My druidry

The Romans gave us the image of the Druids as barbaric murderers who sacrificed innocents to tell the future from looking at the entrails of their victims. Not true (I don’t like looking at entrails). The Romans had their political reasons for describing native magicians and philosophers in an unflattering manner. More …

My Ásatrú

In Ásatrú there are two real sources of sacred truth and neither expresses itself to us in words. One is the universe around us, a manifestation of underlying essence. Inspiration itself exists only in the now. The other is the universe inside us, passed down from our ancestors to us as instinct, emotion, and talents. By combining these sources, we each arrive at our own truths. How I arrived in that now?

The name Ursnygg

Drop-dead gorgeous. I am happy to be here in Bretagne and they are lucky to have me here. It’s beautiful! And I am Okay. It’s a match made in heaven.

Sacred Geographies

Meaning ancient landscapes (probably) structured according to symbolic or cosmological principles. An old interest of mine …

  • Everything in the multiverse is in a state of vibration. My ship is sailing in oceans of energies, vibrating at various frequencies, and is constantly interacting with an amazing range of other energies – from the mundane to the cosmic. All the various parts of my body are in a state of vibration, organs, tissues, bones, nerves, …

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    What the romans named the Druid Tradition is ancient, and represents one of the wellsprings of inspiration of the Western Spiritual Tradition. But even though it is ancient, it is as relevant and alive today as it ever has been.
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