The Lays of Mad Sigrún
Poetry, Witchcraft, Heathenry
Okay! I have worked, like, a fucking long time on this (thanks depression), but it’s finally complete. This is a work of cosmogony and theogony, rendered through storytelling; the basis of which include the Eddic poem Grímnismál, the first part of the Prose Edda called Gylfaginning, and numerous other texts and ideas, with hints ofContinue reading “The Wise Words of Grima”
Weland is fascinating to me as being one of a very few beings in the broader catalogue of surviving Germanic mythology with a surviving myth in multiple attested languages. Vǫlundarkviða, one of the mythic poems of the Poetic Edda, has direct parallels with the first two fitts of of the Old English poem Deor, andContinue reading “Weland and the Silver Hand”
Honestly, this kinda post is prompted almost entirely by the fact that the majority of theological discussions I’ve seen in the broader Pagan sphere frustrate me for one reason or another. It’s not that I think they’re expressing their theologies wrong, really; most of the time I can understand what they’re saying, and can graspContinue reading “Musings: The Three Theologies”
Please curse yourself with my content, you utterly silly person.