Category Archives: Understanding Myth

Who is Mundilfari?

Mundilfari I have been looking up the meaning of the name “Mundilfari.”  The general consensus of the internet is that they are “uncertain of its etymology,” but it seems to mean to them, “the one moving according to particular times (?)”.  That quote was from “Nordic Names.”[1]  They even put in the question mark to emphasize… Continue Reading

The Gods & Goddesses of the North

There are two races of gods according to the Norse conception. Odin is the King and All-Father of the gods and goddesses of Northern Europe, called the Aesir (See H. R. Ellis Davidson: 28-29). The Aesir are the gods and goddesses of humankind(See Sirona Knight: 49).They promote social order and consciousness among humankind (See Edred Thorsson: 30-31).… Continue Reading

Natural Divine Nature

With all the religions out there competing for claims of “truth” and the” right way,” how do we tell? How do we decide who is right? Who really speaks for “God”? The Christians, the Jews, the Muslims, the Buddhists, the Hindus, the Pagans, the Catholics, the Protestants, the New Agers…who?  Is it all just “personal… Continue Reading

Dire Wolves Within

Well, literally, a “dire wolf” is a giant wolf that is now extinct. Thousands of fossils of it have been found primarily in North America, as a fact, producing evidence of its existence… It appears since the name “dire wolf” was given to actual prehistoric giant wolves, occasionally writers used the name to distinguish the… Continue Reading