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I will be working on adding books to our library when I get home from work today, so if anyone has anymore that they would like to add (a few of you have already submitted book titles so I will try to get through all of those today) so feel free to message us your books. PS. Anyone who would like to be a member of the blog just message us your email and we will send you an invite. Thank you, ...
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It's Cool To Be A Witch: Norse Rede of Honor →
merrymeet: From the book “The Rites of Odin” by Ed Fitch 1. In all that you do, consider its benefit or harm upon yourself, your children and your people. 2. All that which you do will return to you, sooner or later, for good or for ill. Thus strive always to do good to others, or at least strive… Thanks so much for posting this! //EDIT// always to do good to others, or at least...
Hávamál of the Day
I’m going to do a few because I haven’t really been around. I’m sorry! -Renee 3. The warmth seeketh | who hath wandered long and is numb about his knees; meat and dry clothes | the man needeth over the fells who hath fared. 4. A drink needeth | to full dishes who cometh, a towel,* and the prayer to partake; good...
Brewing Your Own Mead
Making mead or honey wine is traditional for those following the Norse path and way. This brew is one of the most ancient known throughout mankind and is still known and made in modern times. Tips for making the best mead: Preferably fresh honey straight from a beekeeper would be the best, but for those of us who don’t know any, the local brand is the next thing. Use really good water,...