Category Archives: Everyday Paganism

We won’t stop dreaming

I won’t. And as long as I won’t stop dreaming there will be hope. And trust. And family. New and old friends. Colleagues. It’s almost GamesCom time and I came to reminisce about the last few weeks, also years, and … Continue reading

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So, what’s my heritage?

History, heritage, it all goes hand in hand somehow and with genealogy becoming more and more simple these days with all sorts of online databases it’s a reasonable interest people take in getting to know where they come from – … Continue reading

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Am I a witch?

I got this question several times now and I gotta admit I don’t really know πŸ˜€ How can I not know if I am something or not? Well… The first thing that comes to my mind when I’m asked if … Continue reading

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Home sweet home!

Behold my beautiful home! A place, where the Bructeri once lived, by the way, which is the native tribe of the famous priestess Veleda πŸ™‚

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Swastika Documentary

  Hey hey! I thought I could share this (german) Swastika documentary with you! I did the animation of said rotating symbol and I’m a little bit proud to show that off πŸ™‚           These videos … Continue reading

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The difference between say and do (long-ass article)

We often perceive the people we meet through what they say, especially online, when there’s no direct interaction possible than talking either by typing or video chat. Because I live on the internet for over twenty years now I got … Continue reading

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The Nine Noble Virtues

I came to think about these during the last few days, the nine noble virtues of the asatru belief. For me, these terms represent an ideal I try to achieve, although I do not belong to any organisation (like Odinic … Continue reading

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“You’re no real viking!!11111”

A few weeks ago some kiddo wrote me that he hates to break it to me, but I cannot be a viking because I don’t go raiding with my ship and I (usually) don’t kill people to snatch their belongings. … Continue reading

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Ostara blessings ^^

It’s spring equinox and the sun is bathing everything in a beautiful shimmering, glistening and sparkling! What a beautiful day πŸ™‚ So while I had an unfavorable encounter with one of my suppliers I came to the conclusion that I … Continue reading

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Eco-friendly fur-wearing

And just when you thought this topic already got discussed so many times that nobody wants to hear about it anymore the internet soldiers of hate-posting arise yet again to write their bloody fingers off… “Whaddaya talkin about?!” Simply put: … Continue reading

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Tarot – How I got started

Don’t get me wrong – I’m no expert in divination and I probably never will be. But when I got started in working with tarot cards I would have loved to read about other people’s experiences without them going on … Continue reading

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The Joik

Joiking (or “yoiking”) is a form of singing, sung by the Sami people from the nordic countries. Technically it’s related to yodeling and a joik is used to evoke or portray certain places, people or animals. Researchers believe it’s the … Continue reading

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Lunula

An overview of different historic lunula pendants: Maybe I can make some of these in the future πŸ™‚

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Runes

I doubt I can ever write enough about the runes. One can carve them, one can sing them, one can write them, one can tattoo them, one can use them as a writing system, one can try and predict the … Continue reading

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The costumes and me

As most of you might already know, at least when you follow my Instagram, I like to dress up in the craziest ways. It officially started when I decided over 15 years ago it’d be awesome to go on medieval … Continue reading

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Have a great one!

  I wish you all a merry christmas, a great yule celebration, an amazing solstice…Β  ! Be blessed!

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Yule plans

Only 9 days left until yule!   Since I love to stick to family traditions (and expand them to a certain extent) I basically do the same every year. Eating good food, visiting family and friends, sharing gifts and enjoy … Continue reading

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Are you against Christians?

Well that’s a question I got several times now. And no, I’m not. That’d be outrageously stupid to be against people just because of their religion, wouldn’t it? I am aware though that there are christians out there that would … Continue reading

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I don’t care who started it, I’m the one who’s gonna end it!

At least I try to be as often as possible. Talking ’bout bullying. I have looked into several versions of the abyss of the human mind, from different perspectives. I was the one to be bullied as a child for … Continue reading

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