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Sigrid Freyasdottir
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  • Tucson, AZ
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I've been Heathen for the past ten years or so. I was Wiccan before that. I'm currently attending the U of A for a Library Science degree.
Favorite Books
Poetic Edda, Prose Edda, Our Troth vol. 1 & 2, Edred Thorsson's books, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, Rachel Pollack, Mary K. Greer, The Harry Potter series, Carol Queen, Betty Blue, Tristan Taormino, The Road to Hel, The Well and the Tree...any many more.
Beliefs / Practices
Tarot, Runes, making incense, reading, writing, yoga, music (listening only as I have no musical talent whatsoever), libraries....
Martin Luther King, Harvey Milk, Gloria Steinem, Tori Amos, and others I can't think of at the moment.
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Busy, busy, busy

Posted on April 9, 2010 at 12:34am 0 Comments

School work has kept me so busy I haven't had a lot of time to write. Somehow I remember school being easier when I was younger, but I seem to be lacking patience. At least I'm doing well. Right now I'm attempting to handle the normal work load along with starting a 10 to 15 page paper, study for a final exam, and try to get my team together for a group project. I'll be glad when I'm done with this least by then I'll be going to Desert Magic. I'll attempt to find time to work on… Continue

So Anyway, Back to the Runes...

Posted on November 6, 2009 at 12:16am 0 Comments

In my last blog on runes, I mentioned that much of what we call runic divination is very modern. Most people are using the Elder Futhark. It's the oldest rune row and it's called "futhark" for the first six runes: Fehu (F), Uruz (U), Thurisaz (Th), Ansuz (A), Raidho (R), and Kenaz (K). There are 24 runes in the Elder Futhark arranged in three rows of eight. Over time, the runes changed as the language changed. The Younger Furthark dropped several runes because those sounds were not used in the… Continue

Busy, Busy, Busy

Posted on October 5, 2009 at 1:02am 1 Comment

So much for my intentions of keeping a regular blog! Last week was a mad rush to catch up with the homework and projects that I'd fallen behind on during the previous week. Aside from a couple days off to do some fun stuff, my kindred was hosting Patty Lafayllve author of "Freyja, Lady, Vanadis" and Steerswoman of The Troth. We visited the Northern Winds store in Phoenix, AZ on Thursday with Patty, so that she could sign some of her books. The website for Northern Winds is:… Continue

Runes...which way do they go?

Posted on September 16, 2009 at 1:09am 1 Comment

In the modern world, we love organization. Sometimes that means we apply modern organization to things in the past that had little formal organization in their own time. That's true for the runes too. When we do runic divination today we look at the orientation of the rune, upright or upside down or maybe facing right or left. Sometimes popular books about the runes will say that these positions had meaning to our ancestors, but as far as we can determine, that's not the case. The runes were… Continue

Runes....for starters

Posted on September 15, 2009 at 1:16am 2 Comments

One thing I don't think many people realize is that the runes were a true alphabet, not just symbols used for magic and divination. In fact, we don't really know much about their use as a divination tool because nothing regarding the tradition has survived. The rune poems aren't very clear on that matter. I think it is Tacitus who mentions the man of the house throwing lots, which could be the runes, but he doesn't actually describe what was on the lots so we don't know for sure. It's likely… Continue

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At 10:15pm on January 7, 2010, Jaime aka Spider said…

Just had to share this cute picture.
At 1:42am on December 10, 2009, Jaime aka Spider said…
I found out that the Sonoran Sunrise Grove is having High Day rites this Saturday and the next. They start at 4:00 pm but I wouldn't be able to get there until 5:30 pm because of work. I know I would miss the ritual, but I figure I could show up for the last part, even if its just a half hour or so. Do you think this would be a problem showing up late? or should I just not bother?
At 10:01pm on November 18, 2009, Jaime aka Spider said…
Too bad ADF Grove meets at 8:00 Saturday mornings. I always have to work Saturdays. Sundays and Mondays are my days off...
At 9:05pm on November 17, 2009, Jaime aka Spider said…
Thanks for the welcome. I see you know a lot about runes. It's been about 10 years since I last studied runes, and I wasn't that great to begin with! I'll be reading your posts on runes. Once, after doing a love spell when I was a teenager, I turned around and started walking back towards home and I saw the Wunjo symbol made of sticks in my path. Perhaps it was just a coincidence, but I tend to believe otherwise. That relationship lasted 3 years. It was a good time, but not a relationship for the long run. I'm happily married now!
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