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  1. Germanic Folk Dress
  2. Wiccan Spells: How to Break a Voodoo curse
  3. Spellwork: Knot Magick (Cord Magick)
  4. The 13 Goals of a Witch
  5. Wiccan Protection Spells
  6. Magickal Bath Salts
  7. Candle Fertility Spell
  8. Proverbs of the Moon
  9. Magickal Herbs : Heather
  10. Magickal Herbs: Broom
  11. Magickal Herbs: Dill
  12. Teutonic Color Associations
  13. Magickal Herbs : Fennel
  14. Magickal Herbs: Vervain
  15. Local Region Econoculturism
  16. Magickal Herbs : Juniper
  17. Magickal Herbs: Clove
  18. Mead-Lovers FAQ
  19. Magickal Herbs: Mandrake and Rosemary
  20. English Folk Culture: The Littleback Rose Queen Festival
  21. Halloween Costumes
  22. Belgian Folklore Festivals
  23. Folk Culture and National Socialism
  24. Just Completed A Quilt!
  25. What Are Your Favorite Trees?
  26. Common Brick, Uncommon Buildings
  27. Black Annis - Leicester Legend or Widespread Myths? (Kate Westwood)
  28. Dressing the Arbor Tree (John Box)
  29. Folk and Land: The Revitalization of Our Culture
  30. Do You Create?
  31. Moin Moin! - A Northern German Greeting
  32. Abducted by the Faeries?
  33. Importance of the Oak Tree
  34. Celtic styles and associations between Celtic and Venetic motifs
  35. Medical Care, Magical Cure: Traditional Strategies for a Healthy Livestock
  36. Germanic Hairstyles
  37. Viking Knitwear
  38. Dance in the Northern Tradition
  39. European Route of Brick Gothic (Backsteingotik)
  40. The Two Merseburg Charms
  41. Swedish and Norwegian Folk Tales
  42. Healing With Honey
  43. 'Welsh Folklore, Fairy Mythology, Legends and Traditions' [Full Text] (1881)
