Tag: faith

Hail the Heathen Hammer

Hail the Heathen Hammer

By Anders B. AOR

It were at last year’s G.M, that Blutgeist OR gave a talk and meditation on the hammer and what it means to us that bit deep into me, to the point that I had this overwhelming feeling to make a hammer to be of a high enough standard to represent our faith. Continue reading

May 28, 2013 More
The River of Our Life

The River of Our Life

By Rory H. AOR

I read a while ago a quote about the Odinic Rite being as a rock in a rapidly flowing river, resisting those forces which are constantly trying to wash it away and lose our holy faith forever. I agree totally with this thought but I consider that there is more to this statement than initially meets the eye. Continue reading

May 26, 2013 More
A brief synopsis of the nine noble virtues in the modern world

A brief synopsis of the nine noble virtues in the modern world

By Rory H. AOR Courage A small word I am sure that everyone would agree, and not a word that is heard too much these days. Whether that is because of the current trend for people to be mindless, state … Continue reading

December 29, 2012 More
The New Dawn

The New Dawn

A poem by Phil AOR Continue reading

November 29, 2010 More

MAY LOKI BE BOUND part III

There are, as we know, some who actually give blot to Loki. A few of these do so because basically they are immature and get a thrill thinking they are being “dark“ etc. and most of these types will grow out of it, though a few unfortunately will become immersed in negativity on a longer lasting basis. Continue reading

August 20, 2009 More

Perseverence in Odinism

Perhaps one of the most overlooked of the Noble Virtues is Perseverance. It doesn’t appear at all exciting. Rather dull in fact. Far better to be where the action is than just plodding away quietly. But without perseverance nothing comes to pass and the action, while briefly exciting, is often ultimately futile. Continue reading

August 20, 2009 More

Agnosticism Defies Belief

Agnosticism, of course, is not a wholly unreasonable viewpoint, just the result of a false line of enquiry. The agnostic attempts to assess objectively the merits of the believer’s faith in the existence of god or gods by examining the evidence. He concludes that since a god cannot be apprehended by man’s physical senses no evidence with any bearing on the question is available. He says, ‘seeing is believing. I do not see. Therefore I do not believe’. Continue reading

August 20, 2009 More