Ystad’s timeline

In February 2018 I finally got in contact with the author of Frimurerne I Vikingtiden. To my delight, Arvid Ystad told me work is done on...

Continuity?

The ancient North had its mysteries, like the more famous mysteries in the Middle East. Farwerck has collected many details based on which he sketches...

Website moved – update your bookmarks

I followed the complaints of WordPress.com users about the new advertisements for a couple of days. The subject is looked at, but I only see...

Added ads

WordPress.com apparently needs more income so they have started to experiment with more ads. As of now, there is this gigantic ad on top of...

Freemasonry as a structure

I do not remember exactly, but I think around the time that I got a real interest in the prechristian religion of Northwestern Europe, I...

Yule

The winter solstice was yesterday. Heathens may have already celebrated their Yule or other Midwinter feast, Freemasons may have already had their Saint John, but...

Landmarks

In a quote I made earlier, Farwerck refers to Landmarks as a point in Masonry that lacks a South-European counterpart. Now I run into a...

Freemasonry and The Goddess

A while ago I was looking around to see if there is more information available on the world wide web about Freemasonry and heathenism. I...

“of any kind”

When I created the ‘subreddit‘ I opted for the description: “A subreddit for people who are both pagan / heathen (of any kind) and Freemason...

From Ystad’s book

I was paging through Frimurerne i Vikingtiden and decided to see if I could find some of Ystad’s images to reproduce for you with Ystad’s text....