Urglaawe

Deitsch -- Pennsylvania German -- Heathenry

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Patricia Niedrich commented on Patricia Niedrich's status
"..and I am happy that this movement has grown so widely. This is the correct time in the cycles of time that we are reborn and find each other again. Welcome home everyone!! xxoo!"
Nov 9
Patricia Niedrich commented on Patricia Niedrich's status
"I am so happy that the ancestral stream spit us out at the same time, lol!"
Nov 9
Patricia Niedrich posted a status
"Yes, we did celebrate this past event And here is where we have spread to. From little acorns grow mighty things!"
Nov 9
Rob posted a status
"This week we celebrate the 10th anniversary of "Urglaawe" as the modern interpretation of very old things via the lens of Deitsch culture."
Nov 9
Rob posted a status
"HALLICHES ALLELIEWEZIEL!"
Oct 31
Rob commented on Kell Chamberlin Taylor's blog post Ebbo Spiritual Supply - Memphis
"Next time I am in that area, I'll check it out!"
Oct 31
Sara Rogers is now a member of Urglaawe
Oct 29
Kell Chamberlin Taylor posted a blog post

Ebbo Spiritual Supply - Memphis

 I had forgotten how great this place really is!!! If you're passing through Memphis, or live in the Mid-South region, check out Ebbo Spiritual Supply - they have an awesome selection of American folk magic books (seriously one of the best I've seen nationwide!), tools and supplies in addition to their ACR focus.  And great people!  I'm going to see if we can get some Urglaawe books in stock:…See More
Oct 15
 
 
 

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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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