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Idunna #93 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #93 (Autumn 2012) focused on the theme of "The Isles"; specifically, the North Atlantic islands where the Vikings once settled and stayed. Ben Waggoner contributes an illustrated... More > travelogue of ancient sites in Shetland, while Lorrie Wood gives step-by-step instructions for knitting an authentic Faroese shawl. Kveldulf Gundarsson contributes part I of his study of Loki and his role in Northern religion ancient and modern, and Todd Chambers discusses Heathenry as practiced by modern groups in Denmark. As if that weren't enough, we have all the usual columns, news, herbs, recipes, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #109 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #109 (Autumn 2016) focused on death for its theme. Diana L. Paxson contributed several articles: "The Heathen Way of Death", 'Home and Hospice", and "A Heathen Memorial... More > Service." Rory Bowman writes solid practical advice about how to plan for the inevitable; John T. Mainer contributes a fierce, angry, moving memoir of his own father's final illness and death. Laurel Mendes writes about speaking to the dead, Kim Pierri visits the modern Ásatrú burial ground in Odense, Denmark, and Jay Stratton reviews some evidence for human sacrifice in medieval Sweden. Laura Sottilaro contributes a bittersweet short story, "My Boy is Crying." And there's poetry, news from the Heathen community, recipes, book and music reviews, all the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #109 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #109 (Autumn 2016) focused on death for its theme. Diana L. Paxson contributed several articles: "The Heathen Way of Death", 'Home and Hospice", and "A Heathen Memorial... More > Service." Rory Bowman writes solid practical advice about how to plan for the inevitable; John T. Mainer contributes a fierce, angry, moving memoir of his own father's final illness and death. Laurel Mendes writes about speaking to the dead, Kim Pierri visits the modern Ásatrú burial ground in Odense, Denmark, and Jay Stratton reviews some evidence for human sacrifice in medieval Sweden. Laura Sottilaro contributes a bittersweet short story, "My Boy is Crying." And there's poetry, news from the Heathen community, recipes, book and music reviews, all the usual columns, 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 #99 By The Troth
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"Healing" was the theme of IDUNNA issue #99 (Spring 2014) published by the Troth. Shirl Sazynski gives us a look at the obscure Norse goddess of healing, Eir. Kveldúlfr Gundarsson... More > surveys "healing Traditions in the Heathen North," looking at the evidence for healing herbs and amulets and at general pre-Christian understandings of health, disease, and the beings that caused or cured them. Ben Waggoner translates a section of an old saga, "The Saga of the Sworn Brothers," that gives us a look into battlefield medicine in ancient times, Karen Carlson looks at Old High German healing charms, Diana Paxson also considers the use of old charms, and Rob Schreiwer introduces us to healing plant lore from the Pennsylvania German culture. Su Eaves brings us into the present day with an account of how her Heathen faith and community helped her fight and survive cancer. And as if that weren't enough, this issue's packed with poetry, book and music reviews, news of upcoming events, all our usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #99 By The Troth
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"Healing" was the theme of IDUNNA issue #99 (Spring 2014) published by the Troth. Shirl Sazynski gives us a look at the obscure Norse goddess of healing, Eir. Kveldúlfr Gundarsson... More > surveys "healing Traditions in the Heathen North," looking at the evidence for healing herbs and amulets and at general pre-Christian understandings of health, disease, and the beings that caused or cured them. Ben Waggoner translates a section of an old saga, "The Saga of the Sworn Brothers," that gives us a look into battlefield medicine in ancient times, Karen Carlson looks at Old High German healing charms, Diana Paxson also considers the use of old charms, and Rob Schreiwer introduces us to healing plant lore from the Pennsylvania German culture. Su Eaves brings us into the present day with an account of how her Heathen faith and community helped her fight and survive cancer. And as if that weren't enough, this issue's packed with poetry, book and music reviews, news of upcoming events, all our usual columns, 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 #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

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