Though I’ve always been community service minded, my relationship to service has changed over the years. The biggest changes have happened when my relationship to my gods changed. I first starte
Much of what is “known” about the temple at Uppsala is almost exclusively based on the writings of Adam of Bremen, a Christian chronicler who wrote about the cultic activity at Uppsala without eve
In this series, we've explored the archaeological evidence and analyzed surviving popular texts about the pre-Christian religions in Scandinavia. It seems high time to turn toward scholarship which an
It is from writings such as Sturluson’s Prose Edda, for which his chief resources were likely Voluspa and Grimnismal of The Poetic Edda.
There's a theory that some of the diversity found within the Lore is a type of mythological rendering of the subversion and assimilation of earlier religious elements. This theory is based on an under
Today I want to take a step back, both from modern practice and belief and in time: today, let’s look at what archaeological evidence has been found of pre-Christian religion in Scandinavia.