Draugablíkk

REAL HISTORY RETOLD
WHAT THEY NO LONGER TEACH IN UNIVERSITY CLASS

Is There Truth in Norse Numbers?

February 7, 2021 — In Norse myth, the number 9, which can be inferred by multiplying three times three, is highly significant. An example is how Óðinn — who sacrificed himself, to himself — hung on the tree of life, Yggdrasill, for 9 days and nights until the secret of the runes was revealed to him. Read More >


The lost art of Varðlokkur, shamanic titles, and the forces of inner nature

January 27, 2021 — The spirit-world eventually breaks anyone capable of entering. But those who return become strong — especially at the broken places.

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Verjaseiðr: To Protect Oneself Against Evil And De

December 23, 2020 — Deer. Serpent. Wolf. Eagle. The kindred-animals of the Æsir can still be ridden by skilled truth-seekers in command of the spiritual.

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Yuletide: Jólnir, Jólfaðr, and Oskoreia: The Wild Hunt of the Ásgardians

December 21, 2020 — The winter solstice is upon us, and in this year of 2020, it occurred today — on the 21st of December at 11:02 CET.

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Álfablót — The Forgotten Rite of Ancestor Worship

October 30, 2020 — We have been asleep. That is how it happened. When they slaughtered our neighbors, we did not wake up. Read More >


Remembering the Raven

October 18, 2020 — “Hey,” I said. “Huginn or Muninn, or whoever you are.” The birds turned, suspiciously, and stared at me with bright eyes.

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Jǫtnar and Other Large Beings of Norse Mythology

August 28, 2020 — The Jǫtnar of Norse myth is often described as exceedingly beautiful, not necessarily as large giants.

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From Iceland to Mongolia: The Wild Horse Traits of a Viking Age Horse Breed

August 22, 2020 — The Icelandic horse is a small and sturdy horse breed that primarily hails from Norway, but was first developed in Iceland during the Viking Age. Read More >


Norse Gods and Vedic Deities

July 6, 2020 — What follows is a short article presenting connections between the Norse god of thunder Thor (Þórr in Old Norse) and Indra, the Vedic cognate of lighting and storm. Read More >


Shamans, The Gotho-Hunnic War, and Proto-Norse Magic

June 21, 2020 — Most have read or heard of the all-powerful Gods that once watched over their worshippers or the Greek Titans that protected the Earth. But why are all those mythical “shamans” that predate known organized religions rarely mentioned?

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The Battle of Brávellir

June 20, 2020 — The legendary Battle of Brávellir took place somewhere in the southeast of Sweden in the 600s or 700s CE. Remarkably, the battle was one of honor and wasn’t based on aggression. For what reason then? Read More >


HERMÓÐR AND SLEIPNIR DELIVER COURAGEOUS NEWS FROM THE FAR REACHES OF ÁSALAND. INSCRIBE YOURSELF TO STAY IN TOUCH.




HERMÓÐR AND SLEIPNIR DELIVER COURAGEOUS NEWS FROM THE FAR REACHES OF ÁSALAND. INSCRIBE YOURSELF TO STAY IN TOUCH.