Urglaawe

Deitsch -- Pennsylvania German -- Heathenry

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Kell Chamberlin Taylor posted a status
Sep 3
Kell Chamberlin Taylor posted a status
"Great resource! This issue mentions "Krampus man"/Belsnickel customs: http://www.hermanndeutschheimverein.org/Maibaum/V5No3-Fall1997.pdf"
Sep 3
Kell Chamberlin Taylor posted a status
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Kell Chamberlin Taylor posted a status
"Deitschheim: German settlement in MO - http://visithermann.com/about-hermann/history-heritage/"
Sep 2
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Outer Deitscherei?

Hello from Delta, all!  Well, I haven't yet been here a month and I'm already finding a lot of new (at least to me!) history of Deitsch presence and settlements. I was not aware of how extensive and early the settlements were out here, with some being brought directly from the Palatinate prior under the French government to establish agriculture in the region in the mid-1700s, and then the later groups in the 1800s who created the "Missouri Rhineland" viticulture region.  I can't wait to go…See More
Sep 2
Kell Chamberlin Taylor posted a status
"Starting to get settled here in East Arkansas! I missed the elderberry harvest due to extremely hot temps, alas!"
Aug 28
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Rob posted a status
"Deitsch History at Frick's Lock! http://www.deitscherei.com/2017/08/fricks-lock.html"
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Outer Deitscherei?

Hello from Delta, all!  Well, I haven't yet been here a month and I'm already finding a lot of new (at least to me!) history of Deitsch presence and settlements. I was not aware of how extensive and…Continue

Started by Kell Chamberlin Taylor Sep 2.

Der Butzemann un der Kannsege 3 Replies

Kannsege - Ceremony of the CornThrough Braucherei we know that plants have spirits that are different from those of humans, but they are still spirits engaged in the birth, life, death, decay,…Continue

Tags: Deitsch, Pennsylvania, Dutch, German, Braucherei

Started by Rob. Last reply by Rob Jan 30, 2013.

Blogs and other stuff 1 Reply

There is a good Urglaawe resource list on Distelfink Sippschaft's site:http://site.distelfink.org/Resources.htmlWe've been actively increasing…Continue

Tags: braucherei, blanzeheilkunscht, urglaawe

Started by Rob. Last reply by Merili Jan 24, 2013.

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