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The Norse Mythology Blog by Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried - 2M ago
The version of Norse mythology we see projected in popular culture tends to focus on overly macho Viking warriors longing for bloody, ..read more
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The Norse Mythology Blog by Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried - 3M ago
Last October, Pagan Forum at Illinois Institute of Technology hosted an event titled “Religion + Science.” I moderated a discussion by ..read more
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A farmstead from the Viking Age was found last October by a local resident in Þjórsárdalur, a valley in the southern highlands of ..read more
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The Norse Mythology Blog by Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried - 6M ago
Over the past year and a half, and especially since the Frith Forge conference in Germany, I’ve noticed increasing use and discussion of ..read more
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This July, Atlanta will once again host Mystic South: Theory, Practice, and Play. According to the convention’s Facebook page, the Pagan ..read more
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A little while ago, Boing Boing writer Seamus Bellamy contacted me for an article he was writing for the “award-winning zine, blog and ..read more
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Two years ago, Lyric Opera of Chicago debuted its new production of Das Rheingold, the first opera in Richard Wagner’s Der Ring des ..read more
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The Norse Mythology Blog by Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried - 1y ago
Last June, Jade Pichette started the #HavamalWitches hashtag on Facebook. Her explanatory post referenced the Old Norse poem Hávamál (“ ..read more
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