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Huginn’s Heathen Hof

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Author: Robert L. Schreiwer

Robert L. Schreiwer is the Manager of Huginn's Heathen Hof and also Manager of Heathens Against Hate. He is the founder of the Urglaawe tradition of Heathenry and is a Ziewer (godsman) in Distelfink Sippschaft. He has been active in the Deitsch (Pennsylvania German or Pennsylvania Dutch) language and cultural movement for over 30 years and has taught the Deitsch language at Kutztown University. He is a trained Braucher in the Oley Freindschaft Guild of Braucherei and the founder of the Guild of Urglaawe Pracitioners of Braucherei and Hexerei. Rob is also a former Steer (2016-2019) of The Troth, and still hold the titles of Steer Emeritus, Ambassador-at-Large, Pennsylvania Steward, and Red Hammer Program Coordinator within that organization. He founded In-Reach Heathen Prison Services, which is now a program within The Troth, and its counterpart for mental health facility visitation remains part of Distelfink Sippschaft.
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On March 18, 2020

Ebbes Griene, Ebbes Schwatze
 Ebbes Weisse fer Ihre Katze.
 Backt mer Datsch am Frouwadaag,
* Strae die Grimmle wu Sie mag,
 Vum Eck zum Eck am Gaarderanft,
 So wachse die Greider uff ‘s L

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Tonight at sunset we begin the closing of the Entschtanning observance, although the Entschtanning “season” actually runs up until the Spring Equinox observance next month. Tonight is what we Urglaawer call “es Lichtfescht” or, more correctly in Deitsch, “es Lichderfescht,” which is our festival of lights. On Night 3, we discussed the cleaning of the […]
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The Matronae (Deitsch: Midder or Hausmitter) are deities who were honored Northwestern Europe. Numerous (over 1,100 throughout Europe) votives dating from the 1st to the 5th century are found in that region. Their depictions almost always show three Matronae together, usually within a context of bounty. There is significant crossover among Gallic, Germanic, and Roman […]
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Die Zusaagpflicht, also called die Zusaagfassing: The closest loose translation would be that of a “Sacred Duty” or a “Sacred Promise” as it relates to an an unwritten (though guidelines are in process) moral and ethical “contract” among the plant, animal, human, mineral, and spirit realms (Tobin, The Sacred Promise 14, 16). This concept of […]
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