Category Archives: Pagan Blog Project

Pagan Youtube Videos?

Hey guys! I realized the other day that I hadn’t mentioned here that I am now making Youtube videos! Currently I’m doing one writing video (posted on Mondays) and the Youtube Pagan Challenge (posted on Fridays) a week. In the … Continue reading

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Yggdrasil

In every (or almost every) mythology there is a world tree. In Norse mythology, that tree is Yggdrasil. Yggdrasil is the Tree of Life. This great Ash tree spans the existence of the nine worlds and has three long roots. … Continue reading

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Story of Sleipnir

Sleipnir was “mothered” by Loki. Asgard had a wall that wasn’t completed, and the Gods all thought that having it built would be a good idea. However, none of Them wanted to take this burden on and do the project … Continue reading

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Red, Blue, and Black: The Colors of Odin

There are a few colors that I associate with Odin. Red is one of them. Blood is something that I highly associate with Him, and blood is, of course, Red. Runes should be blooded; when He hung on Yggdrasil, He … Continue reading

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Quote From The Havamal

“Seldom does a lying-down wolf get the lamb, or a sleeping man victory. He who has few workers should rise early, and go himself to work: he who sleeps in the morning will miss much.” –Havamal

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Prayer

Odin (and none of the Norse deities for that matter) is not a deity that appreciates sniveling and groveling. He’ll assist you with things, but He’ll generally ask that you put in a decent amount of effort yourself. If you … Continue reading

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Progress and Prosperity With Runes

I’m starting to expand my Rune use. I’m not just using them as a daily divination thing anymore. I’ve now branched out into using them in ritual and magic. Yesterday, I turned my daily shower into a ritual. That’s a … Continue reading

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