The Golden Age & The Grotesque

About repression, celebration and expostulation of the Cthonic, and why I think the exclusivism of the Celestial has unbalanced the soul - because centrism is a naturally gravitic medium in our people which suffers when it is not allowed to hold. How the Grotesque might have been a movement of Folksoul to bring us back to centre.

My goal is to make you pause the next time you call something grotesque. I'll probably fail, but I've been chewing on this thought for a few years.

Tastes like cud.
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About the Peopling of Albion…

A bit of a thought train regarding the tale of the peopling of Albion. Spergery herein shall be reckoned afoot.

Short Story: The Settling of Albion

Follows is my retelling of the first peopling of the Island called Albion, today England. Everybody loves origin stories. Come get yours today, ye sons of Albion and Her children. Here there be Giants.

Or not. Whatever floats your boat or sinks your dinghy.

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.

ᚦᛁᚾᛣᛁᛝ᛫ᛁᚾ᛫ᚻᛠᚦᛖᚾ᛫ᛖᛝᛚᛁᛋᚻ

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Baubo

Come with me now to Seax's gallery of the obtuse! In today's instalment of things not many other people think about but me is...
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...Baubo!

Goddess of... [drumroll] let's find out. Or not. You won't know until you open me. And even then, who knows? Trigger warning for man-babies, grownup words are used.

Etin-Kin

My thoughts on giants in history. (UPG.) I've kept as best I can to an Asatru line. Eat it. Eat it ALL. Or not. Boats and dinghies.

Great Goddess in Review

A review of a book by Jean Markale, tracing the footsteps of the oldest Goddess(es) of civilisation till now. Special care is taken to point to a common ancestral Goddess shared between Europe and the Near-East, and potentially (ancient) America. I've filed this under highly recommended.

Snake’s Back

It's a poem. You can come to your own conclusion.


It's Friday. Go see to it your week has a happy ending.

Or not. Whatever floats your boat or sinks your dinghy.