Christianity, and organized religion as a whole, hasn’t been without criticism among left-leaning and progressive crowds. Many have deemed the religion inherently misogynistic, racist, and completely outdated. 1,112 more words
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I look forward to reading Damon T. Berry’s Blood and Faith: Christianity in White Nationalism, coming out later this month.
I first heard about this book from the Cranach blog, where Gene Edward Veith… 276 more words
Skoll and Hati, the are the wolves that chase Sunna and Mani. You will notice them in the Order of Odalists Logo.
Skoll (pronounced roughly “SKOHL”; Old NorseSköll, “One Who Mocks”) and Hati (pronounced “HAHT-ee”; Old Norse Hati, “One Who Hates”) are two wolves who are only mentioned in passing references that have to do with their pursuing Sol and Mani, the sun and moon, through the sky in hopes of devouring them. 324 more words
Ancestor veneration is a practice that nearly all animistic peoples, past and present, have shared, and the pre-Christian Norse and other Germanic peoples are certainly no exception. 661 more words