Cernunnos/Hurnaz represents the spirit, soul, or incarnation of the forest itself. Unlike most gods, which fill an archetypal form congruent to their other roles, Cernunnos isn’t necessarily one that the practitioner aspires to be(come), but rather, a spirit one asks for protection, aid, and blessings from. Our idol stands at the edge of our property... Continue Reading →
We’re very excited to bring you this new song recorded with special guests and affiliates. We let Danielle (desertrosearts.earth) lead the way on this one, offering our galdr in support of her rune singing. Ravnblod stopped by and lent some background vocals as well. “Reid is reigns,Reid is spokes,Thor’s Wagon,Behind the goats.” May all beings... Continue Reading →
Further Analysis of the Tiwaz Rune
Tiwaz ᛏ / T Tiwaz is a peculiar rune, representing a broad spectrum of meanings, associations, and uses. In Proto-Germanic, Tiwaz means “deity/god,” and would later develop into the Norse god Týr. In most cases, it is agreed upon that Tiwaz is a rune of victory, war, warriors, justice, and the sky. Tiwaz stems from... Continue Reading →
Protected: Further Analysis of the Ansuz Rune
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“...a sage withdrew his senses from the world of change and, seeking immortality, looked within and beheld the deathless Self.” - Katha Upanishad External works can only achieve a limited and undeveloped form of immortality; completely finite and thus mortal as the body itself. True, long lasting immortality comes from discovering that which is immortal... Continue Reading →