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On Neo-Nazis Stealing Heathen Symbols

So, this is a thing that has been on my mind recently, and I wanted to speak on it. Because it affects me and the rest of the Heathen community a lot. Neo Nazis have been using the symbols of … Continue reading

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A Very Norse (Pagan Pride) Day

At the beginning of the month I got to go to my very first Pagan Pride Day. I go to NYC’s Gay Pride Parade every year and have an absolute blast. Part of that is because I get to be … Continue reading

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Friday Round Up!

~I have a Tumblr! I mean, I’ve had one for awhile, I just routinely forget to use it. But a friend tagged me on a thing and wanted me to participate in a Meme so I actually made a post … Continue reading

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Rune of Partnership

Yesterday I drew Ehwaz. I have been drawing Runes again all week. I’m not really sure what made me start doing so again–just a strong pull towards them suddenly came over me one day and I’ve been working with them … Continue reading

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Happy Odin’s Day! 

Being that today is Wednesday, and therefore Odin’s Day, I thought I’d share one of my favorite Odin related songs. This one is courtesy of Damh the Bard, who has been my recent musical obsession. ❤

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Tasting The Mead

Happy Odin’s Day! I tried mead for the first time this past Sunday. I’m not a huge drinker by any means (I have a drink maybe once every few months), but being that I’m a follower of Odin I’ve been … Continue reading

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I’m Published!

My article “Finding A Patron: My Journey With Odin” is in the current issue of Witches & Pagans magazine! I am thrilled and just completely over the moon to be telling you this. It marks my first publication with them, … Continue reading

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