Blog Posts - Norse Gods

Gods and Giants

Coming back to a book you first read as a tween, in the days before tweens even existed, can be a revelation. Lester del Rey’s Day of the Giants introduced me to Norse mythology as a kid, and, along with … Continue reading →...

The End of the Gods

Hovering somewhere between fiction and fact, A. S. Byatt’s Ragnarök: The End of the Gods is a compelling reimagining of Norse mythology. Starting in childhood, the stark and bleak icons of a world where even the gods die captured my … Co...

Forbidden Words

In keeping with the spirit of freedom, just before July 4 the BBC broke the story of Iceland’s blasphemy laws having been struck down. Although the state Church of Iceland (Lutheran by denomination) supported the move, other churches have been R...

Norse Witchcraft and Magic Today

The Norse were adventurous,daring Viking warriors who worshiped the Aesir and the Vanir (The Norse Gods and Goddesses). These words conjure up shining images of helmet-clad men with huge swords in hand, sailing their dragon ships over choppy seas.
by 2012ad and Beyond on Sep 26, 2012

Review: ‘Demon Crossings’ by Eleri Stone – paranormal romance

Title: Demon Crossings  Author:  Eleri Stone Publisher: Carina Press Category:  ADULT: paranormal romance Demon Crossings is a delightfully different story about a private investigator called Grac...

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