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2012 Troth Almanac By The Troth
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The 2012 Old Heathen's Almanac is packed with helpful hints, facts, and tips for every Heathen householder. Check out our collection of recipes, gardening and household tips, facts about Heathen... More > holidays and months, a handy calendar, and much more!< Less
2012 Troth Almanac By The Troth
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The 2012 Old Heathen's Almanac is packed with helpful hints, facts, and tips for every Heathen householder. Check out our collection of recipes, gardening and household tips, facts about Heathen... More > holidays and months, a handy calendar, and much more!< Less
Idunna #69 By The Troth
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Issue #69 of the Troth's quarterly journal IDUNNA, with a focus on "Law". Featuring Ben Waggoner on law, Birgit Knorr on the Saxons, Ulf Asgardson on the runes, Winifred Hodge Rose on... More > heathen soul-lore. . . plus book and music reviews, artwork, poetry, columns, news, and much more!< Less
Idunna #63 By The Troth
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Issue #63 of IDUNNA, the Troth's quarterly journal, featured the theme of "Poetry" and showcased the work of many different poets working in a variety of forms and themes, as well as an... More > article on the god Bragi written by Jordsvin, and the usual book and music reviews, columns, and more.< Less
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 #65 By The Troth
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Issue #65 of IDUNNA, the quarterly journal published by the Troth, featured the theme of "Magic". In this issue we feature Birgit Knorr writing on German household magic, Jordsvin on seith... More > and spae, Konstanze Hesse on help-runes, Ben Waggoner on letter divination, Jordsvin again on the Havamal, and Lorrie Wood on the nidhstong. And as always, there are book and music reviews, regular columns, poetry, news, and more!< Less
Idunna #85 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #85 (Autumn 2010) pays tribute to the land of Sweden. NaTasha Bertrand writes about her journey to Sweden and the many sites of heathen historical and religious interest there. Jay Stratton... More > talks about his own family's Swedish roots, and Ben Waggoner presents his translation of part of "The Tale of Gunnar Half-and-Half." Winifred Hodge Rose's sixth article on Germanic soul-lore, "Aldr and Orlay", is also featured. Plus there are recipes, news, poetry, all the usual columns, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #6 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #6 (Vol. 2, no. 2; October 1989) features James Chisholm on "Working with the Wights and the Forces of the Lay of Alvís", Edred Thorsson on Yule customs, Kveldulf Gundarsson... More > on berserkergang ("going berserk"), Dianne Luark Ross on "The Birch Goddess", and Tomas MacCrossan on "The Origin of Humankind." Plus there's plenty of poetry, artwork, letters to the editor, and more!< Less
Idunna #106 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #106 (Winter 2015) is centered around the rune Gebo, whose name means "Gift"—and around the concepts of gifts, giving, and exchange so basic to Germanic cultures. Alvilldr in... More > Fagra reviews gifting practices in Germanic culture; John T. Mainer contributes an essay on giving in his own life; and Ben Waggoner translates two Old Norse stories with gifts at their centers. We report on the Troth's participation at the Parliament of World Religions, and befitting the winter season, Jay Stratton writes about Yule customs in Sweden. There's plenty of poetry from Vicky Bowden, Jennifer Lawrence, Laurel Mendes, Diana Paxson, and Michaela Macha. And as always, there are book and TV reviews, recipes, news, all our usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #106 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #106 (Winter 2015) is centered around the rune Gebo, whose name means "Gift"—and around the concepts of gifts, giving, and exchange so basic to Germanic cultures. Alvilldr in... More > Fagra reviews gifting practices in Germanic culture; John T. Mainer contributes an essay on giving in his own life; and Ben Waggoner translates two Old Norse stories with gifts at their centers. We report on the Troth's participation at the Parliament of World Religions, and befitting the winter season, Jay Stratton writes about Yule customs in Sweden. There's plenty of poetry from Vicky Bowden, Jennifer Lawrence, Laurel Mendes, Diana Paxson, and Michaela Macha. And as always, there are book and TV reviews, recipes, news, all our usual columns, and more!< Less