Here are some things that I’ve recently enjoyed:
And now to spend another sleepless night working on research. Huzzah!
Let’s start something that will both amuse me and help me stay organised.
How many tabs do I have open?
- “Animals in Saxon and Scandinavian England” — probably open since it was posted in early August and still unread.
- “Burying the Carnival” in The Golden Bough. Fascinating stuff.
- “From Fairytale to Goddess: Frau Holle and the Scholars That Try to Reveal Her Origins” by Catherine Heath.
- “Walburgisnacht by Any Other Name” — there for some references that I need to remember.
- “Berchta – the White Lady” — also reference material for something later.
- The February 2012 archive for Die Braucherei. This is mostly for the White-Haired Woman article, though.
- The Brotherhood of Woden. Hilariously bad and incorrect and causes random music to play in the background if the tab reloads, which just recently freaked me out when I hadn’t been near the computer for half an hour.
- “Revenant” on Wikipedia. This is mostly for the links at the bottom of the page, which proved surprisingly useful.
- “Waking the Dead in Icelandic Folk Legends“.
- The library page for the Temple of Our Heathen Gods.
- “German legendary creatures” on Wikipedia.
- “The Discoverie of Witchcraft” on Wikipedia. I wish that more books these days had titles like its full one.
- “English legendary characters” on Wikipedia.
- The table of contents for Joseph Jacobs’ books.
- “Di sma undar jordi” on Wikipedia. I had never heard of this before and I have enjoyed it immensely, despite how little information is available, even when translated from the Swedish page.
Only fifteen today! Much better than yesterday.