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Book Review: The Final Death (The Fourth's Duology Book 2) by Andrew Mowere

The Final Death is an interesting story idea involving a bit of Norse, magic knights, and grand plots, but is frustratingly hard to read.

 Our first character is a necromancer in a high fantasy world. 84 more words

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The glorious Viking Ship Museum (part four) - The animal heads

Five carved animal heads were found in the Oseberg grave. Four of them are displayed at the Viking Ship Museum for the public to behold. The fifth is in very poor condition, and the remains are therefore kept in the Museum’s depository. 243 more words


Murder by Mistletoe: The Ancient Art of Blindsiding through Norse and Persian Myths

One of those deities whose life might, in a sense, be said to be between heaven and earth was the Norse god Balder, the good and beautiful god, the son of the great god Odin, and himself the wisest, mildest and best beloved of all the immortals. 1,018 more words


So what is a Celtic-Heathen?

A few nights ago, I dreamt that someone I’ve known for 20+ years is exploring her own path and asked me to share my own. … 574 more words


Energy Within The Land

Hi everyone i hope February is treating you well.

Today i have chosen to share with you a topic i am currently working on in an area of my life  i hope it opens your mind and heart to subjects that not seen with  the naked eye. 908 more words

Earth Energy

Check This Out: Cool Kickstarter, Milivoj Ćeran Norse Mythology Art Book

This Kickstarter came to my attention and I thought it was awesome enough to share! This art book looks fantastic! I backed it right away! Take a moment to go check it out and maybe even support it! 720 more words


Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer

Magnus Chase is a sixteen-year-old homeless boy in Boston. Until his Uncle Randolph finds him and guides him to a fire giant, Cirt, and promptly gets him killed. 87 more words