Growing up, most of us have already experienced camping out in the woods with our friends and family. A favorite pastime to do while out camping is gathering around a fire and listening to stories from each other.
It doesn’t matter what you call it or when you celebrate it, or if you celebrate at all. Have a wonderful Samhain evening
Have you ever had a nightmare or experienced sleep paralysis? According to folklore, this lady is the reason why that happens. I’ve also included some from non-European countries.
Next on my list of myths and folklore is the Werewolf. So that’s what we’re diving into today. But we won’t be talking about the one in movies that much. I want to give you a summary of the folklore.
It’s Lammas/Lughnasadh or Imbolc on the other side – Have a lovely celebration whether you celebrate today, tomorrow, last night or later
Today, we’re taking a look at the hulder og skogsrå, a seductive lady of the forest that could be both helpful and dangerous. Scandinavians describe her slightly differently but I have no doubt it’s the same lady.
The Draug is a creature from Norwegian folklore, primarily in areas along the coast. He’s definitely not someone you’d want to meet.
Have a lovely celebration, no matter what you call it 🙂
In Nordic folklore, you’ll find the wights in several varieties. Both wights related to farms, land and sea as well as forests. Learn more about who they are and what they do in this video
Let’s dive into the subject of Elves. The ones from Norse Mythology are quite different from the cartoon and modern fairytale version.
I would love to have you as a guest on the blog, writing about your life as a pagan, tips for pagans, or anything related to the content of The Witch’s Library.
By whatever name you call the holiday related to the solstice (I call it Jul), have an amazing time and a lovely celebration!