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Draugablíkk

REAL HISTORY RETOLD
WISDOM AND LORE NO LONGER PART OF ESSENTIAL EDUCATION

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

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. Learn the Lore »


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. Learn the Lore »



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. Learn the Lore »


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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HERMÓÐR AND SLEIPNIR BRING WORD FROM THE FAR REACHES OF ÁSALAND.




HERMÓÐR AND SLEIPNIR BRING WORD FROM THE FAR REACHES OF ÁSALAND.