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- Lughnasadh (pronounced Loo-nas-ah), August 1st, is the first harvest festival in the Celtic and Neo-Pagan Year. Like all Celtic Fire Festivals, it begins on the eve of the actual day. Although it later became known as Christian Lammas, it still survives in...
Holidays >> Lammas
- Summer is at its end and the last harvest is taken in. The cold season returns, all of nature seems to die and the nights become long. It is the beginning of Samon, the dark half of the year. The veil between the land of the living and the land of the dead...
Holidays >> Samhain
- Beltane was a day representing many things to the Celtic people. It was the second of the four fire festivals. To most it celebrated the sun God, Baal(British)/ Bel(Irish)/ Beli(Welsh)/ Belanos(Pan-Celtic), although the sun appears to have been originally...
Holidays >> Beltaine
- Welcome to Tyr’s Aett, the third and final aett (group of eight) of the Elder Futhark. Tiwaz is the name of this aett’s first rune in reconstructed Common Germanic. Its name became first Teiws in Gothic, then later Tiw or Tiu in Anglo-Saxon and Tyr in Old...
Divination >> Rune Stones
- The great Wolf, son of Loki and his giant-wife Angrboda, who will swallow Odin at Ragnarok. The commonly seen form "Fenris" is a grammatical error based on a misunderstood Old Norse poetic convention of identifying things by their type and a...
Deities & Heros >> Nordic & Germanic
- Basics of Magick: The Use of Color in Magick
- White | Silver | Grey | Pink | Red | Purple | Brown | Blue | Green | Yellow | Gold | Black In magick, colors represent certain energies, goals, people and non-physical beings, such as deities or spiritual forces. For this reason, you should include candles,...
Symbology >> Colorology
- The third rune of the third aett bears the reconstructed Common Germanic name Ehwaz. Later, its name became Aihws in Gothic (note how archaic Gothic is), and still later, Eh in Anglo-Saxon. If you remember that “k” in Indo-European changed to “h” in Germanic,...
Divination >> Rune Stones
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- The story of Ragnarok and the Apocalypse
- All monsters and giants like the flame giant Surtr, Hel's dog Carm, the wolf Fenrir (Fenris), and the leader of the giants, Hrym, will create a powerful army against the gods.
- Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer by Rick Riordan – review
- Magnus is thrust head–first into the Viking afterlife and ends up going on a quest to chain one of the greatest monsters the Viking's know: Fenris Wolf.
- The Lady's Quill: Loki
- Angrboda was the name of a certain giantess in Jötunheim, with whom Loki gat three children: one was Fenris-Wolf, the second Jörmungandr–that is the Midgard Serpent,–the third is Hel. But when the gods learned that this kindred was nourished in ...
- Offerings for the Gods - Part 3 - The Jotnar
- Some of them are monstrous, such as Loki's children Fenris (the wolf) and Jörmungandr (the World-Serpent). They are often associated with the “large” forces in nature–volcanoes, mountains, glaciers, the deep ocean. They also appear considerably less ...
- „Der letzte Wolf“: Das bildgewaltige Meisterwerk von Jean-Jacques Annaud
- Neben dem Fenriswolf, der vom Gott Loki und der Riesin Angrboda gezeugt wurde, tummeln sich hier beispielsweise auch noch Odins Wölfe Geri und Freki sowie die Wolfsbrüder Skalli und Hati, welche den Wagen der Sonnengöttin und des Mondgottes ...
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