Norse Muspeli djinn?

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Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby -arianna- » Fri Mar 14, 2014 1:18 pm

Does anyone have a norse djinn from the Muspeli region? I asked for a tried of them a few days ago and I'd like to read some personal experiences with them from people who keep one. I have read whatever has been written in the forum about norse djinn but there seems to be not much particular info for the norse djinn from Muspeli. I already have another norse djinn from Miogaror and I have an understanding of the different worlds of the norse mythology. Now I'm looking for more particular info on how Muspeli djinn are from a keeper's point of view, what kinds of things they like, what wishes they prefer granting, if they're social with your other spirits in general or keep to themselves, or socialize only with your other djinn or only with your other norse spirits etc. Of course every spirit is different, but inquiring minds want to know 3|D


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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby Bjorg » Fri Mar 14, 2014 2:32 pm

You will find that they have a more ancient primal energy. This is due to Norse mythology, if you read into it, how the worlds were created from Ice and Fire.

Beyond Muspell lay the great and yawning void named Ginnungagap, and beyond Ginnungagap lay the dark, cold realm of Niflheim.
Ice, frost, wind, rain and heavy cold emanated from Niflheim, meeting in Ginnungagap the soft air, heat, light, and soft air from Muspell.


Djinn from this realm tend to be darker then from other realms. Some of the ones I am used to working with, mostly, specialize in things that might need to 'end' (relationships, bad work situations, etc.) As far as energy, they are closer to Ifrits? I have seen them socialize with others, but they do tend to keep to themselves more often then not, they will work well in large families, but they often work alone not in groups. They do have a very fiery personality, which is not always obvious, but you can see it in their work. They enjoy the candle flame, bonfires, hot water lol, and stones like Brecciated Jasper. I hope this helps at least somewhat.


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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby -arianna- » Fri Mar 14, 2014 2:38 pm

Thanks Bjorg! Yeah I expected them to be more fiery personalities and enjoying bonfires etc makes much sense, based on where they come from. Specializing in things that need to end- now this is something I was wondering about, because it would also make sense since their world is a fire world. This confirms my suspicions on why I may have felt such a strong pull towards them, as this is definitely the year I've done the most destroying and rebuilding with the help of Loki.


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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby Noctua » Fri Mar 14, 2014 4:07 pm

I've had a Muspell djinn in my keep for years now. So intriguing to see this come up, as he has been rather active for me recently.

The Muspell region has brought me a djinn that prefers wild and extreme 'wishes', likes me to be daring, likes a challenge.. Sometimes will not find it worthwhile if my desires are plain. Recklessness abounds.
Careful as they may embellish a bit upon a 'tame' natured wish, it's not really their style to regulate and be concerned with mundane reality other than to cast it with those flames.

In Norse lore Fire is associated with Loki and he may be considered a master of fire giants.. that tells you a little of the nature steeped within their being.

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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby Bunni » Fri Mar 14, 2014 4:10 pm

Noctifera wrote:I've had a Muspell djinn in my keep for years now. So intriguing to see this come up, as he has been rather active for me recently.

The Muspell region has brought me a djinn that prefers wild and extreme 'wishes', likes me to be daring, likes a challenge.. Sometimes will not find it worthwhile if my desires are plain. Recklessness abounds.
Careful as they may embellish a bit upon a 'tame' natured wish, it's not really their style to regulate and be concerned with mundane reality other than to cast it with those flames.

In Norse lore Fire is associated with Loki and he may be considered a master of fire giants.. that tells you a little of the nature steeped within their being.

I would recommend them for unlocking speedy and overwhelming bursts of immense power/force, change, that development within you and surrounding. Asking for things that seem impossible, incredible surprises.. They will support you in endeavors that others will not..
Assistance with magick, seeing into the 'forbidden' and affecting it..
Chaos, disorder, raising and upheaval of energies.. Beating the odds..


Very interesting!


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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby -arianna- » Fri Mar 14, 2014 4:25 pm

Noctifera wrote:I've had a Muspell djinn in my keep for years now. So intriguing to see this come up, as he has been rather active for me recently.

The Muspell region has brought me a djinn that prefers wild and extreme 'wishes', likes me to be daring, likes a challenge.. Sometimes will not find it worthwhile if my desires are plain. Recklessness abounds.
Careful as they may embellish a bit upon a 'tame' natured wish, it's not really their style to regulate and be concerned with mundane reality other than to cast it with those flames.

In Norse lore Fire is associated with Loki and he may be considered a master of fire giants.. that tells you a little of the nature steeped within their being.

I would recommend them for unlocking speedy and overwhelming bursts of immense power/force, change, that development within you and surrounding. Asking for things that seem impossible, incredible surprises.. They will support you in endeavors that others will not..
Assistance with magick, seeing into the 'forbidden' and affecting it..
Chaos, disorder, raising and upheaval of energies.. Beating the odds..


Thank you Noc! You were the only one I knew kept a Muspell djinn, based on your posts in the past so I was hoping you would chime in :)
As I mentioned above, I was already thinking that my attraction to these djinn right after completing a major working with Loki wasn't coincidental (not that I believe in coincidences anyway). I was hoping they could channel some of this intense fiery energy Loki brings, that can knock down obstacles in weird (and sometimes extremely sudden, frustrating and insane) but really effective ways.

Asking for things that seem impossible, incredible surprises, that was my initial impression too so it's good that I'm not the only one perceiving them this way. I can see them fitting right into my life and I already have a few things in mind they could work on if what they're looking for is a challenge :D

Thank you all for contributing, I created this thread to see if my own perception of Muspell djinn was correct so that I am prepared for when they arrive and it looks like I was spot on. Although I'll certainly enjoy reading more experiences if there are others in the forum who keep them, my initial questions have been answered.


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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby Aurum » Fri Mar 14, 2014 6:19 pm

Very interesting topic. My Norse Djinn from Miogaror is very dear to me and lately I have felt a vague need to bring another one into the family, I just haven't been able to pinpoint which world he/she should be from. At least I can cross Muspeli Djinn of my list for now.



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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby Noctua » Fri Mar 21, 2014 5:55 pm

I'm glad my response could be of help. For those who are called and can truly work with the unique nature they possess, you absolutely cannot go wrong.. They can be darker given their associations, but for the right person, as with all of these instances a very powerful companion.

The Nordic worlds are so fascinating and I hope to work closely with a djinn of the Niflheim region in the future, possibly the near future, probably getting nearer as I continue to talk about it.. lol.


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Re: Norse Muspeli djinn?

Postby blue33 » Wed Sep 27, 2017 12:45 pm

This thread was really insightful, I've JUST placed an order for a Norse Djinn from Muspeli. I wasn't thinking of Loki at all when I chose the Muspeli region, but after I read the posts here it hit me and I couldn't stop myself from smiling... ohhhhh Loki. ;)

I don't normally work with Djinn (never really "clicked" with them for some reason) but, I wanted to give them another chance and the Norse Djinn happened to stand out to me the most. This time of month seems to be themed - "try what you're avoiding" lol..




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