Our Lady of Laussel

Trigger Warning: this will likely only appeal to Palæolithic Enthusiasts or fans of the mighty Architect. And Agent Rick, whom I'm sure enjoys being brain-raped weekly. By me, your host. I digress.

Something of an Ode to Our Lady of Dordogne, the Venus of Laussel and all her hypostases in the Palæolithic world. How I think she bridges the gap to Asatru (and other) today, and maybe why Scarlet should frankly give a damn. Or not. Whatever floats your boat or sinks your dinghy. Links for the autistic are enclosed. Drink the Horn, bigot.



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(Book Review) Inanna: Queen of Heaven And Earth; Her Stories and Hymns from Sumer by Diane Wolkstein and Samuel Noah Kramer

Review/discussion of a book regarding Inanna, once among principle deities of what is supposed to be a cradle of civilisations.

Primeval Garden

Brain Dump. Impromptu garden edition, in which your host tries to tie ancient Primeval Garden myths together.

The Wearing of the Green

Musings on trying to become my own Greenman in light of my few firmly held convictions. Hail to thee, Mother Earth!

Lorecast Archives

Back per unpopular request. Lorecast Archives, those I was able to scrape together again. It's a podcast: about Myths and Legends from European History filtered through a modern lens.

Baucis and Philemon

A major problem we face in reclaiming positive culture is the absence of marital role models. True love is hard to find, seldom discussed and often mocked. Here's a story that shakes the modern myth.

Women Are From Venus

An expansion of my previous foray into Venus Culture as begun with "Who's Your Venus?"


This proposes that maybe the Vanir and similar God tribes are fragmentary folk memory of Old European culture prior to the adoption of Sky Gods. It proposes a hypothesis of Paleolithic fertility cults common to Old Europe by discussing myths and Venus finds.