Admitting You are a Hobbit

Everyone wants to be special and unique. It’s kind of a drive among people–to want to stand out, to want to be something different and something wholly impressive that stands out from the crowd. Can’t really fault people for that, not when often those who fit these ideals seem to get the most attention. And […]

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New Music

I’ve recently heard this song….and it’s kind of perfect. I don’t even know why it strikes me so positively–it’s not like this is the normal type of music I like; or even the typical type of song I would go for. Usually I’d think something like this was well, meh not for me. But this […]

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Chapter Review: Medieval Heresies

I have finished the book Medieval Heresies: Popular Movements from the Gregorian Reform to the Reformation! That I bought almost 2 years ago. But we won’t count that. A single morning of reading, and it is done. Which means review time; specifically of the chapters that I bought this book for: Bohemian Reform Movement (i.e. […]

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The Redux Edition

The wheel turns, time spins on. And once again I have to write about my least favorite topic. See previous entry here. There’s a pretty good introduction in it to my feelings on racism in Rodnovery and the general topic, since it’s come up throughout the years. Since I posted that particular entry, it’s become […]

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10 Lord of the Rings Quotes That Will Inspire You to Travel

Originally posted on Geeky Tourist:
Packed full of adventure in far-off beautiful places that you could only dream of visiting, books are a huge reason I love to travel. From the mystical lands of Narnia, to the Gothic castle’s in Dracula, you can find all sorts of travel inspiration in a book, and none more…

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“Problematic Favorite”

Everyone loves to hate on this song, recently. And by recently I mean that in the last 3 years things have gotten really bad, to the point where everyone (slight exaggeration, yes, I know) is calling for like bans on this song. Which frustrates me to no end…because cultural stupidity is no excuse to ban […]

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Heresy

I bought a book a year ago, Medieval Heresy: Popular Movements from the Gregorian Reform to the Reformation, Third Edition by Malcolm Lambert that I have been reading off and on. I’ve been doing a lot of other reading, too–so I admittedly just pick it up here and there to read a chapter or two […]

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What Even is Retrograde?

I’m admittedly a bit of a failure of a witch (okay, I really only dabble in it at that) at figuring out astrological markings and just why moon phases, planetary alignments, gemstone correspondences and the like all have meaning. Admittedly, probably if I’d done more research on “witchcraft” and less on mythology and focused more […]

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