Imbolc is a pagan holiday halfway between winter solstice and spring equinox. It symbolizes the return of early spring. In this post, I examine how that relates to dealing with grief.
So it's THORSday again, and it's day 2 of the Thor's 30 Days of Deity Devotion: "How did you first become aware of this deity?"
We're on day 8 of the challenge with writing about Frigg, and the assignment is "variations on this deity (aspects, regional forms, etc.)" Which I think is the perfect time to dive into the Frigg-Freyja controversy (and other times Frigg is conflated with other gods).
You'll generally see Frigg posts on Friday. But it got really long and I'm very sick, so you'll have to wait.
Thor is the son of Odin and arguably the most popular of the Norse gods. It was his legendary hammer, Mjölnir, which became the symbol of Nordic paganism both historically and in the modern day...
Every time I got down about not making time for blog posts, I tried to keep in mind that it's quite probable that many of you are going through the same thing. That's something that has always been at the core of my social media usage - to share what I like, what I think, and who I am without trying to look "perfect."
Hey, best witches! I'm afraid this blog is going dark until November due to us needing to work our butts off for for two wonderful upcoming opportunities. On the 26, Jess will be reading tarot and Kendra will be pendulum divining at a haunted history tour Markham. More details will come on our Instagram and … Continue reading Hiatus