Tagged: traveling

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Hávamál 66

Auden-Taylor (1969): Too early to many homes I came, Too late, it seemed, to some; The ale was finished or else un-brewed, The unpopular cannot please. Hollander (1962): Too late by far to some...

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Hávamál 49

Auden-Taylor (1969): Two wooden stakes stood on the plain, On them I hung my clothes: Draped in linen, they looked well born, But, naked, I was a nobody. Hollander (1962): In the fields as...

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Hávamál 47

  Auden-Taylor (1969): Young and alone on a long road, Once I lost my way: Rich I felt when I found a another; Man rejoices in man. Hollander (1962): Young was I once and...

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Trance Work

Last week I finished reading the book Norse Goddess Magic: Trancework, Mythology, and Ritual by Alice Karlsdóttir. I her book, Alice Karlsdóttir talks about the practicing called “trance work”, or the ability to self-induce one’s...

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Hávamál 44

Auden-Taylor (1969): If you find a friend you fully trust And wish for his good-will, Exchange thoughts, exchange gifts, Go often to his house. Hollander (1962): If friend thou hast whom faithful thou deemest,...

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Hávamál 38

Auden-Taylor (1969): A wayfarer should not walk unarmed, But have his weapons to hand: He knows not when he may need a spear, Or what menace meet on the road. Hollander (1962): From his...