Askr Yggdrasils – The Ash Tree Yggdrasil

There stands an ash called Yggdrasil, A mighty tree showered in white hail. – Poetic Edda

Forn Siðr – Followers of the Old Customs

Preserving and protecting our native European culture as our identity is everything, the loss of identity is the greatest crime against self anyone can imagine.

Wyrd bið ful aræd – Fate remains wholly inexorable – The Wanderer (Anglo-Saxon Poem)



Egtved Girl

The Egtved Girl (c. 1390–1370 BC) was a Nordic Bronze Age girl whose well-preserved remains were discovered outside Egtved, Denmark in 1921. Aged 16–18 at death, she was slim, 160 cm tall (about 5 ft 3 in), had short, blond hair and well-trimmed nails. Her burial has been dated by dendrochronology to 1370 BC. She was discovered …

Heathen and mythological elements in English place-names

*Note: This article is only intended to be a general survey of many of the more prominent place-names containing theophoric or supranormal elements, and is intended to spur the interested lay reader to further research. It is in no way intended to be comprehensive or represent the latest scholarship on the subject. For some further …

The Red Squirrel Pill

The Red Squirrel Pill In 1876, the grey squirrel was released in Henbury Park in Cheshire as a decorative adornment to the park’s collection of animal and plant life. At the time, the Victorians were unaware of the dangers of introducing non-native species. Unlike the Victorians, we had no such excuses. We were warned of …