Work In Progress.


My work and books on Seidr are found here:

Völuspá: Seiðr as Wyrd Consciousness
Forn Þreifa: Ancient Healing Touch
Seiðr Sprëhhan: The Sayings of Seiðr
Heathen Anthology: Volume One
Heathen Anthology: Volume Two
-Unser Weg: Female Mystery Traditions Revealed

Šamán . Sādhu . Seiðu . Aes Sídhe . Seita . Shaman . Sorcery . Seer


8 Comments Add yours

  1. Elvina Taylor says:

    I was drawn to the north pictographs on your recent blog. My Grandparents were Saami . My father taught me Joiking as a small child. I have been dreaming and even having waking visions of the circle with the X in it and am wondering what the significance of it is? Do you know?


    1. Thank you for visiting my blog Elvina.

      I was invited to spend three months with Saami Noaide in Finland a few years ago. That experience re-aligned aspects of my perspective.

      The circle and ‘x’ is an ancient symbol. The circle represents completion, creation, and manifestation. It is nothing less than sacred space. The X signifies transformation, of making things new. Additionally, X represents the Sun God; or his All Seeing Eye. Combined they represent raw/primal power, the ability to ‘jump-start’ redefinition and refinement. Finally, the X is a celestial configuration. Within the Circle/Heavens, the X is the equator and ecliptic, upon which the entire heavens ‘swings’, or finds balance. As such, the Circle and X are a Golden Gate from which the gods may travel to earth and the Noaide/shaman may travel to meet the gods.


    2. What a lovely heritage you have! I was truly blessed to visit, and be shown so much! It was a true life gift! As to your dream, I will intuitively say: It sounds like the drum .. also, sacred space. Have you tried creating the circle, marking the four quarters, sitting in the center, and joiking!? If so .. I would love to hear about it!

      All the best!



  2. Maggie Nell says:

    In case you don’t know, the Perth Mint here in Australia, has this year
    released a series of silver coins depicting the Norse gods.

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    1. Oh my Maggie! I did not know that! I will certainly google it to take a look! Thank you so much for sharing this information with me .. your the best!


  3. Publisher says:

    Dear Yngonna, it has been so many years since we’ve talked last, but you have been with in spirit since the day we first talked about our father Odin. I would like to share if you still are here to see the culmination of my hard effort for our God as we are his Einherjar: https://iofthedragon.wordpress.com/


    1. Dear friend .. your site has been “deleted”. I trust you are well .. and that you are updating!


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