In our earlier article, we laid out the foundational aspects of the Barbarian cosmology, defining the fundamental nature of existence. Building upon that foundation, this guide explores the alchemical manipulation of its essential elements: Calas, Gwyar, and Nwyfre. This guide to Barbarian Alchemy is designed for both beginners and seasoned practitioners. We present a methodical approach to achieving change through the stages of balance, deconstruction, reconstruction, and transformation.
In the boundless abyss of eternity there was the Awen. Seeking to know other and make itself known the Awen gave birth to three fundamental elements. First to emerge was Gwyar, representing the principles of motion and change. Gwyar is the cosmic flow, the rhythm of life and transformation, giving rise to a ceaseless dance of creation.
The mythologies of Humanism rose to prominence as the bedrock of liberal society after the death of God in European Christian society. Boldly, Liberal society charged forward, promising a new age of enlightenment under the doctrine of reason, compassion, human agency, and Scientific Materialism. In taking on this Scientific Materialist perspective, all had assumed that rule of myth was gone, and the fate of man rested in the hands of “the people” guided by the infallibility of objective truths.
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Capitalism has become all pervasive in our material lives, there is no escape. Everywhere we go, our psyches are under the constant assault by the sigils of dead and decaying capital. Even when we travel far into “the wilderness” (managed by the laws of Capitalist efficiency of course) we find ourselves breathing polluted air and swimming in waters contaminated by plastic.
Beltane was the summer festival of the Celtic people in celebration of the returning fertility of the Earth. Many of the festivals and rituals revolved around blessing and protecting livestock or crops. The Aos sí were thought to be particularly active at this time and people would often leave offering for them. Extensive historical records have been found for the celebration of Beltane in both Ireland and Scotland.
The Conservative reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic has seemed bizarre to many Liberals and those on the political Left. However, I would argue that the phenomenon is fairly easy to understand if we analyze the situation from the perspective of identity and whiteness. From this analysis, we can make a solid case for the abolition […]
The term Barbarian is derived from the Greek word “barbaros” which was used to describe anyone that didn’t speak Greek. Over time this word would become an insult in Greek and Roman society to designated someone that was lesser or other.
Years: 82 BC – 46 BC Characteristics: Leadership, Charisma, Stealth, Liberty Location: Gaul Ogham Correlations: Tinne (Holly), Onn (Gorse), Luis (Rowan), Fearn (Alder) Symbols: Swords, Shield, Torc, Horse Other names: Great Warrior King, King of Great Warriors, King of Gaul Early Life Vercingetorix was born the son of Celtillus the Arvernian, a Gallic tribal leader. […]
We are proud to announce the Barbarian Ancestor Worship Series. This series delves deep into the history of significant figures across indigenous European traditions, spotlighting those who fiercely defended their people. Notable individuals include the Celtic Vercingetorix, who led a unified resistance against the Roman Empire; Boudicca, the queen who rebelled against Roman occupation in Britain; and the Germanic Arminius, known for his strategic defeat of three Roman legions in the Teutoburg Forest.