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Shamanism In Seidr And The Völvur

The other day I wrote about Shamanism in the Northern Traditional Paganism and I left you all with the glimpse of the idea that women were the only ones to work with magic, rune Reading, shamanism etc. 871 more words

Pagan Celebrations

Norse Shamanism

If you have read my blog, you already know more or less what shamanism is, but for those who found this blog and came straight to this post, lets just make a brief explanation. 780 more words

Pagan Celebrations


Worlds change.
Self is eternal,
reborn into different matrixes that we call ‘worlds’.

Vision is eternal,
beyond time, smallest cell of Ginnunga-gap,
seeking the Gold Age and my own Godhead – 53 more words

Gaia nr 6 (large drawing, preview)

Still working on this drawing.

150 x 105 cm, Siberian chalk on paper.


Völuspá 5

I decided to investigate the Völuspá series more (see the small image, Völuspá 1). It’s a tricky path to follow.

My work has everything to do with the creation of life, the creation of the world. 85 more words



Völuspá is the first and best known poem of the Edda. It tells the story of the creation of the world.

It is one of the most important primary sources for the study of Norse Mythology.

oil on canvas, 110 x 160 cm


Designated Location

I figured! I’m going to build my story as I imagine it…sort of a, wonderful surprise.

I remember playing WarCraft on good old Dos and as the villagers expanded their discoveries there became more known territory. 109 more words

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