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DEN GAMLE TRO - THE OLD BELIEFTALES OF SPIRTS, GNOMES AND TROLLS IN ANCIENT SCANDINAVIA Norse Germanic Folklore is one very interesting and fascinating part of our Spirituality, because everyone, who grew up with the native Fairytales, was enchanted with a world full of Supernatural beings, of Spirits and Nature-spirits, that live deep in the woods, hidden in the mountains, and generally all around us, all the time. The spiritual world and the material world were seen as one Unity, not separated, but as a organic union of us human beings, and the raw, wild realms of nature.In 1630, Gustavus...

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“From the ancestral Solar cults and the worship of the Forebears, it was basic common knowledge, that nature will provide us with everything we need, and furthermore, will also teach us the secrets of life, death, and even illumination.Through celebrations, rites and traditions, the human mind developed an inner sense, an intuitive knowledge, that one can contact and communicate with the trees, the animals, the plants and herbs, and yes, even the seasons had its own unique power to it. Through that relationship, the Archetypes of the norse Gods were born as a symbolic representation of a deeper truth… a...

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The Gods in Mythology were not worshipped in a christian sense, where they are almighty, and omnipotent. Life was not seen as court-like, where you have to follow, where you have to bow down and kneel before one God, and certainly not like you have to follow certain rules in order to be granted entrance to the divine realm.However, the divine has been found within this earth, within nature and within human life. The divine was everywhere. Norse spirituality was animistic and shamanic, when it comes to the Viking culture, many people seem to only want to study, what they...

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The Vegvísir The Vegvísir, ("The Guide Post" in Icelandic) called “Wegweiser” in German language, which literally translates into Direction-Guide, is often also known as Runic Compass. This symbol is originally from the 17th Century, taken out of an Icelandic Grimoire, called the GALDRABÒK, according to some Germanic Scripts, it has been drawn on peoples foreheads, so that they will not get lost during Journeys and, most importantly, rough and heavy weather. A page in the original HULD Manuscript says that once the person wears that magical Sigil, the person will never get lost during storms and weather.Some people argue that...

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This Article is in reference to our new product line, called VINTERNATTSBLOT.We all know that Proto-Germanic tribes have worshipped the norse Gods as representatives of natural forces, cycles of nature, and natural phenomena, within us and around us. The lands of the Proto-Germanic people were full of spirits, spiritual powers, and there was no clear distinct border of what is our realm, and what is the Otherworlds. The divine, the spiritual could be found within us, within nature, within natural phenomena. And since these people had to live in tune with nature, in order to survive, their entire spirituality revolved...

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