Freya: Warrior Love Goddess

For today’s post I would like to take a look at the Love Goddess of the Norse Pantheon.    Freya was a goddess of both love and war.    She was in this way associated with both life and death, and even had a hall of warrior’s souls (just like Odin did), and she got…

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My Top 5 Comedy Horror Films

For today’s post I want to take a look at some of my favorite comedy horror films.    These films are cross-overs between the two genres.    Some are outright comedic spoofs of horror tropes, and others are horror films with comedy elements!    As a lover of both horror and comedy, these films appeal…

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Common Accusations of Witchcraft

For today’s blog post I would like to take a look at some of the causes of witchcraft accusations in history.   There are many reasons that women (and some men) have been accused of witchcraft throughout the centuries.     In the common era witchcraft is understood to be a part of nature based religious…

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James I: Witch-Hunter King

James VI of Scotland became James I of England in 1603, after the childless death of Elizabeth I.    He is most often remembered for being the first Stuart king of England, and the first monarch to rule a united England and Scotland.     Another important fact about James I is that he was…

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