July 14, 2019

Gar is a Northumbrian Rune whose name means ‘spear’. It can be linked to Odhin’s spear Gungnir, and through that link takes on a meaning of magic and warfare. Read more

July 11, 2019

Many people connect with the nature spirits that live all around us. I have found that it is also possible to connect with some nature spirits that are now extinct, only memories in the land. Read more

July 7, 2019

Stan is one of the Northumbrian Runes, translating to ‘Stone’. It can be associated with ritual altars, the mountains, or even the large runestones which carry our record of past runic knowledge. Read more

July 5, 2019

The crisis on our southern border has reached levels of cruelty unfathomable to most of us. It is so easy to feel helpless, but there are some things anyone can do to help. Read more

June 30, 2019

The Northumbrian Rune Calc can be translated in a variety of ways, meaning “chalk”, “chalice”, or even “sandal”. How you choose to interpret it is up to you! Read more

June 27, 2019

I’ve been building a relationship with the spirits of the land around me for years. Regional cultus is honoring the spirits of YOUR home, and it’s easy to do. Read more

June 23, 2019

Most of us know runes as the Elder Futhark, but there are many variations though time and region. The Northumbrian runes are a set of 33 symbols rarely used in antiquity, but often seen as a cohesive set today. Read more

June 20, 2019

The harvest, fruits and veggies and food, aren’t the only gifts that nature gives us, and they don’t happen only in the autumn, either. Midsummer is the time when nature is at her height: growing, blooming, singing. Thank the world around you for this beautiful gift. Read more

June 13, 2019

Gathering all the things it seems you need to start down the path of Heathenry can be daunting, and expensive. Here’s some tips for making a set of very inexpensive or even free runes to get you started! Read more

June 6, 2019

Science seems to contradict a lot of spiritual ideas. How can the sun be both a fiery chariot and an exploding mass of gases? But we as Pagans don’t need to take our mythology literally; both the symbol and the reality contain truth. Read more

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