Time to wrap up 2018! Here are the top articles viewed by readers at Huginn’s Heathen Hof this past year. Some of the articles are new, but most are oldies-but-goodies.
Xander Folmer covers the historical context for runic magic, runic charms, and runic inscriptions.
Originally a Patreon-only article, Cara Freyasdaughter reviews the basics of how to make an offering for the Gods and ancestors in a Heathen context.
Former contributing HHH author Dagulf Loptson’s “12 Devotional Days of Yule” gives an in-depth description of how one Heathen’s family celebrates the Yuletide holidays.
This is first article in Cara Freyasdaughter’s “Offerings for the Gods” series is a great starting point for any new Heathen in building their personal practice. Also check out Offerings for the Gods, Part 2: The Vanir and Offerings for the Gods, Part 3: The Jotnar.
Xander’s handy guide to pronouncing Old Norse words. Never be stumped by Old Norse pronounciation again!
A great article from former HHH contributing author Räv Skogsberg for people interested in becoming Heathen.
Many Heathens want to know how to write names and invocations in runes. Equip yourself with the ability to write your own runic inscriptions!
Xan’s overview of the runes of the Younger Futhark.
Cara Freyadaughter’s ever-popular article on some of the most interesting aspects of life the Viking Age.
And finally, the most popular article on HHH this year (and overall the most popular article on our site):
Xan’s overview of the most commonly used run set in modern Heathenry, the Elder Futhark.
Happy New Year!
–The staff at HHH