Germanic Folk Religious Adoration of Blood

Written by Dyami Millarson The early Germanic peoples were fascinated with blood. When studying Germanic folk religion, the centrality of blood as a topic and symbol has been often overlooked or deliberately ignored due to modern negative conceptions – as well as fear – of blood. In the ancient Germanic world, blood was highly respected.Continue reading “Germanic Folk Religious Adoration of Blood”

Moral Engineering: Does Germanic Folk Religion Assume Man Can and Must Be Changed?

Written by Dyami Millarson Can man be socially engineered according to Germanic religion? Is the goal of Germanic religion to change man? To answer this question, we need to understand the moral ambiguity that pervades Germanic folk religion. Although there is a moral code (code of honour) inherent in Germanic folk religion as it isContinue reading “Moral Engineering: Does Germanic Folk Religion Assume Man Can and Must Be Changed?”