In Norse mythology Huginn (from Old Norse “thought”) and Muninn (Old Norse “memory”or “mind”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, Midgard and bring the god Odin information. In Irish mythology ravens are associated with warfare and the battleground in the figures of Badb and Morrígan. The goddess An Morrígan alighted on the hero Cú Chulainn's shoulder in the form of a raven after his death.
Lofn (pronounced LAW-ven) is the Norse Goddess of Forbidden Love. She is one of Frigg’s handmaidens, and serves Frigg (who is the Goddess of Marriage) by removing the obstacles that lovers face. She also presides over the marriage of the two that she has brought together. Lofn’s name, which means “praise,” is also seen as Lofna, Lofe, and Lofua.
Hera, diosa de los matrimonios cree que su esposo le es infiel y por eso decide seguirle una noche en la que salio del lecho sigilosamente. Pero la diosa encontró algo que no esperaba ver en aquel pozo.