Hello there! My name is Freya and I am from the U.K hence the name of this blog…norse by name (so imaginative I know). My blog will be all about my love for clothes and I’ll probably chuck in a few of the drawings I attempt along the way!
In the chancel of St Andrews Church are two beautifully carved cross shafts. Carved on all four sides, the smaller of the two shafts (above) dates to the 9th century and was found in 1900 deep in clay near to the church. 147 more words
The August “cross-quarter” High Day is often known as either Lammas or Lughnasadh. While the two terms are used interchangeably in neo-paganism, they are not generally considered to be related. 360 more words
In the center of space there was, in the morning of time, a great abyss called Ginnunga-gap, the cleft of clefts, the yawning gulf, whose depths no eye could fathom, as it was enveloped in perpetual twilight.