eventually, he found a tiny little hole under the roof and crept into the house, where everyone was asleep.
Loki went up to the sleeping Freyja, who was wearing the necklace, and he saw that the clasp was around the back of her neck. He changed into a flea and bit her on the cheek so she woke up and turned over in her bed. Now Loki could get at the clasp. When she fell asleep again, he carefully undid Freyja’s necklace and took it to Odin.
When Freyja woke in the morning to find the necklace gone and the door open, she suspected what had happened and she went to Odin to ask for the necklace back. He did give it back, but only after making her cast a spell cursing two mighty kings to battle against each other for all eternity.
Idun is the goddess of youth – her name means “giver of eternal youth.” The other gods get golden apples from her. She stores them in a basket and they keep the gods young until the end of the world.
Idun is the daughter of the dwarf Ivald and she is married to Bragi. Together they are perhaps the least magical of the gods. The connection with the life-giving fruit makes her a goddess of the erotic, sexuality, and offspring and she is also known as the “maiden of the gods.”
Once the trickster and troublemaker Loki got into a quarrel with the giant Thiazi. To stop the fight, he promised to kidnap Idun and give her to the giant. He managed to lure Idun into the forest, where the giant Thiazi was waiting. He took her off to Jotunheim, the realm of the giants.
Without Idun’s apples, the gods quickly began to age and their hair turned grey. When Loki was found to be the one behind all this, he had to choose between paying with his life or bringing Idun back home to Asgard again.
Loki borrowed Freyja’s magic cloak, which turned him into a falcon and he flew to Jotunheim to fetch Idun. When he arrived there, he changed her into a nut and flew back to Asgard with her in his claws. The myth fails to explain how he got the apples back, so that remains a mystery.
Now when the giant Thiazi, who had been out fishing, came back and saw that Idun was gone, he assumed his eagle form and flew like the wind to Asgard. When the gods saw Loki in falcon form approaching with the nut in his talons, they went out to the walls of Asgard and piled up a stack of wood shavings.
As the falcon landed safely inside the walls, the gods set fire to the pile of wood shavings. Thiazi in his eagle form was unable to stop and his feathers caught fire, bringing him crashing to the ground. Then the Aesir gods killed the giant.
But the story does not end there, since Thiazi had a daughter – the giantess Skadi. And she wanted revenge for the death of her father…
Frigg is the Queen of Asgard and the highest of the goddesses. Her home is called Fensalir, which means “hall of the marshlands.” She is married to Odin and her father is called Fjorgynn. She is the goddess of motherhood and is herself the mother of Balder, Hodor, and Hermod.
Frigg is also the goddess of marriage and her name comes from the verb “fríja” = to love. Fridays are named after her and so Friday is considered the best day to get married on. According to the myth, Frigg wears a large blue cape that symbolizes the sky.
Although Frigg was married to the god of wisdom, she was capable of outfoxing him and sometimes they made bets on certain things. Odin asked his clever wife for advice on many issues and, although she never made predictions, she knew a lot about the future.
Despite being the goddess of marriage, Frigg was unfaithful to Odin on several occasions, including with his brothers. Frigg and Freyja are very similar in myths and their functions are sometimes intertwined.
As the Queen of the goddesses, Frigg has a group of women surrounding her. Frigg’s attendant Fulla, with a gold band in her hair, looks after Frigg’s special ash box, her shoes, and knows all of Frigg’s secrets. Another attendant is Gna, who she sends off as a messenger. When Frigg wants to give someone protection, she sends the goddess Hlin, a name also given to Frigg sometimes.
Skadi is a goddess of the wilderness who hunts in the mountains on her skis. Her father is the giant Thiazi. Despite being a giantess, she became accepted by the gods of Asgard when she married the sea god Njord.
Skadi is a mysterious figure, with a masculine name and similarities to the god Ull – who is described in the myths as an attractive man on skis or snowshoes.
Skadi went to Asgard, the realm of the gods, to avenge her father, the giant Thiazi, who was killed by the Aesir gods. She went in full battle dress – helmet, coat of mail and all the weapons of war.
The gods offered Skadi compensation instead of revenge – she was invited to choose a husband from among the gods, but only by looking at their feet. Skadi wanted to marry Balder and thought that the most attractive feet must be his. But she was wrong! The feet instead belonged to the sea god Njord.
Skadi’s own condition for not seeking revenge was that the gods should make her laugh. Loki tied one end of a rope around the beard of a nanny goat and the other around his testicles. Every time the goat jumped, Loki squealed and squealed before finally dropping into Skadi’s lap. This made her laugh!
Odin then threw Thiazi’s eyes into the sky, where they became stars and that pleased Skadi.
The marriage between Skadi and Njord was not a success. Njord wanted to live by the sea, in his home of Noatun, where he could hear the cry of the seagulls. Skadi wanted to live in the mountains of her home Thrymheim, where she could hear the cry of the wolves. They agreed to spend nine nights in each place instead. However, this arrangement did not last, and they eventually lived their separate lives.
Sif is the wife of Thor and the Norse Goddess of the Earth, homes, and crops. Her golden hair represents the wheat fields that she helps to grow.
She plays a key part in the Norse myth, The Creation of Thor’s Hammer. It is said that one day, the mischievous Loki decided to cut off Sif’s long, golden hair.
Angered, the god of thunder, Thor, threatened to harm Loki; but, Loki persuaded Thor to spare his life on the condition he would find even better hair for Sif.
As with many of the Norse goddesses, little detail remains of Sif’s own stories and life. However, we do know that a species of common moss is called “Sif’s hair” in Old Norse.
Along with her marriage to Thor – god of storms and rains needed to help crops grow – this suggests she was regarded as the goddess of plants and the earth.
Hel is the Norse Goddess of the Underworld. She is the daughter of Loki and her name means “hidden” in Old Norse. She watches over the dead who arrive and dwell in the underworld, a place called Niflheim.
Hel is described in Old Norse myths as being half made from flesh and being half blue. She is always looking fierce and downcast. She recurs in many books of Norse myths from the 13th century.
Her name has such strong connections with death that, as of 2017, it is against the law to name your child Hel in Iceland.
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