- Hans Thorsen on On Honoring our Ancestors
- mohnkern on Honoring our Ancestors – ancestry.com – Types of links
- Charles Butler on Honoring our Ancestors – ancestry.com – Types of links
Author Archives: mohnkern
Free Spirit Gathering has a tentative list of classes out. My classes include: Blots every morning Two Sumbels Runevaldr Making a rune set The Philosopher and Mystic Pagan Publishing
I ran across this on an email list I was on, and thought it was wonderful: May Odin give you wisdom, may Freya give you passion, may Frigg give you comfort and fulfillment, and may Skadi make you keen. May … Continue reading
This weekend I had the opportunity to attend a Seiðr workshop offered by Laurel Mendes in Columbia, MD. While I won’t go into specific details to protect the privacy of those who attended, I thought I’d give a general … Continue reading
I love this Tumblr Site.
Óðr Blot This blot was originally held on 7/25/2012 in North Potomac, MD
In a previous post I espoused using ancestry.com to to genealogical research, and how it could be used to honor our ancestors. If you start doing research on your ancestors when you are linking one relative to another there … Continue reading
Circumstances in my life (My parents moving to a location that isn’t horribly far away from me to retire) have caused me to consider ancestors and honoring our ancestors.
Well, after much soul searching, I’ve decided to move the Modernheathen web site to Wordpress. We’d been running on Joomla for a number of years, and I just concluded that it was too difficult to put up content, and WordPress … Continue reading
Lately has been a time where there have been a lot of spiritual “disputes” in my life, and I was reading Idunna #88 today, and ran across the following quote from the Havamal, and felt the need to post it: … Continue reading
The question of interfaith activities and religious tolerance has been a topic that I’ve been thinking a lot about lately. While I’ve read several interesting guidelines, none of them seemed to include the heathen perspective on what tolerance is. … Continue reading