Islands Were Sacred in Germanic Folk Religion

Written by Dyami Millarson The names Helgoland, Halligen and Fositeland are linguistic reminders that islands were considered sacred by the polytheistic Germanic-speaking ancestors. It is not hard to imagine why islands were considered sacred. Islands feel separated from the rest of the world. One can find the spiritual peace of nature on islands. The isolationContinue reading “Islands Were Sacred in Germanic Folk Religion”