Yearly Archives: 2011

July Link Roundup

Elizabeth Vongvisith has an awesome essay up On Being A Catalyst: Lokeans and the Trickster Role which talks about what constitutes a trickster and what their role actually comes down to. Juniper at No Unsacred Place has an essay up … Continue reading

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What Are You Doing Now?

One thing I frequently come across when looking through various Pagan, otherkin, occultism, etc resources are some pretty extraordinary claims about what people are, their past, etc. For example: The Elenari claim to be elves from distant worlds with an … Continue reading

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Using Seidr for Healing

There are many instances in the sagas of people healing with a combination of herbs and holding on to the wound with their hands to cure. From personal work and experience, there is usually some sort of energy transfer in … Continue reading

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Urban Roots

Our version of North European practice is influenced by our culture, American virtues and values. For instance, instead of a movement away from the negative aspects of civilization, we could and should work to change those aspects to positives. One … Continue reading

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Another Icelandic Perspective

I really look forward to Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried’s interviews of practitioners in Iceland. They clear my spiritual palate, so to speak, and refresh my faith in my faith. His latest interview was with Hilmar Orn Hilmarsson of the … Continue reading

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[Admin] Updated

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June Link Roundup

Various links of interest from around the web: There’s an incredibly insightful article on Barking Shaman on issues of consent in Neopagan communities. This has been a longstanding issue in the Neopagan community (see our essays on boundaries and professionalism), … Continue reading

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New on the Blogroll: The Norse Mythology Blog

Back in February, I wrote a post about the Icelandic perspective in Heathen thought, based on an interview with Johanna Haradottir. The interviewer, Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried, has a blog of his own, with other interviews as well as scholarly discussions … Continue reading

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Huginn 1.2: The Work

The midsummer 2011 issue of The Huginn has been published. This one covers the issue of the work with all that it entails and has a variety of viewpoints from different parts of the community. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about … Continue reading

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Orthodoxy and Orthopraxy

To many people who were born and raised in the United States religions are viewed as being focused around something that you believe. You believe the correct beliefs, and that is what defines you as a member of that particular … Continue reading

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