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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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Deity and the Divine - Angrboda and Hearts

As I’ve mentioned in my previous posts on Angrboda in the Deity and the Divine series, one of the symbols that has been the primary focus of my iconography for Her has been the heart – primarily an anatomically correct human heart. 2,002 more words


The dreams they tickle me sometimes

Crashing through waking awareness

A reminder

Much kinder

Than interpersonal speech

Stroking neck hairs

Forming goose bumps

That flock… 120 more words


The Pagan Experience - Resolutions

So I’ve decided to try this ‘doing a writing project’ thing again.  Why not. I should write more.

So. Resolution. Honestly? I don’t do New Years resolutions, for several reasons. 465 more words

Tears of Red Gold

I felt weak, I felt defeated, I felt powerless.

Being a woman is hard work because we feel everything so strongly; we are directly tapped into the essence of emotion. 121 more words


Destroying Angels Fruiting

There are several species of poisonous mushrooms in the genus Amanita in the Northeast that are referred to as “destroying angels” but the most widely distributed and commonly encountered is… 141 more words