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Title: A Dictionary of Urglaawe Terminology Author(s): Robert L. Schreiwer, Ammerili Eckhart Publisher: lulu.com Date Published: June 4, 2012 Language: English Cover: Paperback Pages: 112 When I came to Heathenry, many years ago, it was sparked initially by a discovery of a connection and then fascination with Frau Holle. (Also spelled: Holda, Hulda, etc…) After a while I connected with […]
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We’ve been having a thoughtful conversation across blogs lately about what Heathenry is (or isn’t) missing. It is, of course, a conversation we’ve been having for forty years. Before we had it online, we had it in magazines, and before we had it in magazines, we had it in mimeographed newsletters. Wherever we’ve had it, though, we’ve been having it in English, and that means that we’ve assumed a few things, and that we’ve missed a few more.
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A common problem for newer Heathens, and even some of the more experienced members of our community, is determining exactly what the Heathen holiday calendar looks like. Even a brief dive into Google will reveal a number of different calendars and holy days. The AFA has eight holy days based on the Wiccan wheel of the year. The Troth has TWENTY TWO annual celebrations if you include the various 'Days of Remembrance'. Combined with current scholarly disputes over dates and practices, it's enough to leave a newcomer completely baffled!
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