Magic practitioners are of both sexes and are given the variety of titles, but the constant prevalence of magic never subsides.
Questions asked when you have not got a clue about the Old Norse Religion
Do the Northern gods/goddesses talk to mortals?
Gullveig is also Freyja is a age old argument that still persists on Asatru forums mainly perpetuated by the lesser read.
The High Chair, Platform Magic and the concept of elevation magic
Perhaps the most inaccessible magical phenomenon in West Nordic history, namely seiδr
Hel runes gifted from Hela herself: A modern day UPG
Ergi has nothing to do with being gay or a homosexual. This is a gross misunderstanding by those who do not know the context in which those words applied.
Several rune tradition lines existed historically, each unique in their own merit and by no means standardised as we understand standards today.
The High Chair during seiðr: A modern day misdirection
Psychic Self Defence: Before you choose to insult others with verbal diarrhoea or magically attack them, first know thy enemy well
The usage of menstrual blood for colouring/reddening/empowering runes is a common practice amongst Neo Pagans today but is grossly incorrect and not in keeping with tradition.
Oracular arts on a so called “High Chair” is definitely not historical seiðr
The Þurisaz rune is not the god Thor rune
There seems to be a great deal of confusing ideas today concerning the ever growing trend on the internet and other mind, body and spirit bookstore outlets not to differentiate between academic rune scholars and those who call themselves “rune experts”.
Archeologists brought to light over 550 objects with runic inscriptions, dating to 1150-1350. The most of them are on wooden sticks with flattened sides.
The study of historical fuÞark runes is a study of wisdom poetry and the religious mysteries associated with them, not merely a study of an ancient "alphabet" as academics would see it.