Author Archives: Hrafn

September Link Roundup

The Norse Mythology Blog discusses the color of Thor’s hair and the various conflicting myths around this point. Discusses this in relevance to the portrayal of Thor in Marvel Comics. No Unsacred Place is now accepting submissions and soliciting applications … Continue reading

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Huginn CFS: Mysticism

Writers, artists, mystics, lend me your ears! HUGINN is seeking submissions for the Yule 2011 issue. Submissions are due by 1 December 2011. The Yule issue will deal with MYSTICISM: enlightenment, illumination, initiation; your experiences of divine communion or transcendence; … Continue reading

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[Admin] Some backend updates

Performed a few pieces of maintenance and tweaked a few things on the back end. Let us know if you encounter any weirdness. Let me also apologize for the lack of updates. All of the authors have been swamped and/or … Continue reading

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August Link Roundup

Elizabeth Vongvisith has written a great practical guide to UPG. Lupa has been writing a great deal on ethics of crystals, animal remains, and her thoughts on her own practice. The West Memphis Three were freed after reaching a deal … Continue reading

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Working When Depressed and Anxious

Let me start by saying that I am a survivor of Katrina. This has, unsurprisingly, caused continuing issues for me, issues that get particularly accentuated toward the end of August each year. It creates certain particular challenges to doing occult … Continue reading

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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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[Admin] Updated

The software running Weaving Wyrd has been updated. As always, let us know if you experience any weirdness. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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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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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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