To many modern Heathens, 'Brisingamen' is Freya’s beautiful necklace, made of gold or amber or gemstones. Gifted to her by four crafty dwarves, who were paid as only Freya could pay them. Her neckla
American folk practices have always interested me. Especially, when regional practices formerly unheard of by those outside of a specific community or at least not popular in other areas are now being
I write quite a lot about children and Heathenry, since my wife and I have two kids and we bring them up in a heathen way, in a heathen context. We try to teach them what we know and include them as m
The foundation of any Heathen’s spiritual practice is the giving of gifts. Heathens back in the day (as well as Heathens today) understood that a constant exchange of gifts was required in order to
Did the ancient Heathens have some concept of a 'spirit guide' or 'totem animal'? The answer might surprise you.
It can be tricky to try to teach your kids Heathenry. I know my way around the myths, but I'm reasonably good at retelling them for adults, I'm not always the best at doing the same for my children. A