Monday, November 05, 2007

Odin's Wain

I found these sites while looking up info about Odin's Wain after reading "American Gods" by Neil Gaiman:

Pagan Astronomy - The Big Dipper
Viking Cosmology and Myth - This site claims that it is Thor's Wain (scroll down to the section on Thor)
Cultural Astronomy - This site says that has been attributed to either Odin, Thor or Irmin.

Now, I'm not sure what this has to do with Odin's Wain (it came up in the search) but I'm including it because apparently someone thought that Odin had enough of a sense of style that they needed to name a clothing store after him.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Eddas And Sagas

Going along with what I wrote over at A Pagan Sojourn, I wanted to list a few places that you can find the Eddas and sagas of Norse mythos online. Here are a few sites:

The Eddas
The Sagas
Other Sites of Interest
  • Viking Answer Lady - An interesting site that contains information on the history, art and a variety of other information having to do with Vikings.
  • Asawiki - Wikipedia for Heathenry
  • Poetry - Heathen poetry
  • A Reading List - Suggestions on what to read.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Heathen Sacred Site

A description of a sacred site in Uppsala, Sweden. (from Sacred Destinations).

Tuesday, May 29, 2007

Wiki How-Tos

Have you wondered how to be a Pagan? Do holidays as a Pagan around non-Pagans? Defend Wicca/Paganism to friends? Perform a Wiccan ritual? And don't forget - understanding a friend's interest in Wicca may save your friendship.

Well, if you didn't know how to do any of these things, here are the guides to help you along your way!

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Random Websites

While killing time on the 'net today, I came across these websites.

Thelemapedia - an encyclopedia of Thelema and magick - a visual meditation
Vera Nadine - a wonderful blog about spirituality
The Heathen Women Forum - a rather new forum for Heathen Women
A Pagan in Hell - a little humor for the day

Friday, April 13, 2007

Young Pagans

Young Pagan Rants is a new blog that I found through one of my commentors on A Pagan Sojourn. The blog is written by five young pagans (in their teens and twenties) and will give us a new perspective on what it is like to be a Pagan. I was particularly taken with the perspective of a young, African American man that has decided that Paganism is his path despite what people say to him.

Go check it out!

Wednesday, April 11, 2007


Here are a few sites to explore more information about labyrinths:

What is a labyrinth?
You can learn to draw a labyrinth.
Wikipedia's article on labyrinths.
The Labyrinth Society
A handheld labyrinth
Interested in a labyrinth that you can take with you and set up any where?
To locate a labyrinth near you, check out the World-Wide Labyrinth Locator.

A Heathen Podcast

While I have yet to listen to it, I just found a Heathen podcast. Ravencast - The Asatru Podcast looks like it will be interesting with podcasts about Loki, ethics, and what it means to be a "newbie." I will be downloading these to my MP3 player for something to listen to on my trip.

Saturday, March 31, 2007

Ritual Worksheet

While browsing for nothing in particular, I found this Ritual Creation Worksheet. 7 pages to map out the ritual as well as a section at the end to take notes afterward.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Pagan Blogs 3.21.07

More blogs for your perusing pleasure!

Bnanom Bricton

Books for Pagan Kids
Fuzzy Navel Productions
Journal d'un païen hérétique et philosophe (In French - use Alta Vista's Babel Fish to translate if you don't know french)
Mad Spider's Blog
My Pagan Journey (not updated often but lots of interesting stuff!)

Monday, March 12, 2007

Pagan Blogs 3.12.07

New Blogs are always popping up (even if some of them have been around a while!).

Alone With The Gods
Amkaya (in German)
Birch Grove
Copy Witch
Dragon's Weave Wicca
Jar of Spiders
One Starry Night
Shift Your Spirits
Witch of the Woods