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  Hel (goddess) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Norse mythology, Hel is the queen of Helheim, the Norse underworld.
Hel he cast down to her realm in the underworld and gave her authority over all those in the nine worlds who do not die gloriously in battle but of sickness or of old age.
It has been suggested that this description of Hel is of later date, and that she originally was a much more neutral goddess over the realm of shadows, where all, both good and evil, courageous and cowardly, gather after death.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hel_(goddess)   (575 words)

 Hel, Poland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Kashubian village of Hel was first mentioned in 1198 as a centre of herring trade area named Gellen.
In 1526 king Sigismund I the Old halted all privileges granted previously to Hel and sold the town and the peninsula to the city authorities of Gdańsk.
During the Polish Defence War of 1939 the Hel Peninsula was one of the longest-defended pockets of Polish Army resistance.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hel,_Poland   (828 words)

Hel, in Norse mythology, goddess of the dead and ruler of the underworld.
Hel was one of three monstrous creatures the trickster fire god Loki gave birth to after eating the heart of a witch, the giantess Angerbotha.
When the beautiful but doomed god Balder was treacherously murdered, Hel housed him in a huge golden hall befitting his station, and she was sympathetic to the request of the gods, delivered by the god Hermod, that Balder be returned to heaven.
www.cornholio.00page.com /hel.htm   (566 words)

 Search: Hel - Info.co.uk
Hel is the ruler of Helheim, the realm of the dead.
Hel is not the goddess of death, she's the goddess of the underworld.
Hel was terrible to look at, one-half of her was greenish fl and the other a livid white, with flesh that seemed to be rotting like that of...
dpxml.infospace.com /infocom.uk/results?otmpl=dog/webresults.htm&qkw=Hel&CMP=KNC-3LS480536328&infoad=1   (279 words)

 Whoosh! Episode Guide: CLEOPATRA 2525: TRUTH BE TOLD (23/301)
Hel believes that the figure is not a hologram and that her father is really alive.
Sarge: "Hel, as much as I would like Voice to shut up, I don't think giving her to Creegan is the way to go." Voice tells Sarge to shoot Hel before it's too late, but Hel fires the transplane generator at Creegan and then turns it on herself.
Hel is picking up readings on her scanner, and Creegan says that someone else must be on the psionic plane with them.
www.whoosh.org /epguide/cleo/c301_23_truth.html   (1678 words)

 HEL Music Supplies Ltd - vintage and used guitars, basses, pedals, keyboards, drums and more   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
HEL Music Supplies Ltd. is an independently owned and operated, full-line musical instrument retail store located in Saskatoon, Sk, Canada.
HEL Music is Saskatchewan's 'Sound System Specialists', having sold and installed numerous public address systems in ice rinks, schools, community halls, churches, casinos, restaurants and bars, conference centers, hotels and recreation centers.
HEL is an authority for vintage and collectable musical instruments.
www.helmusic.com /about_history.php   (325 words)

Her name means the "one who covers up" or the "one who hides," and the ones Hel hid in her nine-circled realm were those who died of disease or old age.
Hel was the daughter of the giant woman Angerboda and was thought to be an ugly pinto woman, half fl and half white, who rode up to earth to enfold the dying in her horrible arms and to rest her drooping head against theirs.
Down in her nine-ringed realm, where the inhabitants kept up a constant wail, Hel lived in a miserable palace called Sleet-Cold, where the walls were built of worms and human bones.
www.hranajanto.com /goddessgallery/hel.html   (288 words)

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Hel, Sarge, Cleo, and Mauser are thrown to the other side of the lab in a huge blast that causes much damage.
Hel pulls a laser from her a pouch on her shorts, and starts to run it along the back part of your ear.
Hel slowly grabs a read scarf and slowly teases Creegan with it before she wraps it around his throat, strangling him with it.
www.angelfire.com /tv/Cleopatra2525/hormonesin2525.htm   (2769 words)

 Hel --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
The Old Norse word hel was derived from the earlier halja, meaning “place of concealment,” which, by extension, included the grave or the underworld.
Hel was one of the children of the trickster god Loki, and her kingdom was said to lie downward and northward.
The realm of Hel, the land of the dead, was situated somewhere within Niflheim.
www.britannica.com /ebi/article-9341204?tocId=9341204   (700 words)

 Hel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Hel Peninsula is a unique on a national scale natural and landscape attraction and some call it the longest pier in Europe.
Hel is one of the oldest settlements in the Pomerania region.
Tourists are drawn to the Hel Peninsula to sail and windsurf, as well as to see old monuments and become acquainted with old Kaszubian culture, which is presented at numerous cultural events, such as the Jastarnia Festival (Jastarnicko Sobótka), Eel Festval (Dni Węgorza), and the Kaszubian Festival (Dni Kaszubskie).
www.panorama-miast.com.pl /39/html/hel.htm   (544 words)

