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Taking into account that the word Witch is of Germanic Origin (Anglo Saxon), this forum seeks to explore the very world of those who first called themselves witches, drawing upon an entire body of lor
traditional, germanic, witchcraft, taking, into, account, that, word, origin, (anglo, saxon), this, forum, seeks, explore, very, world, those, first, call
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Not only did Saxons settle in Britain, some established themselves in Gaul by the mid-fifth century. The roman defences had long since vanished by this time allowing Saxons to settle in the Bessin (around Bayeux), giving their name to an area called the
LOL! Mitt Romney is off to a spectacularly bad start in London, at least according to the British press ridiculing the Republican candidate on his first major foreign trip. British officials — and the newspapers that cover them — took offense to
Most all of the ancient nations hinged their beliefs about blood on their religious dogmas as well as the origins of religion. blood being known as the pure life essence/force because its carried powers, energy, influences and symbolization in their life.
This Anglo-Saxon girl was buried wearing a gold cross. Was she a Christian, or did she just find the cross just pretty? http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2115526/Anglo-Saxon-grave-reveals-16-year-old-girl-laid-rest-gold-cross.html