  44. Terrence McKenna: Food of the Gods - A Radical History of Plants, Drugs and Human Evolution
  45. Bone and Antler Working
  46. The Folklore of the Wild Hunt
  47. Mighty Old Trees: Rumskullaeken, the oldest Oak in Northern Europe
  48. The Healing Power of the Oak
  49. Mysterious Britain: Mysterious Places, Legends and Folklore
  50. Wicca, the Modern Name for Traditional Witchcraft and Folk Magic
  51. Erowid: Psychoactives, Mind and Culture
  52. An Anglo-Saxon Tale: Lady Godiva
  53. Magical and Herbal Cures
  54. Liber Herbarum ("The Book of Herbs") of Master Henrik Harpestreng
  55. Demonology: Online Grimoires
  56. Orkneyjar - The Folklore of the Orkney Islands
  57. The Forest in German Consciousness
  58. Finnish Folklore
  59. Nordic Heritage Festival
  60. Bonfire Night: The Capture of Guy Fawkes
  61. Forest and Tree Symbolism in Folklore
  62. Medieval Braiding/Hairstyles
  63. Healing Stones
  64. Do You Celebrate Halloween?
  65. Sworn in Soil: Ukraine's Living Folk Traditions
  66. Traditional Germanic Wooden Houses?
  67. Harvesting and Preserving of Herbs
  68. Heathen Herb Lore
  69. Wurstfest
  70. Trees in the Germanic Tradition
  71. Norwegian Centennial Tartan
  72. Nederlands tussen Engels en Duits: a typological comparison
  73. Looking for Furniture With Runes
  74. Plasma Mythology
  75. Candlemaking Info Please?
  76. Your local folklore on New Year's Day?
  77. Saxon Architecture in Slavic Europe
  78. The Yeast of the Ancients
  79. Celtic Art - The Stylistic Problem
  80. Coins with a Wolf
  81. Jorvik Viking Centre and Festival 2006
  82. Candlemaking in Iceland
  83. Wicca and Witchcraft: A Dying Art in a Thriving Industry
  84. Europa Nostra - A Pan-European Federation for Cultural Heritage
  85. Artifacts of the Goths
  86. The Lorsch Bee Charm
  87. Sunna Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden on the 25th of March!
  88. The Story of Mann
  89. Herbalism: Healing with Medicinal Plants
  90. Creatures of the Mist: Wild Men
  91. Europe's Ancient "Magic" Plants: New Drug Sources?
  92. Wicca - Serious Faith or New Age Crap?
  93. In Pictures: Germany's Goth Festival
  94. 10,000 Teachers of Witchcraft and Wicca Needed to Supply Global Shortage
  95. The Belgian Kermiss Festival in America
  96. How many here are actual Brewers? (Mead, Beer...)
  97. The Burryman comes to town
  98. Crayfish: the messiest party of the year
  99. Anglo-Saxon Architecture
  100. Looking for pictures of German girls with braids
  101. Older European clothing - paintings, pictures, etc
  102. The Tradition of Heap Burying
  103. Healing and Norvegian Folk Medicine
  104. ONETrueSaxon Clothing may interest those of English descent
  105. Finnish Sauna: History of the Nordic Bath
  106. The Myth of the First Thanksgiving
  107. The Surprising Properties of Ancient Greek Magical Wines
  108. Rumphius' Medicinal Herbs
  109. Elizabeth Blackwell's Herbal Works
  110. German Minnesang in the Hague Song Manuscript
  111. The Sacred Plants of our Ancestors
  112. Sigurd- Festival of the Homeland.
  113. Karl Friedrich Schinkel
  114. Shetland's Culture
  115. An Exploration of the Greek Vrykolakas and His Origins
  116. Anglo-Saxon Charms
  117. Folktales and Myths of Trees
  118. Dwarfs in Myth and Fairytales
  119. Norwegian Woodcarving - the Pinnacle of Norwegian Folk Art
  120. Hair Braiding
  121. Coin Rolling
  122. Do You Wear Germanic Jewelry?
  123. Suggest Ideas for Politically Incorrect Halloween Costumes
  124. Timber Framed Houses in Germany
  125. Icelandic Architecture and Turf Buildings
  126. Old Superstitions
  127. The Christmas Tree
  128. Do You Own/Wear National Costumes?
  129. Hair of the Victorians
  130. The Flag and Coat of Arms of Your Country or Region and City
  131. May Day
  132. Germanic Magic
  133. Ólavsøka (The Olavs-Festival) in the Faroe Islands
  134. Viking Embroidery Stitches and Motifs
  135. Tree and Well Veneration
  136. Heathen Reiki?
  137. “Berry Days” Festival Celebrated in North Iceland
  138. The Wild Hunt in Pennsylvania
  139. Folklore of the Pennsylvania Germans
  140. 'Early Life of the Pennsylvania Germans' [by A. Monroe Aurand]
