Where ancient spirituality meets modern praxis
All Blog Posts (in Alphabetic order)
A History of Fyrnsidu
A Statement about the Black Lives Matter Protests
An Expanded Anglo-Saxon Creation Myth
Beginning my journey into Old English
Beginning the New Year with Mothers Night
Blog updates- Published books and upcoming blog posts
Check Out The Podcast
Eostre- the Anglo-Saxon Dawn Goddess
Ettin Worship and Ragnarok
Farewell, Twitter! How to Follow Mine Wyrtruman
Filling in the Gaps
Five Years as a Pagan
Follow me on Twitter!
Fyrnsidic Cosmology- Gods & Ettins
Fyrnsidic Cosmology- Order vs Chaos
Fyrnsidic Cosmology- Wyrd and Orlæg
Giants in Fyrnsidu
How Hreðe defeated Old Man Winter
Hrethe, the Victorious Spring Goddess
I Wrote a Heathen Fable- “The Old Wanderer”
I have signed the Declaration of Deeds
In Defense of a December Yule
Introducing RuneTyper 0.1.1
Is Temperance a Heathen Virtue?
Lost in Translation- Ettins in Old English
Major Revision of My Post on Hretha
My Hallowing Ritual
My Reconstructed Anglo-Saxon Calendar for 2020
My Reconstructed Anglo-Saxon Calendar for 2021
My Ritual Format
My Stance on LGBT Issues within Heathenry
My Thoughts on Yule
Mægen for Spēd- A Framework for Understanding Offerings
New Month, New Look!
New Webpage to Generate the Calendar
Releasing RuneTyper 0.2.0- Four Rune Sets are now in the App!
RuneTyper 0.3.1 released
RuneTyper is Dead; Long Live RuneTyper 2!
Runic Numerals- A proposal for writing numbers in runes
Stoicism and Heathenry
The Anglo-Saxon Calendar page has been updated with a new algorithm
The Cardinal Virtues
The Choice of Beowulf
The Different Calendars Heathenry Uses
The Essentials of Fyrnsidu
The Human Era
The Human Sacrifice Argument
The Importance of Ancestry
The Metonic Cycle
The Story of Creation
Tīw- the Anglo-Saxon Sky Father, God of Justice and War
Video Review: Why Are We Afraid to be Pagan?
Want to Learn the Anglo-Saxon Runes?
We have a Domain Name!
What I Believe
Writing in Anglo-Saxon Runes
Writing in Runes Revisited- What we can learn from Tolkien
Wyrd- the Heathen Concept of Fate
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