One of the biggest splits in modern day Norse/Germanic Heathenism (I am using that term as a catch-all as there are so many to describe Europe’s native religions) is between
Ostara, A Gateway to the Old Religion by Luther Kovac When I was nearly eighteen I had become increasingly dissatisfied with Christianity as it was being taught to me in
“To a sure friend there is a short cut, even though he lives a long way off”
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The fall of the old religion did not happen all at once, and I cannot lay the blame solely on Christian intolerance. From the beginning the monotheists made it clear that they had no room for the other gods.
Ales Stenar, A Legacy of Stone By : Luther Kovac During a gathering, I had a conversation with one of the Folk about ancient ruins that I saw in Europe,
Basic Krigarenve Philosophies Basic Viking Fighting Philosophy In the Nordic countries (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland) we call a certain historical period that spanned between the years 750–1100 A.D.
End of Winter and Beginning of Spring Sinking of Marzanna is an ancient Polish pagan custom. “Marzanna” (called also Mora, Morena or Morana) was a goddess which was offered grains
Hnefatafl (pronounced neff-e-tah-ful) is a Chess-like board game once considered to be the most respected intellectual pursuit among Norse nobles. Hnefatafl was considered lost to history for almost a millennium,
article by Michael Stevens St. Patrick is said to have lived in the 5th Century, although only two contemporary documents attest to his existence: the Letter to Coroticus and a