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Idunna #83 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #83 (Spring 2010) is dedicated to the god Thor. Gail DeCamp and Victoria Clare write on their experiences and understandings of this god. Doug Freyburger writes about Thor's goats and his... More > servants in the old mythology, while Ben Waggoner contributes translations from an old Norse tale and more recent Icelandic folklore. There's also plenty of poetry in Thor's honor -- plus artwork, the usual columns, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #91 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #91 (Spring 2012) focused on the old German holiday of Walpurgisnacht, the night before May 1, and its associated myths and traditions. We feature Leticia Andreas's "Witches, Saxons, and... More > Odin", a journal of her travels through the Harz Mountains, together with some seasonally appropriate poems and songs by Diana Paxson. Ben Waggoner provides the second installment of his translation of "The Tale of Sörli." (Part 1 appeared in IDUNNA #87, also available through Lulu!) Dan Campbell contributes an essay on the myth of binding Fenrir the wolf. And there are the usual range of announcements and news from the heathen community, all the usual columns, herb lore, our children's "Kinder Corner", book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #91 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #91 (Spring 2012) focused on the old German holiday of Walpurgisnacht, the night before May 1, and its associated myths and traditions. We feature Leticia Andreas's "Witches, Saxons, and... More > Odin", a journal of her travels through the Harz Mountains, together with some seasonally appropriate poems and songs by Diana Paxson. Ben Waggoner provides the second installment of his translation of "The Tale of Sörli." (Part 1 appeared in IDUNNA #87, also available through Lulu!) Dan Campbell contributes an essay on the myth of binding Fenrir the wolf. And there are the usual range of announcements and news from the heathen community, all the usual columns, herb lore, our children's "Kinder Corner", book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #11 By The Troth
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Another classic issue from way back in our history: IDUNNA #11 (Vol. 3, Issue 2) from August 1991 (which we previously misnumbered as IDUNNA #10). Here's Edred Thorsson on "The Way of the... More > Wanes" [Vanir]; William Bainbridge's account of an early version of Hrafnar's seidhr rite; Thorolf Ulfsson on Northern fighting techniques; Kveldulfr Gundarsson on "Soul and Afterlife"; James Chisholm on "Art in the Hearth"; and Dianne Luark Ross on "The Dises". Plus there's plenty of poetry and correspondence by Swain Wodening.< Less
Idunna #89 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #89 (Autumn 2011) focuses on the Old Norse goddess Sif, wife of the god Thor. Diana Paxson contributes a modern poetic retelling of the myth of Sif and the theft of her hair by Loki; Laurel... More > Mendes writes about Sif, grain, and baking; Ben Waggoner translates some Icelandic folklore of the rowan tree; and several contributors present songs in Sif's honor. Dan Campbell contributes his essay on Loki, "The Bound God"; John T. Mainer writes on "Hierarchy", and Karen Carlson reviews a new translation of the Nibelungenlied. And we have all the usual columns, news from near and far, the children's corner, book and music reviews, and much more!< Less
Idunna #89 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #89 (Autumn 2011) focuses on the Old Norse goddess Sif, wife of the god Thor. Diana Paxson contributes a modern poetic retelling of the myth of Sif and the theft of her hair by Loki; Laurel... More > Mendes writes about Sif, grain, and baking; Ben Waggoner translates some Icelandic folklore of the rowan tree; and several contributors present songs in Sif's honor. Dan Campbell contributes his essay on Loki, "The Bound God"; John T. Mainer writes on "Hierarchy", and Karen Carlson reviews a new translation of the Nibelungenlied. And we have all the usual columns, news from near and far, the children's corner, book and music reviews, and much more!< Less
Idunna #10 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #10 (vol. 3, no. 1) was published back in December 1990. This issue features Edred Thorsson's "The Way of the Wanes", an essay on ancient worship of the Vanir deities and its links... More > to modern witchcraft; Gamlinginn's account of his visit to Thingvellir in Iceland; Duane Abbey's essay on problems and glitches in brewing mead; James Chisholm on "Women in Teutonic Religion" and "Wedlock"; poetry from G. E. Martt; and news and announcements from the Heathen community of the time.< Less
Idunna #10 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #10 (vol. 3, no. 1) was published back in December 1990. This issue features Edred Thorsson's "The Way of the Wanes", an essay on ancient worship of the Vanir deities and its links... More > to modern witchcraft; Gamlinginn's account of his visit to Thingvellir in Iceland; Duane Abbey's essay on problems and glitches in brewing mead; James Chisholm on "Women in Teutonic Religion" and "Wedlock"; poetry from G. E. Martt; and news and announcements from the Heathen community of the time.< Less
Idunna #81 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #81 (Autumn 2009) is dedicated to the god Odin. Diana Paxson discusses Odin's nature as revealed through the many names he has in Old Norse poetry; Lorrie Wood writes about the surprising... More > connections between Norse cosmology and the Internet; and Bari Mandelbaum and Doug Freyburger describe how they came to know Odin. Ben Waggoner presents his translation of the Old Norse "Tale of Styrbjorn". Fittingly, there's plenty of fine poetry, plus the usual columns, book and music reviews, artwork, and more!< Less
Idunna #2 By The Troth
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The second-ever issue of IDUNNA (vol. 1, no. 2), from back in 1988, features Edred Thorsson on "The Lore of the Troth" and "The Way of the Troth", Alice Loptwyn's provocative... More > article on Loki, James Chisholm on "Germanic Art and Mediterranean Culture", and a rite to honor Thor. Take a look at the early days of what would grow into one of the oldest and largest Heathen organizations in America!< Less