Middle English Texts — Medievalists.net

A pioneering initiative to make texts from the Middle Ages available to scholars and students around the world receives continued support from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Middle English Texts Series gets a boost from NEH — Medievalists.net This is super cool news, and a great bit of information! I’ve always enjoyed Medieval history and […]

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Looking Back: Head Blind

About 8 years ago, I first wrote about being head blind. I’m looking back on an old post I wrote 7 years ago though for this: Head Blind and being Pagan. I’m not quite as angsty as I was back then, not about this at least. So back in 2013, I was struggling really hard […]

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God Feud

There’s been a few times before I’ve made mention of the “fraught” relationship between Perun and Veles–arguably the Head of the Pantheon and the God of the Underworld (yes, might as well play into the whole atmosphere that people play up to with writing about these gods for this post). How supposedly they constantly battle […]

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The Story of Merlin and the Demons who made him — Medievalists.net

In the medieval tradition, Merlin was created by demons to bring about the downfall of Christianity. The Story of Merlin and the Demons who made him — Medievalists.net So, I really enjoy Merlin in the Arthuriana/Matter of Britain. He’s fascinating and just so unique a character. Plus, I always kind of liked him as having come […]

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Spooky Season!

It is officially the best season of the year! Yes, I know technically autumn/fall started like 12 days ago based on the solstice. That’s fine from a technically correct and astronomical point of view. Don’t care. Doesn’t affect me really, not with how I go about my workings. I’m not 100% bound to the seasons […]

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Land of the Firebird – Commentary

I read this book a while back (probably about 5 years ago), but then never really wrote up anything about it. It was during a time where I was just skim reading a lot of books, and so it was never really in the forefront of my imagination or mind at the time. But, as […]

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What Leads to Inspiration

Sometimes inspiration strikes in weird ways. You get into a rut and you just kind of coast along…going with the flow without doing anything new or different. You just glide along, following what you’ve always done and just, well stagnate. That’s a good way to put it. And that’s what I’ve admittedly been stuck in. […]

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New Friend

I’ve been really busy the last month with the move and starting to unbox and set up at the new apartment. It’s been completely hectic & stressful–not to mention still trying to manage this whole “work from home” thing in the middle of fire storm apocalypse here in the PNW. So, it’s been a rough […]

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