The House on Hens Legs is a small diversion maintained by me, Jory Dayne, an erulian and noita, currently based in the Bay Area. I am available for work including readings, ristings, or more complex sigil & ritual work. Culturally, my work is rooted in the traditions of the people of the Northern and Baltic Seas. All pronouns are acceptable, each inaccurate as the next. My work, as it pertains to this site, can be found at Ainoiseni.

I take great pains to credit and point to content owners and creators: however, should at any point anything of yours appear here and you'd rather it not, drop a line and I’ll sort it out immediately.

The name of this site comes from the tale of the great Baba Yaga — a personal hero. She was said to live in a house on hens legs: sometimes it faced the mountain, sometimes it faced the road, and sometimes it walked solemnly about. This site is something similar: a sprawling library, a sign post pointing every which way, existing nowhere but always at hand.