  141. Pennsylvania German Pow-Wow
  142. Viehscheid Celebration Marks End of Summer in the Alps
  143. Folk Sayings and Phrases
  144. Der Urglaawe ("Ancient Belief")
  145. Hurstwic: Turf Houses in the Norse Era
  146. Albion Swords: How modern copies of medieval swords are made
  147. Fastnacht: The Swabian-Alamannic Carneval
  148. Jack Tales: an old Germanic oral narrative tradition
  149. 'Scandinavian Modern' Theme Furniture
  150. Re-creating the Jorvik Panpipes
  151. England's Morris Dancers Fight Back
  152. May 17th Bay Ridge Brooklyn Norwegian Day Parade
  153. Henbane - Weed of the Berserks?
  154. Celtic vs. Northern Art
  155. Icelandic Caps – Love for the Heritage
  156. Experts Say That Folk Dancing Needs to Reach Young People if It is to Regain Its Popularity
  157. Afrikaner Folklore and Traditions
  158. Prussian Folk Dress
  159. How to make Mead?
  160. Do You Make Jack-O-Lanterns?
  161. Fairy Tales Have Ancient Origin
  162. Some Nice Steins!
  163. Something to Stir Your Imaginations...
  164. The National Socialist Style Christmas
  165. Celebrating Silvester in Germany
  166. Alpine Folk Mask
  167. German Birth Ritual - Salt on Swordpoint
  168. April Fools' Day
  169. The Easter Bunny
  170. NS-Era Bread Plate
  171. Origins of Norse Art Style
  172. Straw Weaving Art
  173. Scottish Folk Tales
  174. Where To Find The Best Mead Horns?
  175. Skeid: Horse-Fights and Cow-Fights in Norwegian Folk Tradition
  176. South African Myths & Legends
  177. Folk Dance Show on BBC4
  178. Ancient European Use of Cannabis
  179. This Is Cultural Preservation
  180. Traditional Hemp Use in Norway
  181. What kind of home made gifts do you make and give?
  182. Burning of Njáll Repeated on 1000th Anniversary
  183. Handcrafts Zunft (Guilds)
  184. Do You Enjoy Bonfires?
  185. Do You Play Schafkopf (Sheepshead) - Bavarian Game Card?
  186. Folk Dance From Your Area
  187. Making a Simple Pennannular Brooch
  188. Yarrow, A Sacred Herb of Midsummer
  189. The Blood and Soil Thread
  190. Columbus Day or Viking Day?
  191. Horn Carving Instructions
  192. Your Opinion on Teutonic Wicca and Witchdom of the True?
  193. Was the First Thanksgiving a Religious Celebration?
  194. Saxony’s Christmas Woodcarving Tradition
  195. Northern German/Dutch Folk Music?
  196. When Do You Take Your Christmas Lights Down?
  197. Scherenschnitte
  198. Five Hundred New Fairytales Discovered in Regensburg
  199. Hand Spinning Yarn
  200. Supernatural, Folktales & White People
  201. What Would Be the Best Bridal Tradition?
  202. What are Elves, Trolls and Dwarves?
  203. Supernatural Safeguarding: Hidden Objects in the Post-Medieval Home
  204. Nordic Influence on Saami Folk Belief: the "Buttercat" (Smørkatt)
  205. The Legend of the Palóc Prince of Göcsej: Images of Bridled Deer and Antlered Horses
  206. Bodypainting Festival in Southern Austria
  207. Signs, Symbols and Mortuary Rituals in 200-550/70 AD in Norway
  208. So, You Want To Try Blacksmithing?
  209. Alpine Cattle Descent Switzerland
  210. Who Is Krampus? Explaining the Horrific Christmas Devil
  211. Remnants of Seiðr: Brauche, Charms and Incantations in the German Diasporas
  212. Immortal Symbols (1941)
  213. Kulning: Ancient Swedish Calls
  214. Funeral Etiquettes in Germanic Countries and Regions
  215. Germanic Courtship Rituals
  216. Afrikaner Folklore and Traditions
  217. Arctic Fire: Artifacts From The Present
  218. American Folklore and Its Old-World Backgrounds
  219. What is a "Stein"?
  220. Christmas Is Becoming An Act Of Resistance
  221. Christkind vs Santa: How Germans and Americans Celebrate Christmas Differently
  222. Ostara: Easter’s Pagan Origins in Europe
  223. The Swiss Rääbeliechtli
  224. 8 Quirky German Customs You Might Never Have Heard Of
  225. The Wild-Women of Germany
  226. Almabtrieb In Austria: A Cow Parade In The Alps
  227. Germanic Headcoverings
  228. Nordic Knitting
  229. Folk Dress for Holidays, Church and Religious Gatherings
  230. Bunad Heritage of Norway: More than a National Costume
  231. Knitting Man from Norway Goes Viral
  232. Happy Lucia / Sant Lucy's Day (the 13th of December)
  233. The Bavarian Haberfeldtreiben : Early form of Protest and Demonstration during 18-19th century
  234. My Grand Daugther Became an Artist
  235. What Do The Animals In Stave Church Ornamentation Signify?
  236. The Myth Of The Wild German Forest
  237. A Real Flemish Fairytale: Baldwin Iron Arm And Judith