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Idunna #71 By The Troth
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Issue #71 of the Troth's journal IDUNNA features the theme of "Walpurgisnacht", the May Eve festival of the Germanic lands. Winifred Hodge Rose and Ben Waggoner present their views of the... More > holiday; there's fiction from Patty Lafayllve, songs and poems for the season, plus book and music reviews, regular columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #61 By The Troth
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Issue #61 (Fall 2004) of IDUNNA, the quarterly journal published by the Troth, featured the theme of "Wayland the Smith". Here you'll find Jordsvin writing about Weland, Raudhulf... More > Runameistari's translation of the Old Norse poel "Volundarkvidha", Rostan Fowlbeard on creative metalworking, Winifred Rose on the Anglo-Saxon charm "Against a Dwarf", Kurt Oertel on the hero Arbogast, Angela Carlson's report on the Parliament of World Religions. . . plus the usual columns, music reviews, book reviews, poetry, and more!< Less
Idunna #95 By The Troth
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Issue #95 of IDUNNA, published in Spring 2013, focuses on "Wights" -- the many beings that inhabit the land and human homes: dwarves, álfar, housewights, and so on. Winifred Hodge... More > Rose discusses landwights and human ecology, and also tells us about her housewight; Jennifer Lawrence writes about serving the landwights; Ben Waggoner presents a translation of the old tale of King Olaf Geirstad-Alf; and Birgit Knorr discusses the dwarves in J. R. R. Tolkien's Hobbit and their origins in Old Norse lore. Kveldulf Gundarsson contributes part III of his series "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", and guest author H. S. Holtson makes a strong case for linking ancient heathen religion and modern environmentalism. And you'll also find book and music reviews, poetry, herbal lore, our usual columns, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #95 By The Troth
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Issue #95 of IDUNNA, published in Spring 2013, focuses on "Wights" -- the many beings that inhabit the land and human homes: dwarves, álfar, housewights, and so on. Winifred Hodge... More > Rose discusses landwights and human ecology, and also tells us about her housewight; Jennifer Lawrence writes about serving the landwights; Ben Waggoner presents a translation of the old tale of King Olaf Geirstad-Alf; and Birgit Knorr discusses the dwarves in J. R. R. Tolkien's Hobbit and their origins in Old Norse lore. Kveldulf Gundarsson contributes part III of his series "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", and guest author H. S. Holtson makes a strong case for linking ancient heathen religion and modern environmentalism. And you'll also find book and music reviews, poetry, herbal lore, our usual columns, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #51 By The Troth
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Issue #51 (Spring 2002) of IDUNNA, the quarterly journal published by the Troth, featured the theme of "Freyja". Featured authors include Jordsvin and Patricia LaFayllve on the goddess... More > Freyja, Gangar on magic, Birgit Knorr on the Second Merseburg Charm, plus poetry and stories, recipes, book and music reviews, our usual columnists, and much more!< Less
Idunna #36 By The Troth
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The Fall 1998 issue of IDUNNA (#36) featured the theme of "Holy Earth". Here you'll find Kveldulf Gundarsson's essay "Mother Earth and her Children"; Frigga Aswolf's article on... More > the goddess Nehalennia; Diana Paxson's "Looking for the Landwights" and her ritual script for Nerthus the Germanic earth deity; Alfgeir Starkhendr on "Northern Dawn"—and an interview with Jörmundr Ingi, at the time the Allsherjargodhi of the Icelandic Asatrúarfelagidh. Plus there's poetry, recipes, columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #101 By The Troth
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Idunna #101 (Fall 2014) focused on valkyries as its theme -- the female figures in Norse mythology who are said to choose the souls of slain warriors to go to Valhöll or Valhalla. Stephan Grundy... More > leads off with an except from his book _The Cult of Ódinn_, discussing what is known of the valkyries in the ancient lore. Sara Axtell discusses the supernatural beings in the "Helgi cycle" of poems, and Ben Waggoner contributes a translation of the Old Norse poem "Hrafnsmál" and a translation of the spooky "Tale of Thidrandi and Thorhall." Seanan McGuire's incredible short story "Homecoming" and John Mainer's "Helm of Awe-some" give you plenty of fiction to enjoy, and there's poetry from Ann Gróa Sheffield, Finn McMillan, Michaela Macha, and Hilary Ayer. And we've also got our usual columns, news of Heathen happenings, book reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #101 By The Troth
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Idunna #101 (Fall 2014) focused on valkyries as its theme -- the female figures in Norse mythology who are said to choose the souls of slain warriors to go to Valhöll or Valhalla. Stephan Grundy... More > leads off with an except from his book _The Cult of Ódinn_, discussing what is known of the valkyries in the ancient lore. Sara Axtell discusses the supernatural beings in the "Helgi cycle" of poems, and Ben Waggoner contributes a translation of the Old Norse poem "Hrafnsmál" and a translation of the spooky "Tale of Thidrandi and Thorhall." Seanan McGuire's incredible short story "Homecoming" and John Mainer's "Helm of Awe-some" give you plenty of fiction to enjoy, and there's poetry from Ann Gróa Sheffield, Finn McMillan, Michaela Macha, and Hilary Ayer. And we've also got our usual columns, news of Heathen happenings, book reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #60 By The Troth
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The Summer 2004 issue (#60) of the Troth's journal IDUNNA focused on the theme of the Germanic hero. Here you'll find Jordsvin on Germanic heroes, Birgit Knorr on the hero Arminius, Kveldulf... More > Gundardsson on Odin and Odinnic heroes, Jolene Dawe on Egill Skallagrimsson, and Jana Barkley on falconry and hunting. Plus there's book reviews, music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #77 By The Troth
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The Autumn 2008 issue of IDUNNA, number 77, focuses on Finland. Featured here are Jessica McMahan's Finland travelogue and articles on folk beliefs, Ben Waggoner's translation and commentary on a... More > 9th-century Norseman's journey to the farthest north, Victoria Clare's essay on Saami drums, and Diana Paxson on children's games from Finland. And there's plenty more: columns, book and music reviews, herb lore, interviews, photos and artwork (including a splendid color cover)!< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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