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Heil og sæl! I am a young man from the land of the midnight sun. I've been fascinated with all things esoteric since I was a child, having read some Norwegian folk-magic, Norse paganism, Thelema, aswell as stuff from a few left-hand path oriented beliefs.

I enjoy reading, making wine, meditation, music(who doesn't?) and dark ale.

I hope to gain more knowlege about Magick and perhaps get to know other like-minded people.


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Hi Thurz

I quite like dark ale too. Never attempted to make wine, though I may have a go at making beer sometime.
I grew up with a lot of Norse mythology and very much enjoy it.
Welcome to this web strangeness.

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 Anonymous
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Thurz, welcome! I'm from another the-land of the midnight sun, Finland, so I guess we're neighbors. I must admit in shame that I haven't yet studied the myths of Scandinavia excepting Kalevala of Finland, but it's on my todo list.


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 Anonymous
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Thank you all!

Anpi, there is no shame in such, when there are so many other interesting things to learn!


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"Thurz" wrote:
Heil og sæl! I am a young man from the land of the midnight sun. I've been fascinated with all things esoteric since I was a child, having read some Norwegian folk-magic, Norse paganism, Thelema, aswell as stuff from a few left-hand path oriented beliefs.

I enjoy reading, making wine, meditation, music(who doesn't?) and dark ale.

I hope to gain more knowlege about Magick and perhaps get to know other like-minded people.

Hi im into Norse paganism as well in partcular the alfs, im thinking of adopting heathenism as my official religon. By the way does your nickname have anything to do with the rune Thurisaz?


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 Anonymous
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Welcome Thurz! Im from another land of the Midnigt Sun, Sweden 🙂

Svartheim, Thurs (or Thurz) is a shortened version of the Thurisarz rune. So you are right indeed.

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Btw, here is a good page about runes, in English:
http://www.multiart.nu/grimner/english/index.htm l"> http://www.multiart.nu/grimner/english/index.html

(You can also read how to make your own Rune Stones like the ones you find located all around Scandinavia & Sweden)

Enjoy!


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 Anonymous
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93
Met a really nice guy at NOTOCON this summer who was from the Oasis in Norway.
Check them out!
93s


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 Anonymous
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"Svartheim" wrote:
"Thurz" wrote:
Heil og sæl! I am a young man from the land of the midnight sun. I've been fascinated with all things esoteric since I was a child, having read some Norwegian folk-magic, Norse paganism, Thelema, aswell as stuff from a few left-hand path oriented beliefs.

I enjoy reading, making wine, meditation, music(who doesn't?) and dark ale.

I hope to gain more knowlege about Magick and perhaps get to know other like-minded people.

Hi im into Norse paganism as well in partcular the alfs, im thinking of adopting heathenism as my official religon. By the way does your nickname have anything to do with the rune Thurisaz?

I have some involvement with it myself and have attended blot rituals, aswell as the making of runestones. And yes, it's short for Thurisaz.


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