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HALLOWEEN IN THE NORTH OF NORWAY: A PERSONAL JOURNEY

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In this video I have literally dismembered Odin’s skull rites to try and find a more feasible way of incorporating the preservation, honoring, worshiping and magical uses of skulls into our seidr practice.
Mimir’ s head skull rites are probably the most thorough Norse example of the use of skulls in witchcraft, but yet again, that is not our time, and I felt to share how I made those rites more contemporary with something I call the dance of bones and skulls.
I feel the swaying and dancing of bones and skull is a fresh way to breathe life into them and make the whole bones worshiping experience more feasible.
This video will take you on a journey of how I celebrate and feel Halloween here in the land of the northern lights and midnight sun, it’s a very personal approach and I hope it can inspire many other personal approaches and journeys into the honoring of this decadent and enchanting season.
Happy Halloween one and all.
Freyia

Posted on October 30, 2020 by A.J. Drew
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