Know’st how to write, know’st how to read Know’st how to stain, know’st how to understand Know’st how to ask, know’st how to offer knows’t how to supplicate, know’st how to sacrifice?
Folklore is filled with creatures who haunt and dwell in natural spaces and within the in-between, residing on the edges of boundaries between the wild and the more civilized. One such group of creatu
It is the plant that inspires a holiday kiss beneath where it hangs. Its historic symbolism has been celebrated for generations. Associated with the Norse goddess Frigg, and the death of her son Baldr
One of the more frequent elements of ignorance I often encounter within our community is this bizarre idea that inclusive ideologies are somehow foreign to Heathenry and that those that promote these
It is from writings such as Sturluson’s Prose Edda, for which his chief resources were likely Voluspa and Grimnismal of The Poetic Edda.
Up to this point, we’ve looked at some of the modern attitudes toward the jötnar, archaeological evidence of religion in Scandinavia, and an interpretation of that evidence as it relates to the jö