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Heyd


Heyd was the Norwegian sea-witch or storm-fiend in the shape of a white bear alluded to in the saga of Grettir. With the other storm-fiend Ham, she was sent by Helgi to engulf Frithjof as he sailed for the island of Yari Angantyr. A.G.H.


Source:

Spence, Lewis, An Encyclopedia of Occultism, New York, Carol Publishing Group Edition, 1996, p. 209

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