The Painting

“Seek not quarrels and warfare, not for any reasons.  Such reasons as there are for warfare are born of phantasies and fears. Rather seek out reasons for a mutual respect and enjoy together the manifold possibilities of life”

– The Devil’s Prayerbook.

‘This painting was the work of a very skilled artist’ he thought.  It appeared to portray the Norse god Loki in all his shining glory, but upon closer inspection it was obvious that it was an illusion.  The painting was not at all of Loptr, instead it was a self-evident depiction of Koalemos.  Jonathan congratulated himself for reading Plutarch.  Its not always all Greek after all.  Being close with Sigyn also helps, because she provided Jonathan with all the insight he needed to understand the situation from the ground up.


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