 Mythus: Priests of Hel
It is said that the largest gatherings celebrating her influence occur on the nights of the one-quarter and three-quarter moon (when half is light, and half is dark, mirroring her appearance), and that the spirits of the departed moan in accompaniment to the rites.
Hel, to serve the priest for a brief duration.
The way Hel is presented here places her as the 'evil' of the Norse pantheon, something which strikes me as a logical extension of her original place in the pantheon considering the extra centuries of civilization, worship, and development that the Norse nations on AErth get.
icculus.org /~msphil/mythus/castings/pantheon/norse/hel.html   (1183 words)

 Hel (goddess) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hel was the goddess of the underworlds, Helheim and Niflheim, in Norse mythology.
Odin threw Hel there and gave her authority over those who do not die gloriously in battle but of sickness or of old age.
Hel was a daughter of Loki and Angerboda.
www.peacelink.de /keyword/Hel_(goddess).php   (124 words)

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Hel is a Norse Goddess, queen of the underworld which was portrayed as a hall of horrors, or a hall of pleasantries which had similar status of the hall of Valhalla.
Hel does not kill or harass the souls of the leaving, she merely takes the souls of the dead that have not been taken by Valkyries and takes them back to Helheim which is situated in the roots of Yggdrasl.
Hel is worshipped when we accept the inevitable, such as passing from the ravages of cancer, or accepting that we cannot actually ‘get rid of’ whatever terrible situation is plaguing us.
www.wicca.com /celtic/forums/view_topic.php?id=6875&forum_id=19   (1072 words)

 Hel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hel is cast into the netherworld and becomes the ruler of that underworld to which souls who have not died in battle will depart.
Because of Hel’s special role in the deaths of mothers in childbirth and children of all ages who die, She has become, according to some sources, the special guardian of children.
Hel has fallen from her privileged position as guardian and ruler through years of being represented as an evil, ugly entity waiting to devour and torture lost souls.
pages.preferred.com /~toxsloth/hel   (1781 words)

 Whoosh! Episode Guide: CLEOPATRA 2525: HEL AND HIGHWATER II (14/114)
Hel thinks their shields must not be amped up enough, but Cleo says that the technology they stole from the Bailey enabled them to make weapons that can get past their shields.
Sarge says she knows that Hel is thinking of all the times she told Sarge her attitude was going to get her killed someday, and now it's happened.
Hel says no, she was thinking of all the times Sarge had saved their lives.
www.whoosh.org /epguide/cleo/c114_14_hel2.html   (765 words)

 Hel, Norse Goddess of the Dead and the Underworld--Underworld goddesses Norse gods and goddesses Scandinavian gods ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hel ("the Hidden" from the word hel,"to conceal") is the Norse goddess of the dead, ruler of the nine worlds of the Land of Mist, Niflheim or Niflhel, located in the far north-- a cold, damp place that is home to frost giants and dwarves.
The name Hel was applied both to the Queen of the Underworld and the land itself, and it is thought that the land gave the Queen Her name.
Hel in a reading can represent a time of simultaneous endings and beginnings, the point at which the circle is completed.
www.thaliatook.com /hel.html   (370 words)

In Norse mythology, Hel is the ruler of Helheim, the realm of the dead.
Her face and body are those of a living woman, but her thighs and legs are those of a corpse, mottled and moldering.
They cast her in the underworld, into which she distributes those who are send to her; the wicked and those who died of sickness or old age.
www.pantheon.org /articles/h/hel.html   (156 words)

 Hel - Demons, Demonology, and Evil in Europe
Hel was the daughter of Loki and the giantess, Angrboda.
From the waist up, Hel's color was pink, but from her hips down, her skin was greenish-fl & looked decayed.
Hel told him that if everything in the nine worlds, both dead and alive, weeps for Baldur, she would return him to Asgard, but if even one thing will not mourn, Balder must stay in Niflheim.
www.deliriumsrealm.com /delirium/mythology/hel.asp   (259 words)

Medieval legends spoke of Hel as Brunnhilde, "Burning Hel,"also the name of a leader of the Valkyries, otherwise known as Hild the Avenger.
Some myths suggest that Hel was originally envisioned as not fiery but dark: a Crone-goddess like Black Kali, eater of the dead.
She is really another name for Hecate or Hel, and had ruled the underworld as destroying Mother Kali ruled it under the name of Prisni, which may have been the origin of Persephone's Etruscan name, Persipnei.
goddessofthe8thhouse.com /dar_hel5.htm   (340 words)

Helheim ("house of Hel") is one of the nine worlds of Norse mythology.
It is ruled by Hel, the monstrous daughter of the trickster god Loki and his wife Angrboda.
This cold, dark and misty abode of the dead is located in the world of Niflheim, on the lowest level of the Norse universe.
www.pantheon.org /articles/h/helheim.html   (176 words)

 Cleopatra 2525: In Your Boots   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hel, Sarge, and Cleopatra are at Creegan's trial when Marla, the former bootlegger turned peacekeeper, sentences him to death for his crimes against humanity.
Soon after, Voice contacts Sarge, who is now acting as team leader until Voice and Hel reestablish trust, and informs her that there's a situation with Creegan at the prison.
He informs Hel, who is now mesmerized in his presence, that he can tell her everything she ever wanted to know about Voice.
www.hostultra.com /~kszonew/cwo/season2/2010.htm   (683 words)

