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Nov 24, 2023

In this episode, Angela Raincatcher talks with Cat Heath about inclusive heathenry, her experiences with Frey and Freya, the Cult of the Spinning Goddess, and much more.

Click here for a transcript of the episode. Please note that this interview was transcribed by Otter.ai and has not been fully corrected. Phrases and words that I am still seeking verification on are highlighted in yellow.


You can find Cat online at:

Seo Hulrune: Elves and Witchcraft, Seidr and Grimoires

Feed the Fairies Podcast


Recommended Resources:

Elves, Witches, and Gods: Spinning Old Heathen Magic in the Modern Day by Cat Heath, Llewellyn Publishing, 2021.

The Troth: Education and Service for Inclusive Heathenry

The Cult of the Spinning Goddess

Prose Edda by Snorri Sturluson, translated by Anthony Faulkes, 1995.

Poetic Edda translated by Henry Adams Bellows, 1936.

The meanings of elf and elves in medieval England. PhD thesis by Alaric T.P. Hall, University of Glasgow, 2004