While reading articles in the coven articles section I found an article called "Horsing the norse gods" I assume based on the article it means becoming a vesil for the gods. For curiosity's sake I was wondering if this was possible. And if it is dose anyone know how to safely go about doing this this. I would mostly like to know for future refrense.
Re: "Horsing Norse gods"?
By: Personified Moderator / Knowledgeable Oct 15, 2013
Post # 2
Horsing is a borrowed term that essentially means channeling. And yes, channeling deities and wights is a plausible thing. Within Northern Tradition Shamanism, channeling can sometimes be seen as a way to communicate with specific deities, to give them an offering, and to form a kind of bond with them.
How to safely go about doing it can be a kind of indepth question, at least for the Northern pantheon. There are several different deities, and each deity tends to be horsed in a different way. Not to mention that you cannot *make* a channeling happen.
I would suggest you read these three articles by Fairywolf that talk about Horsing, how it's done, why it's done, etc.