Reblog

Originally posted on Sex, Gods, and Rock Stars:
Since “God Sex” has been a hugely popular post here on Sex, Gods, and Rock Stars, I thought I might start blogging about other aspects of spirit work that I am frequently asked about. It falls in line with a serious desire of mine – to leave…

Yup, thats Odin, that sneaky sneaky God. Apparently he negotiated with Angrboda for me. Not that this means I am free of Angrboda, but she plays more of a role in my ancestral foundation than my shamanic path. Plus she taught me a shortcut between Norse Worlds. Pretty sweet.  

My path has taken a few interesting twists and turns lately. After the mundane, wedding filled summer, I realigned my life to my shamanic path, asked for the next step and reaffirmed my devotions to my Gods. The next step is for me to return to school and complete my BA and then move on…

Pagan Blog Project: Sacrifice

Sacrifice comes to us from Latin, meaning “to make sacred”. In previous times, a sacrifice was a gift to the Gods. The more valuable the item offered, the bigger the sacrifice and the bigger the blessings from the Gods. Human life was seen as the biggest sacrifice, offered to the Divine as a last step…

I know, I spoil you guys with all these new posts. But I wanted to share something special. Do you know how hard it is to find statues of any of the lesser known Norse gods? I-M-Possible. So I made my own and I wanted to share the pictures with you guys.   This is…

Bored and a little lonely, I scour the web for heathen or Rokkatru blogs. I’m looking for mentions of Hela or Angrboda, anyone besides the usual litany of players: Odin, Loki, Freya, Frigga. I want connections, to know that others speak to the same Gods as I. I’m not heathen or Asatru. I don’t do…

Student Essay: The Blackbird of Mabon

In the mythology of Mabon, we see a classic tale of a man charged with completing impossible tasks. This is a motif that is repeated worldwide, in tales like the search for the Holy Grail and the classic tales of Baba Yaga. But these are more than simple tales, these can also be seen as…