Author Archives: Ozark GaelicSeoc

About Ozark GaelicSeoc

An American happily married male, born in Missouri but currently living in Arkansas, native to the Ozark plateau, practicing a Gael-Teutonic (Indo-European) religion based upon studying reality through the eyes of Nature and Spirit. In this, my philosophy is similar to the American Indian, before they had any European contact. Life is a wonderful journey filled with mysteries. Though I haven't got all these things figured out, it sure is fun going through the process of discovery and adventure! Welcome to my blog pages!

This Year’s Harvest Moon

According to Earth Sky News, tonight in North America, there will be a full moon, but this full moon will be the one closest to the Fall Equinox, therefore, it is what is called the Harvest Moon. “Bottom line: Each … Continue reading

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A Little Bit About Wednesday

Happy Wodan‘s Day (Wednesday)! This day was first called “Wodnesdaeg” in the Old English.  It means, “the day of Woden.”  By the time Middle English began to be spoken (right around the Norman invasion of England in the eleventh century) … Continue reading

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The Nine Noble Virtues

Happy Sunna’s Day (Sunday) The Nine Noble Virtues are: 1: Courage—By facing life’s struggles with courage, we constantly extend our capabilities.  Without courage, nothing else can be done. 2: Truth—Blind faith has no place in Asatru. No pie-in-the-sky; we must … Continue reading

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Anglisch Asatru as an Ethnic Religion

Several people within the faith have fought over this idea about “ethnicity” and where to draw the line concerning ours being an “ethnic” religion and that of just blatant racism.  Here is where I draw the line.  I, personally, will … Continue reading

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