Your web-browser is very outdated, and as such, this website may not display properly. Please consider upgrading to a modern, faster and more secure browser. Click here to do so.
Recently I’ve been studying forms of Paganism. I’ve always been a member of a Presbyterian church. Which is a great place and I still attend Sunday services because of the great people. I have never felt completely at home in the Christian faith though. I have always been interested in Faeries and the Faerie faith and I often read about other who practice their faith and interact with their deities. About a two weeks ago I was meditating, and asking myself a question which I think was something along lines of “Why am I not enough?” and wondering what my path is. When I got a glimpse of a man. I can remember no specific features. But I do remember him saying “It is enough.” Then I felt myself snap back into my body like I was falling into myself. Which I believe is a sign of astral travel and I woke up. I shrugged it off as a dream but after doing some reading on different faiths, maybe it was a deity?
(Please note that these are taken from my personal notebook and compiled from a long list of sources. If anything is botched, please let me know.)
Not much is known about Anglo-Saxon cosmology. Because Norse cosmology is better documented and the cultures shared similar religious beliefs, some Anglo-Saxon pagans simply use reconstructed Anglo-Saxon names for the Norse nine worlds. The Nine Herbs Charm makes mention of seven worlds, not nine. Whether the Anglo-Saxons organized these worlds on a “world tree” similar to the Norse Yggdrasil has been debated, and some scholars have presented the idea that the seven worlds concept was influenced by Christianity.
First, the nine Norse worlds and their reconstructed Anglo-Saxon names:
say a blessing and thank the animals for the nutrients you get from them.
but do not support the waste of an animals death. that is truly disgusting.
Animals hunt EACHOTHER to survive.
we are equal to every animal yet we can still punish eachother for doing something they do?
Page 1 of 5246