Tag Archives: Aesir

Ways Between the Worlds

Well, the unanimous response is that Gnosis is good to share, so here’s an un-formed poem I received/wrote some time ago. I still need to convert it into a Skaldic meter. It will eventually go into the Vanic Edda I’m … Continue reading

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Asking Too Much

There is an oft-cited stanza from the Havamal that cautions us against giving too much. 145. It is better not to ask, than to sacrifice too much. A gift always looks for a gift. It is better unsent, than over … Continue reading

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What is Vanatru? Who are the Vanir?

What is Vanatru? Vanatru is a denomination of modern Heathenism (or Scandinavian/Germanic Paganism) focused on the pantheon of gods called the Vanir in Icelandic lore (Anglicized: “Wanes”). The term translates to “True to the Vanir”, and is derived from the … Continue reading

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