Monthly Archives: April 2015

Seeing Öndia

By Jack Wolf In my mind’s eye I saw her: A tall, strongly built yet feminine figure standing upon a low mound surrounded by trees. She wore no skirt but rather brown, possibly soft leather trousers that clung to her … Continue reading

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Walkers of the Road Less Traveled: ‘Shamans’, Witches and other kinds of seekers as seen by the Thornish Tradition

By Jack Wolf Over the past year especially, I have had a number of questions asked of me by the curious, which since they are repeated quite a bit, indicate to me that I need to answer them in some … Continue reading

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Grandmother Mugwort

By Jack Wolf Björn stood silent for a moment before his candle-lit Harrow in the otherwise dimly illuminated room. Before him, on the darkened wood of the Harrow’s surface, lay several implements: in the center on a stand, resplendent in … Continue reading

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Dollars and Sense

By Jack Wolf Recently I was asked by a young seeker the following question: “How much does it cost to become Thornish?” At first I was rather surprised by my own reaction to the question. I was immediately quite uncomfortable … Continue reading

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Frith and the Thornish Hall

By Jack Wolf In a tribal hall there should be Frith. Frith is an old word which has many layers of meaning depending on the individual who may be pondering it. It is much like honor in that way; subtle … Continue reading

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