 CD29 integrin- and LIMK1/cofilin-mediated actin reorganization regulates the migration of haematopoietic progenitor ...
HEL cells pre-incubated with antibodies to the indicated integrin adhesion molecules were seeded on to a confluent layer of HESS-M28 cells.
Figure 5  HEL cell migration is inhibited by dominant negative forms of Rho and Cdc42, and adhesion of HEL cells to HESS-M28 cells is inhibited by dominant negative form of Rac.
HEL cell migration in a dose-dependent manner (Fig. 8).
www.genestocellsonline.org /cgi/content/full/9/4/345   (6251 words)

 B cells extract and present immobilized antigen: implications for affinity discrimination   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Presentation was monitored using either soluble HEL (Soluble; left-hand panel) or biotinylated HEL bound to streptavidin-coated beads (Particulate; right-hand panel).
Degradation of HEL or bridging mAb is presented as radioactivity released into the culture supernatant.
The incubation was performed in the absence or presence of genistein and the results are presented as radioactivity released into the culture supernatant.
www.nature.com /emboj/journal/v19/n4/fig_tab/7592162ft.html   (1152 words)

 Race: The Hel
Only this is known: the Hel are communal organism that exists on different planets, and and as a composite being feed off of solar energy, which generates a life-force aura ('Hel Presence').
When adorned in their shielding suits of armor, the Hel are limited in their communication to simple 3 colored light displays on their face plate-red for no, green for yes, yellow for untranslatable/no common point of reference.
They are capable of assuming a myriad of forms on the Hel planets, and wear armored suits to protect those around them from their life force when off-Hel.
www.new-hampshire.com /adastra/race/racehel.html   (733 words)

"See you in Hel" were the last words I uttered to Ingrid Tulp and Hans Schekkerman before jumping onto an aeroplane to jet to Europe on the 2 October 2002.
As our train arrived 4 minutes after our scheduled bus to Hel was supposed to leave we were wondering as we stood "stranded" at the bus stop how we were going to get to our desired destination...
On Sunday afternoon we had a rather damp excursion to the tip of the peninsula where the town of Hel is situated.
web.uct.ac.za /depts/stats/adu/travel/hel.htm   (529 words)

 The Norse Realm of Hel
She was a vile queen of the damned, with the head and body of a hag and the thighs and legs of a decomposing corpse.
Once in her underworld realm, Hel reigned so powerfully that when the hero Balder, Odin's own beloved son, was killed accidentally, she refused to restore him to his parents, to the land of the living, proving that even the gods are powerless against death.
Indeed, the goddess of death and queen of the netherworld is a frightening figure, and her bleak realm of Hel was certainly nothing to look forward to as one neared the end of one's life on earth.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/mythology/88621   (471 words)

 [ELFWOOD] SF&F Art / Agnes D. Olson / 'Hel (also known as Hela) Norse Goddess of the Dead'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Hel was the goddess of the dead and queen of Nifelheim/Helheim (the underworld) in Norse Mythology.
But the other gods were uncomfortable with Hel's appearance (she was born with her bones exposed on one side of her body) and they avoided her.
To Hel go those who died of sickness, old age, and those who did not die in battle.
elfwood.lysator.liu.se /loth/a/o/aolson/hela4web.jpg.html   (899 words)

 AllRefer.com - Hel (Ancient Religion) - Encyclopedia
Hel[hel] Pronunciation Key, in Norse mythology, the underworld (sometimes called Niflheim) and the goddess who ruled there.
In early Germanic mythology, Hel was the goddess who ruled the majestic abode for the dead.
Later, particularly after the advent of Christianity, Hel became a place of punishment, similar to the Christian hell.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/H/Hel.html   (144 words)

 Loki's Children
When the gods kidnapped all three children, Hel was cast into Nifilheim to look over the dishonored dead, or those that died of illness or old age, sharing whatever food she had with them.
On her table sat Hel's plate which was called Hunger, her knife which was called Famine.
Hel will make her last stand at the twilight of the gods when she brings her hoard of dead up and out of Nifilheim to join her father and the other giants in the final battle of Ragnarok.
www.vikingage.com /vac/lokis-kids.html   (1321 words)

 Special Hel Information
Interestingly enough, Special Hel is a remake of Mohawk School.
Special Hel was created by Joe back when he programmed computer simulations.
Special Hel was where the sanes were sent to after F killed them all before the 'Special Hel' series.
www.angelfire.com /ma/lordomnipotent/itcomics/location/shel.html   (287 words)

 CD29 integrin- and LIMK1/cofilin-mediated actin reorganization regulates the migration of haematopoietic progenitor ...
HEL cell migration is mediated by the adhesion of
HEL cell migration is inhibited by both dominant negative forms
role in the migration of HEL cells underneath HESS-M28 cells.
www.genestocellsonline.org /cgi/content/abstract/9/4/345   (285 words)

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