Knowing Freya. Part 7: Frigga and Freya

Frigga and Freya are two Goddesses with a lot in common. They are both skilled practitioners of seid, They both have the hability to transforms into falcons and the names of Their Husbands (Odin and Odr) are near identical (meaning ‘Lord of frenzy’ and ‘frenzy’, respectively). Just to name a few things. But They areFortsätt läsa ”Knowing Freya. Part 7: Frigga and Freya”

A life update

I recently wrote about my plans of studying theology at university after being laid off from my job. Some things has led to a change of plans. The first is that I apparently wasn’t being laid off at all. A miscommunication between my bosses and supervisor led to me being told I was going toFortsätt läsa ”A life update”

Panentheistic Polytheism: An Illustration

One of the biggest, and often most heated, discussions happening in Polytheistic circles is that of ”hard” versus ”soft” Polytheism; whether the Deities are all unique Individuals or whether They are aspects of a single Ultimate Deity. I’ve written a post in the past about how I believe the two are not inherently contradictory. ToFortsätt läsa ”Panentheistic Polytheism: An Illustration”

Why Her/Him/Them? Some thoughts on having a patron Deity

Getting into polytheism from a monotheistic religion can be quite confusing. Especially before you have chosen a particular polytheist tradition or if you are an eclectic Pagan, drawing inspiration from a number of different faiths. The sheer number of Deities can feel overwhelming. With so many, who are you supposed to worship and why? FirstFortsätt läsa ”Why Her/Him/Them? Some thoughts on having a patron Deity”

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