Survive the Jive on Folkish vs Universalist Worldview | The After Party

  A terrific talk with Survive the Jive centered around  European folkish view of various aspects of life: -Conceptions/ experiences of time. -Life and death. -The divine as manifest in the world, and the divine as something “outside” of ordinary human life and affairs. -Prayer, sacrifice, the ability of humans to interact with the divine or affect fate. -The realities of pain and suffering in … Continue reading Survive the Jive on Folkish vs Universalist Worldview | The After Party

Livestream: Halloween Goes All Night- The Great Order Joins!- Carolyn Emerick

Direct YouTube Link — Carolyn and I decided to continue the party from her Halloween Extravaganza Livestream into the wee hours of the morning in this second stream. 6:00: my entrance 1:11:00 my exit Themes  AMSR We trade original poems  Talk about creative energy, call of folk spirit/blood memory  Old souls  Personal glimpses Remaining open to new information and perspectives A little on astrology  Animal … Continue reading Livestream: Halloween Goes All Night- The Great Order Joins!- Carolyn Emerick

Livestream: Volklore Halloween Star-Studded Extravaganza- Carolyn Emerick

Direct YouTube Link  Carolyn Emerick hosted a livestream on Halloween night that I participated in at two different junctures. I was on at varying times with Jason of No White Guilt, Carolyn’s co-host, Chris, Gythja Dawn of Heathen Coalition, and Heidrun. Entrance 1: 2:54:12 Poetry reading contest: 3:16:00 Exit 1: 4:32:30 Themes of 1st appearance:  -Holidays being un-hallowed -Poetry reading contest -Changing demographics affecting Halloween … Continue reading Livestream: Volklore Halloween Star-Studded Extravaganza- Carolyn Emerick

Our Britannic Majesty’s Request (Poem)

Sacred, ancient Albion lend your ears to me. Let whispers of the reed stems bleed into fields around me. For language, blood, and spirit draw a bow string and I feel the pull; there something shared. Possess me of your story’s wisdom, a wrestle with love and fleeting calculation. There’s a door somewhere in your grassy web and that’s why the heart and why the … Continue reading Our Britannic Majesty’s Request (Poem)