A Different Direction

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For those of you who have read my book, Sheathenry, Volume I: Ritual Practices of Modern Heathen Women, this will not be a surprise, but I’ve started going to a shamanic healing circle that’s held once a month in the hills of Northern Georgia. I was trepidatious at first, but I think these folks are […]

Sheathenry

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Last year my dear friend, Rod Landreth, suddenly passed away. At his memorial, I oathed to write a book for the betterment of Heathenry that would be ready for publication in exactly one year. I spent a few months interviewing 39 people, primarily women, from North America and Europe, then spent a good deal more […]

Veiling

Posted Posted in Heathenry, Textiles & Fashion, Uncategorized

A couple of days ago I read a blog post, Veiling: A Different Take on Pagan Womanhood, which intrigued me for several reasons. 1. I have studied early medieval textiles and fashion for years and wrote my Master’s thesis on the subject. 2. When I was in Europe I was heavily involved in Medieval recreation. […]