It is always so lovely to stumble across something completely by accident that so closely reflects your own thoughts and experiences. This is another blog exploring the place where Druidry and Heathenry meet. I’d like to contact the authors to ask them if it is ok to reblog this and to say ‘Hi’ but there are no contact details on the site. If anyone knows who they are, point them in my direction, I’d love to discuss with them. Until then I will just have to satisfy myself with posting a link and encouraging you all to go and explore.



5 thoughts on “Waincraft

  1. Jack says:

    One of the two authors has a fairly active blog at http://snaegl.wordpress.com/ where you can comment. It’s a very interesting tradition and I wish you luck getting in touch with them.

  2. Ah Jack, thanks so much. The internet is a wonderful thing!

  3. Natalie Reed says:

    Thank you for this! I recently began exploring Proto Indo European beliefs and think this site will be very helpful.

  4. snaegl says:

    And hello again! Very glad you enjoyed the site. đŸ™‚ It’s nice to meet others who are conscious of cultural overlaps. We have them now, and no doubt they existed then as well. Good luck in your own explorations!

  5. nhrafnhild says:

    Hello! Thank you for the kind words, and also the reminder about contact information. The site has now been updated.

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