Life Errors

This is a hard lesson. I mean, no one wants to lose. Our whole culture is based around winning, about coming out on top–there’s really no place for errors, because those equal loss. Ultra-competitive culture and society pushes for a lot of fighting to come out in front of everyone else. That’s the general way […]

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The Fall of Gondolin to be released in August 2018

Originally posted on A Tolkienist's Perspective:
Well, it is now official. In a statement made this morning on the J.R.R. Tolkien Official Facebook page, it was announced that The Fall of Gondolin, written by J.R.R. Tolkien and edited by Christopher Tolkien, will be published on August 30, 2018. The statement added that this release…

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Hobbiton, a Diversion

While New Zealand’s South Island typically gets all the praise and glory, there is a lot to explore up in the north as well. We spent beautiful time discovering the city of Auckland, sampling wine on Waiheke Island, and hiking through the rain forest of Waitakere Range. Although, one place we were particularly anxious to […] […]

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Old “Friends” Now Blogging

In the past, I’ve had run ins with other Slavic pagans or Rodnovers. Most of it on Facebook or Tumblr. That’s pretty much par for the course. And I’ve done some extensive chronicling on it, so there’s lots related to read up on. I won’t rehash it all. Besides, that would make boring reading, when […]

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New Medieval Books: From Dracula to Isabella

Via New Medieval Books: From Dracula to Isabella Once again, sharing my love of all things medieval. But the first listed book: it’s on Wallachia and Vlad Tepes! So, really something so absolutely impressive that I’m in love. Like, book love. Only problem, finding a copy in English will be expensive. Buying a copy will […]

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Beekeeping Through the Middle Ages

Source: Beekeeping from Antiquity Through the Middle Ages Continuing my interest in all things medieval & historical. I’ve recently been kind of interested in beekeeping. It’s kind of a smaller part of my more major interest in all things medieval. Well, actually, I remember being marginally interested in beekeeping and honey back in elementary school, […]

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