Hey, Heathens. It's time for another THORSday posts. Like the FRIGday posts, these are posting at least a week after a write them in order to give myself more time for writing while keeping them on their daily theme. Also like the FRIGday posts, we're still going through the 30 Days of Deity Devotion. On … Continue reading Symbols & Icons of Thor
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).
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...
We're taking a break from the whole 30 Days thing for a story time post: This one is about negotiating terms with Thor in order to get through a thunderstorm.
For day 7 of the 30 Days of Deity Devotion, we're covering all the names, epithets, etc. regarding Frigg. This took a really long time to do for such a short post, not just because I've been immensely busy but because these were really hard to dig up.
Hey, best witches! It's day 6 of 30 Days of Deity Devotion, and so today's mission is to lay out all of Frigg's mythological friends & associates.
For day 5 of "30 Days of Deity Devotion", we're outlining Frigg's family tree.
It's day 3 of the 30 Days of Deity Devotion, and we're keeping it short & sweet: Today we're listing the symbols of Frigg.
Some pagans who mostly work with one god feel "called." Some describe being able to look back on their life and see that the god in question had been trying to get their attention for quite a while. That's both similar and dissimilar to my experience with Frigg...