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Excerpt from Visions of Vanaheim: Vanic Deity Correspondences

The following is a list of correspondences for specific deities counted as Vanir by modern Vanic pagans; the items on this list have been corroborated amongst a few who work with the Vanir.  1,572 more words

Pagan

More conversations at five in the morning

The following entry keeps going from where I left off the other day with A Conversation with Thor at four in the morning. If you haven’t read that one yet, I suggest you go check it out before reading this one to understand where I’m coming from. 905 more words

Thor

Tiptoe among the Tulips, I mean Heathens

What, me fluffy? (Photo of bunny rabbit in Viking helmet & shield.

So I signed up for a Asatru/Heathen group on Facebook, and I was reading thru their long list of rules, which hey, I do appreciate it when the rules are specifically laid out- and that is well-moderated. 743 more words

Celtic Reconstructionism

Working things out with Thor

The past couple of days have been pretty crazy for me spiritually but one good thing that has come out of it is reconnecting with my buddy Thor, getting everything out in the open and figuring out where we stand with each other and how to make things better moving forward. 305 more words

Thor

Exploring Heathenry

For a long time, I’ve been a Celtic polytheist/Druid and a Hellenic polytheist, and while I still have an interest in the Greek gods, I feel the context of the culture is much too foreign to me, though I have tried grounding more in American culture. 407 more words

Ethics

Vanic Friday

For awhile on my Tumblr I was doing “Vanaheim Friday”, wherein I would take questions from the audience about the Vanir gods and the Eshnahai (Vanic elves, citizens of Vanaheim) and the culture of Vanaheim, and Vanic practise.   148 more words

Pagan

Odinism, Asatru, Heathenry?

My uncle has lived for many years among the Crow Indians on an open reservation in Montana, and has befriended them and been trained as a sweat lodge leader, a very rare honor for a non-Indian. 1,244 more words

Concepts & Definitions