By Patti Wigington
At Lammas, the harvest is kicking in. This is a time of year when the masculine energy of the earth is in full swing. For starters, it’s the season of the spirit of grain, and a time to honor Lugh, the craftsman god. Lugh was not only a craftsman, but a gifted . . . → Read More: Warrior Meditation for Lughnasadh
By Lucas Mikael Darche Aykroyd
[Snip] The linked themes of deception and impersonation have played a key role in the literary tradition of Robin Hood since its medieval inception. Especially in the earliest works, it is not just that the legendary English outlaw’s reputation as a popular hero relies heavily on his talent for fooling . . . → Read More: Deception and Impersonation in the Robin Hood Tradition
Never heard of the Goddess Jasasara, you say? Oh, you have, trust me. You just didn’t know that was Her name.
All right. I suppose I should state right up front that I am not any sort of academic; I am, as ever, an interested amateur. Nor, especially, am I a linguist, so . . . → Read More: The Goddess Jasasara
By Mark Ludwig Stinson
While this can be a little difficult for any modern person to understand or fully comprehend, our Heathen ancestors lived in a state of Frith with their kin. In a sense, the individual did not exist as a social unit, with the family as the smallest unit within society. When one . . . → Read More: Frith – Avoiding Selfish and Self-Centered Behavior