Getting Started with Heathen Practice

13 Jun

The Wytch of the North

2e1ax_beez_20wp1_entry_101_0585A couple of years back, my friend Lykeia posted a brief guide to setting up a Hellenic altar for the fledgeling polytheist, demonstrating how easy it can be to start practicing even for the brand new devotee on a budget. For the new heathen or northern tradition pagan, whether devoted to Odin or another deity (whether Aesir, Vanir, Jotnar, or from some other tribe altogether), it’s even easier. Because of the simplicity of heathen ritual, we have even less essential paraphernalia for you to collect. (Which leaves more money for tattoos, devotional jewelry and other goodies, and homebrewed mead!) Because people often ask me how they should start out with worshiping Odin, what offerings they should make, and what the structure of heathen ritual is, I thought it might be useful to post a beginner’s guide. This will consist of a series of three posts, the first one…

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