There are many things going on around the world that effect us all individually and as a whole. I try to find and collect these, and those that I am able to legally, I will bring here. If I cannot re-post them, I will post links.

This Is My Truth!

What an amazing thought. Group of thoughts. Poem. The author and the girl reciting this are unknown. Did a lot of searching and couldn’t find any information, just the video posted in several places. Decided it needed to be here also. Enjoy and take heed of the hope wisdom.

I post this in hopes that I am not breaking any copyright laws or such but I thought this needs to be shared everywhere. I looked everywhere and could not find anyone claiming rights to this video

Northern Ireland Approves First Pagan Priest in Modern Times

GLENGORMLEY, NORTHERN IRELAND — It took a combination of patience, paperwork, and publicity, but Patrick Carberry has been approved by the Northern Ireland government as a Pagan priest. His is the first person to be so designated in this country and, by some reports, the first “since the time of Saint Patrick.” Carberry is the sovereign of the Order of the Golden River, which he founded in 2009. Now he will be able to perform weddings and otherwise function as a member of the clergy for that group.


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Bryn Celli Ddu: Ancient Stone Circle and Passage Tomb Was for the Living and the Dead

Stonehenge is arguably one of the most iconic prehistoric monuments in the UK. Nevertheless, this ancient structure is just one of many henges found across the country. The fame gained by Stonehenge has eclipsed many of the other stone circles found in the UK, sites largely unknown to most people. Nevertheless, these lesser known structures are interesting and impressive in their own right, and deserve attention. Bryn Celli Ddu, on the island of Anglesy in Wales, is one such ancient monument that was not only a stone circle, but also functioned as a ‘passage tomb’. It was a place to pay respects to, and protect the remains of ancestors.

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Bryn Celli Ddu: Ancient Stone Circle and Passage Tomb Was for the Living and the Dead

Inside Iceland’s pagan revival – As Iceland begins construction of its first pagan temple in over 1,000 years, we speak to the high priest of the country’s fastest growing spiritual movement

That Icelanders wear their spirituality proudly on their sleeves is nothing new. The country’s vigorous creative scene has for decades produced music that seems permeated with an almost palpable connection to its mystical volcanic landscapes. So perhaps it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the fastest-growing spiritual community in Iceland is the neo-pagan association of Ásatrú, a polytheistic religion committed to honouring not only ancient Icelandic faith and culture, but also the country’s natural heritage. This month the movement’s rapid expansion is being manifested in a truly epic way, as the Ásatrú Association begins building a new temple for worshipping the Old Norse gods – the first of its kind to be raised on Icelandic soil since Christianity replaced paganism over 1,000 years ago.

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A service delivered by Hilmar Örn Hilmarsson Golli on Öskjuhlíð


Iceland to build first temple to Norse gods since Viking age

I don’t know about you, but I want to go when it’s finished. How fabulous is this!

Ásatrúarfélag to build the New Temple
High priest of the Asatru Association, Hilmarsson and fellow members of the Asatru Association attend a ceremony at the Pingvellir National Park near Reykjavik


Ásatrúarfélag to build the New Temple