I totally suggest checking this out if you use flowers in your craft at all. Really great idea for spell work.
The Norse predictions have come true. The Earth is flooding. Mankind is searching for some kind, any kind of salvation. There appears to be no hope.
The heavens open up and a voice bellows from above.
"ARE YOU READY TO RAGNAROK ‘N ROLL?"
Odin and Fenrir have a wicked guitar duel while Freyja starts killing it on the drums.
Esbat tonight~ prosperosfootnotes is coming! Yay! :3
Hey guys! This is my sister-in-law’s book. :) I talked about it a few months ago. It’s about her life living with bi-polar disorder and how finding paganism helped her find the peace to deal with it, so on and so forth.
You should totally read the sample and see if it’s something that you would like. ♡
Aw, I use tampons… HEY KOTEX GIMME SOME RUNES ON THESE BITCHES
Writing sigils on your pads? Hmmm, interesting idea. lol
Lolololol! Go Kotex! I use cloth pads 99% of the time, but I keep a box of disposables for emergencies and I love how Kotex designs look like crop circles XD
TMI time: one of my friends uses her menstruation + sigils on her pads to make servitors and the like.
That sounds way less painful, messy, and gross than some traditional ways would have you do it.
Just now realized that the characters on the Ad for Vikings season 2 are being turned into the gods.
Most of us like reading stories about ancient times and fantasize that our ancestors’ lives were easy and romantic, but were they really? 24-year-old Russian man Pavel Sapozhnikov decided to see what his ancestors’ lives were really like by spending 6 months living in 10th-century conditions.
“The idea is to see if a modern man can survive alone in an early medieval environment, what impact this kind of lifestyle will have on his psychological state” says Alexey Ovcharenko, who is the driving force behind the “Alone in the Past” project.
For six months – until March 22 – Pavel will live in a medieval farm without electricity, running water, Internet access and other modern comforts. The autumn and winter seasons were chosen on purpose – scientists want to explore the everyday challenges faced by medieval people during the toughest time of the year.
Thanks to fivestrings-attached for pointing this amazing photo collection to me.
About 200 AD
The motif of the “Lady of the Animals” lives on this religious depiction. Flanked by two horses, Epona is shown sitting on a throne holding a fruit basket on her lap. The Celtic goddess was revered as the patroness for wagoners. She was also popular among the military. The images was mainly occurred in the provinces of Gaul and Germania.
Kunst der Kelten, Historisches Museum Bern.
Art of the Celts, Historic Museum of Bern.