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Well, sources for Scandinavia during that period are generally scarce, so it is hard to say for sure. Most of Denmark, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, as well as the other colonies in the northern Atlantic, were at that point rather firmly Christian. There are a few practicers of pagan worship from later centuries, including the late 15th century churchthief ...


What are the meanings for these symbols? They are simply modern punk prints for selling purposes! For myself, they seem to be a Gothic Style Print, but they are listed as Punk Style Moon Print. Thus they represent simply the different phases of the moon! Nothing more, nothing less.


There are no Pagan origins of Christmas. Very simple. There are ancient European Pagan festivals that were celebrated at mid Winter, such as Yule among the Germanic folk, Saturnalia and Sol Invictus among the Romans. The Romans halted normal business at Saturnalia and turned to feasting, singing, merriment and gift giving. (Sound familiar?) Yule seems to ...

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