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Heathens respond to hate by fighting back
Becoming a Heathen myself has meant learning certain code words. This is not meant to sound sinister; obviously every group has its codes. But “folkish” and “universalist” seemed a little tricky. In North America in particular, organizations had formed, split, fragmented and re-formed over this divide. In its simplest terms, the issue is this: should Heathenry be exclusively for those of Northern European descent, or should it be accessible to anyone who is interested?
Did Freemasonry invent modern Paganism?
Freemasonry's influence may have gone largely unacknowledged, though it, too, at times, has existed as a conduit for ideas and traditions.
Talking to the Spirits, by Kenaz Filan and Raven Kaldera
Talking to the Spirits is an excellent exploration of communication with spirits and the spirit world.
Salutation to the Heroes: November 11th or 12th
The Feast of the Einheriar or the Festival of the Einherjar is also known by other names including the Festival of Odhinn, the Feast...
Review: The Book of Seidr, by Runic John
The Book of Seidr: The Native English And Northern European Shamanic Tradition, by Runic John CapallBann, 2004 With the popularity of Runes information on Seidr,...