I’m still here, although I’ve been busy with spring cleaning, the annual turning of the garden bed, writing an article on river goddesses for the Henge of Keltria newsletter and more. I plan on celebrating Mean Erraigh this weekend with a seed-planting ritual.

In the meantime, though, I’ll share one of my favorite songs by one of my favorite artists. Gjallarhorn’s music is based on ancient Scandinavian and Finnish songs and traditions. Here, they’re invoking the Finnish goddess of spring, Suvetar, with a song of the same name.

Watch the video; it’s one of the most Pagan (and well-done) out there. And I’d definitely recommend picking up the CD with “Suvetar” on it, “Sjofn.” Granted, it looks like you might have to download it, since it’s 12 years old and only available used in physical CD format.


About whitecatgrove

The musings of a Druid priestess, singer, poet and musician in Upstate New York.
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