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5 Ways To Work Norse Paganism Into Your Daily Life

5 Ways To Work Norse Paganism Into Your Daily Life

Introduction Norse paganism, also known as Germanic paganism, is a polytheistic religion that was practiced in Northern Europe before the arrival of Christianity. It is a revival of the ancient religion of the Germanic people and is characterized by its focus on...

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Paganism for Beginners: 10 Tips for Getting Started

Paganism for Beginners: 10 Tips for Getting Started

What is Paganism? Paganism is a term used to describe a wide range of earth-based religions and spiritual practices. Paganism is often characterized by a belief in multiple deities, a focus on nature, and a reverence for the Earth and its resources. pagans often...

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How to Explain Paganism to Your Friends

How to Explain Paganism to Your Friends

Hey Heathens! So, as some of you know, I am a Pagan. For those of you who don't know, Paganism is a polytheistic, nature-based religion. I absolutely love it, and it is a huge part of my life. However, I often get questions from my friends about it, and I wanted to...

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24 Daily Pagan Practices to put You on the Path

24 Daily Pagan Practices to put You on the Path

Pagan practices are important to the pagan path. Unlike many of the mainstream religions, we, as pagans don’t have weekly services. Our spirituality is connected to nature and the self. So spending time with nature or reflecting on ourselves, the gods, ancestors, or simple practices and devotions is key to our progress.

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Offerings – Gifts for the Gods

Offerings – Gifts for the Gods

What do we give the Gods? This is often a matter of confusion with new pagans, and a question I asked myself. I talked to different people about it and got a whole lot of suggestions, but no real guidelines. The most common answer was “whatever the deity likes that...

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Utiseta – Sitting Out and Faring Forth

Utiseta – Sitting Out and Faring Forth

Most people are at least familiar with the native American “Vision quest”, but did you know that the pre Christian Norse also had a similar practice? Utiseta. What is Utiseta? Utiseta, or “sitting out” was a practice of mound sitting, grave sitting, or simply sitting...

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