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Hermes, Mercury, and... Odin?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Medb St. Jerome May 16. 8 Replies

It has been a few years now, I don't know why I didn't think to post this earlier. Long story short, I imagine most of us already know that many gods are interchangeable. Mainly the Northern…Continue

Modern Paganism: Three Questions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jade Jul 31, 2017. 26 Replies

Greetings, colleagues. I understand this may be a somewhat cringe-worthy subject. However, this is an important question. I will not go into boring detail on myself. I will simply say that I have…Continue

Georgia Coven Forming: Newnan, Fayette, PTC area

Started this discussion. Last reply by hashhashin puffinstuff Apr 27, 2014. 17 Replies

Hey folks.I've been putting something together for a few years now. I'm interested in starting a group of like-minded pagans in Southern Georgia. I have yet to see any sort of coven or group in the…Continue

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Do the gods hate nosy magicians?

Started this discussion. Last reply by HedgeWizard Oct 12, 2013. 18 Replies

I am often reminded of one of my favorite Old Testament stories; the Tower of Babel. In the story, man sought to be like God and so God backhanded man into the dirt so hard we all started speaking…Continue

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Medb St. Jerome replied to HedgeWizard's discussion Hermes, Mercury, and... Odin?
"The Romans considered Odin a form of Mercury and recorded that the Gauls worshiped Mercury. The underworld trio should be Pluto-Hades and Hel. What you’re dealing with are very large very ambiguous entities that the human mind can’t…"
May 16
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Malteras Myrrdin replied to HedgeWizard's discussion Hermes, Mercury, and... Odin?
"1st point: Yes, Pluto is closer than Saturn. Saturn is the Roman analogue to the Greek Chronos, who is Hades' father, while Pluto is the Roman Hades. 2nd point: Odin and Hermes/Mercury do share some traits. They're both wandering gods…"
May 14
Mister Sosotris replied to HedgeWizard's discussion Hermes, Mercury, and... Odin?
"A few random thoughts. I think Pluto would be a closer analogue to Hades and Hel, since Pluto was the Roman god of the underworld and judge of the dead. Also, Hermes and Mercury are messenger and trickster gods, while Odin is a wise father who…"
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HedgeWizard replied to Phoenix Eira Mace's discussion The Goddess Hel
"I, too, have a fondness and affinity for Hel. Though it has nothing to do with ritual, you should check out "The Almighty Johnsons" on Netflix. If you haven't already seen it, I'm sure you will enjoy it for related reasons."
Jan 29
HedgeWizard replied to Beccy Wahlstrom's discussion Crisis of Faith...or lack thereof
"Go on Netflix and watch "The Almighty Johnsons".If nothing else, it will make you smile."
Jan 29
HedgeWizard replied to Kitty Comeau's discussion Where my nerds at?!
"Haha, actually I am still in a state of nerd rage over Discovery. I never realized how much of a Star Trek fan boy I was until I got so sensitive over the changes to the canon. I felt the same about Enterprise when it first came out but I eventually…"
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HedgeWizard replied to Laura's discussion Water
"I try to work the element, or a representation of it, into my daily routine.For Earth I teach myself something new.For Fire I burn incense.For Air I practice swordsmanship.For Water I do the dishes.:)"
Jan 29
HedgeWizard replied to Niteowl Caduceus's discussion Appropriation of another cultures religion?
"Though this is probably not a popular viewpoint, I don't believe there is any such thing as "cultural appropriation". If you behave in a manner that is definitive of a culture, then you are living that culture. If your culture is…"
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HedgeWizard replied to Jessilynn Jane Liddell's discussion Necklace Blessing (In The Name of Lilith) HELP!
"Mm. Lillith.Not a very helpful response, I know. It was the first thing that came to mind."
Jan 29
HedgeWizard replied to Noah C.'s discussion What's your ideal afterlife scenario?
"I have heard on more than one occasion that in passing through death, you are no longer you. That thought used to scare me. I don't want to lose my individuality. However, I had an experience when I was really sick in the hospital that made me…"
Jan 29
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Hermes, Mercury, and... Odin?

It has been a few years now, I don't know why I didn't think to post this earlier. Long story short, I imagine most of us already know that many gods are interchangeable. Mainly the Northern European, Caucus Region, and Egyptian ones from what I can tell. The Semite and Sino gods seem to be an exception. (Although I find Bel and Baal to be dubiously similar) That being said, there is a debate between Tir and Tor(Thor) and whether or not they are the same Nordic god. However, if you were to keep…See More
Jan 29
HedgeWizard replied to Kitty Comeau's discussion Where my nerds at?!
"Oh, absolutely. Big Star Trek fan in regards to TOS, TNG, DS9, and VOY. Renaissance festivals? Don't get me started! I used to go at least once a year. I was a big ol' WoW nerd back in the day but I don't play many MMOs anymore.…"
Jan 29
Jade replied to HedgeWizard's discussion Modern Paganism: Three Questions
"1.) I have noticed the importance of masculinity and femininity in the occult. To those of you that are fellow students and observers, you know exactly what I mean by this. It is my observation that I do not see a correlation between the true nature…"
Jul 31, 2017

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Just your average big and tall guy. Confident, smart, good sense of humor. I am currently on a journey of self discovery in the sense that I have sold everything and spend as much time traveling and camping under the stars as I can. I work part of the year to finance my nomadic lifestyle. I will, sometime soon, find a new home where I can put down roots and rejoin the rat race, so to speak. Before I started my nomadic vacation, such as it is, I worked in management as a Chef. I specialized in Nordic cuisine.

Besides work, I read a lot of non-fiction and reference. Everyone likes good conversation and I'm no exception. It helps when you know a little bit about a lot. I love talking about anything from politics and business to history and aliens. I travel a lot and, perhaps as a reflection of that, I especially enjoy outdoorsmanship, survivalism, and self-defense.
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At 10:04am on August 12, 2014, Melissa Rose said…

Yes it is :)

You listing not fighting on the ground is the main reason I wanted to stick with Jiu Jitsu, I am not good ground fighter.

At 10:02pm on August 11, 2014, Melissa Rose said…

I am most proficient in Taekwondo, but my two favorites are Judo and Muay Thai. I am really, really bad at Brazillian Jiu Jitsu.

At 3:39pm on July 3, 2013, River Glas said…

Thank you for the compliment! :)

At 9:36am on June 16, 2013, Sharon Fitzhugh said…
Thank you so much for the request and welcome! Nice to discover that there are more of us around!
At 12:03am on June 13, 2013, Ice River Cerridwen/Liz Stevens said…

Thanks for your nice comment on my profile pic! :) sent u a friend request too. ;)

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