In Norse culture, the concept of luck, or Hamingja, had nothing to do with our modern understanding of it, as a product of coincidence or chance. We inherited Hamingja from our ancestors, and we could grow or strenghten our Hamingja by performing honourable acts or good deeds. The beauty of seeing luck and honour this way, is that it makes us responsible for our own fate and the fate of our descendants.
"Cattle die, and kinsmen die, and so one dies one's self; one thing I now that never dies, the fame of a dead man's deeds."
Our pagan ancestors divided the universe into nine worlds. In this video I talk a little about how to better understand these worlds, from our modern point of view, in order to get closer to the meaning and interpretation our ancestors had.
Lately I've seen a lot of misinformation and negative propaganda about what Germanic Paganism really is about. As a few others, I also think that is important to speak up, to at least show to those that are in the path of reconecting with their roots, that this propaganda may not be true. This video is sort of a VR (Video Response) to a video made by Odelsarven about the same topic: Pagan polygamy? you can watch his video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzcWPAC-iDQ
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