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Divination als Kommunikation zwischen Göttern und Menschen

Manche holen sich divinatorischen Rat bei anderen, manche machen’s lieber selbst — und wieder andere nutzen gar keine Divination in ihrer Praxis. Ich betreibe Divination selbst, und in ein paar ganz seltenen Fällen habe ich auch schon einmal andere befragt. … Continue reading

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Divination as Deity2human Communication

Some people get divination, some people do divination, and some people do neither. I’m the second sort — I do divination, although I have also been known to ask for it, too, but only on very few occasions. Divination is … Continue reading

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Eine Klare Ansage über Götter, Gebet und Anbetung

Gerade rege ich mich wieder einmal auf, also sehe man mir meine direkten Formulierungen bitte nach. Man braucht nur in eine x-beliebige heidnische, schamanische, oder spirituelle (jeweils in der Eigensichtweise, natürlich) Gruppe zu gehen, eine Diskussion über Gottheiten suchen, und … Continue reading

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The False “Lore-based vs. UPG-based Practice” Dichotomy

Lore versus UPG as unreconcilable opposites is a narrative that I have come across quite often during my years so far as a religious practitioner. It has become clear to me that this narrative governs how we refer to ourselves … Continue reading

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Loki — der Versuch einer Formulierung

Also, was bedeutet Loki für dich? Während der letzten paar Wochen bin ich spürbar vermehrt nach meiner Religion gefragt worden, und speziell nach Loki. Mein Verhältnis zu solchen Fragen ist zwiespältig: ich liebe es, und finde mich dabei aber gleichzeitig … Continue reading

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Loki — Attempting To Word It

So, what does Loki mean to you? During the past few weeks, I’ve experienced a noticeable increase of people asking me questions about my religion, and about Loki specifically. I both love to be asked, and find it profoundly awkward. … Continue reading

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Different but Not: an Interfaith Experience

Myriad and Sati, a Norse polytheist and a Kemetic. We met on the Internet and decided to spend a few days together and share this experience. This post can also be found over at Sati’s blog. Check it out, she’s … Continue reading

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