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Mead, photo by Madison Scott-Clary

Kvasir, Odin, and the Mead of Poetry

Fjalar and Galar drained Kvasir of blood, combining it with honey and their magick to create the Mead of Poetry.
Odin, by Diana Paxson, reviewed at Spiral Nature

Odin, by Diana Paxson

Odin, by author and priestess Diana Paxson, is a wonderful text for anyone interested in a general introduction to a very complex Norse god.
Return of Odin, by Richard Rudgley

Return of Odin, by Richard Rudgley

The Return of Odin, which bears a preface entitled “The Gathering Storm” is bound to occasion a certain amount of nervousness, particularly given the subject matter. That being said, once I completed the book, this title makes perfect sense in its context.
Hades by redcarpet2010

Worshipping familiar gods: Going beyond pop culture

We can be called to honour deities from cultures other than our own. Even if we have seen a movie with the deity in it, there's still more to learn.
Rainbow Runes, by Lo Scarabeo

Rainbow Runes

This is a beautiful set of runes made from a range of stones including: cherry quartz, white jade, hematite, watermelon crystal, and green aventurine.
Pen and ink, photo by Tekke

Dreamers, shapers, singers, and makers: Magick and the art of storytelling

Storytelling allows us to create whole new worlds or to recast our current one in a more striking shape -- as dream, as nightmare, or political tool.
Tree, photo by subflux

Heathenry and Anglo-Saxon cosmology

Anglo-Saxon Heathenry is sometimes called Fyrnsidu, and is a nebulous and lesser-understood branch of Germanic cultural Heathenry.
Yule, by Susan Pesznecker

Yule, by Susan Pesznecker

Yule: Rituals, Recipes & Lore for the Winter Solstice, by Susan Pesznecker Llewellyn Worldwide, 978-0-7387-4451-3, 227 pp. (incl. correspondences for Yule, further reading, bibliography, and...
Masonic temple, photo by Andy Chase

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.
Linkage, chain background image by Faramarz Hashemi

Discordianism, angels, and Viking women kicking ass

A description of a consecration ritual for bune spirit pots. On the etymology and cultural reading of monsters in the middle ages.

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