The Mythology of Wolves
An overview of some key mythological and esoteric traditions about wolves from around the world. How have we come to understand this mysterious, elusive beast – sometimes demonised as a fearsome predator and sometimes romanticised as the very spirit of the wild itself? This talk will consider Norse, Celtic, Greek and Roman views of the wolf and how they have shaped the ways we think about these beautiful creatures today. Robin Herne’s latest book, “The Magic of Wolves” from Moon Books, explores a wide range of lupine folklore and mythological traditions from the ancient world through to modern cinematic and literary understandings.
Robin Herne is the author of a number of books on pagan and esoteric subjects, including “Pantheon – the Egyptians” (published by Moon Books) which explores the realm of Kemetic mythology. He lives in East Anglia and regularly lectures on a wide variety of topics both academic and spiritual. He enjoys painting, poetry, baking, history, and is owned by a malamute.
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