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Idunna #107 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #107 (Spring 2016) took a look at Nerthus, the goddess of earth and water honored by several Roman-era Germanic tribes. Ann Gróa Sheffield reviews what we know about this goddess in... More > "Unearthing Nerthus", while Ben Waggoner contributes a short story, "Non Sibi Sed Suis" Karen Carlson looks at the differences between two great works of literature that tell the same story in different ways: the Völsunga saga and the Nibelungenlied. Jay Stratton reports from the 2015 International Ásatrú Summer Camp and discusses spring holidays in Sweden, and also translates Henrik Hallgren's essay "A Spiritual Path". Jordain Kinnander shares how to celebrate our holy days when traveling. And there's all the usual columns, poetry from Diana Paxson, news and announcements from the heathen community, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #107 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #107 (Spring 2016) took a look at Nerthus, the goddess of earth and water honored by several Roman-era Germanic tribes. Ann Gróa Sheffield reviews what we know about this goddess in... More > "Unearthing Nerthus", while Ben Waggoner contributes a short story, "Non Sibi Sed Suis" Karen Carlson looks at the differences between two great works of literature that tell the same story in different ways: the Völsunga saga and the Nibelungenlied. Jay Stratton reports from the 2015 International Ásatrú Summer Camp and discusses spring holidays in Sweden, and also translates Henrik Hallgren's essay "A Spiritual Path". Jordain Kinnander shares how to celebrate our holy days when traveling. And there's all the usual columns, poetry from Diana Paxson, news and announcements from the heathen community, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #74 By The Troth
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Here's the Winter 2007 issue of the Troth's journal IDUNNA (issue #74), with the theme "Yule Fires". Here you'll find Frigga Asraaf on the Sunwheel, Ben Waggoner on runes and divination,... More > Michaela Macha's travelogue of her visit to the Danish heathen group Forn Sidr, Gary Penzler on drinking horns -- plus poetry, regular columns, book and music reviews, and much more!< Less
Idunna #98 By The Troth
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Our "German Yule" issue of IDUNNA (Winter 2013, issue #98) focused on winter customs and traditions from Germany. Here you'll find Andreas Zautner's encounter with the Hullefrauen, Ines... More > Hardy's celebration of a heathen Yuletide in the city of Chemnitz, and Leticia Andreas's report on the Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas Market) of Dresden. Michaela Macha reports on the Asatru Ring, a fast-growing Heathen organization based in Frankfurt but with members worldwide, and Rob Schreiwer describes Yule (Yuulzeit) traditions from the Pennsylvania German culture of the United States. Winifred Hodge Rose contributes Part 7 of her continuing exploration of Germanic soul-lore, and Ann Carlson reflects on learning Old High German. Plus you'll find fine seasonal poetry, a tale for children by John Mainer, the usual columns, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #98 By The Troth
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Our "German Yule" issue of IDUNNA (Winter 2013, issue #98) focused on winter customs and traditions from Germany. Here you'll find Andreas Zautner's encounter with the Hullefrauen, Ines... More > Hardy's celebration of a heathen Yuletide in the city of Chemnitz, and Leticia Andreas's report on the Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas Market) of Dresden. Michaela Macha reports on the Asatru Ring, a fast-growing Heathen organization based in Frankfurt but with members worldwide, and Rob Schreiwer describes Yule (Yuulzeit) traditions from the Pennsylvania German culture of the United States. Winifred Hodge Rose contributes Part 7 of her continuing exploration of Germanic soul-lore, and Ann Carlson reflects on learning Old High German. Plus you'll find fine seasonal poetry, a tale for children by John Mainer, the usual columns, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #68 By The Troth
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Issue #68 of IDUNNA, the Troth's quarterly journal of Heathen religion, focusing on "Anglo-Saxons". In this issue, you'll find Stephen Pollington's "The Anglo-Saxon Background",... More > Birgit Knorr on "The Saxons", Jennifer Culver on "The Significance of Gifting", Swain Wodening on "Wod and Will", and Diana Paxson on "Exploring Sutton Hoo" -- plus poetry, reviews of books and music, the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #82 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #82 (Winter 2009) focused on the theme of "Hospitality." Here you'll find Patricia Lafayllve on hospitality and the host-guest relationship, Mikki Fraser on Balder and Fenris, and... More > Ben Waggoner's translation of the "Tale of Toki Tokason" -- plus plenty of Yuletide poetry, recipes, the usual columns and news, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #84 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #84 (Summer 2010) focused on the Alfar, beings known from Norse mythology and Scandinavian folklore. Kveldulf Gundarsson and Jordsvin both review what is known from mythology about the alfar,... More > and Frigga Asraaf describes her personal experiences working with these beings. Ben Waggoner contributes translations of an excerpt from "The Saga of Thorstein Far-Traveller", as well as translations of Icelandic folk tales about alfar. Nan Edwards adds an original short story. The usual columnists have their say, and there's poetry, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #115 By The Troth
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The Spring 2018 issue of IDUNNA (#115) focused on "Luck". Winifred Hodge Rose contributes "Webs of Luck and Wyrd", about concepts of luck as a part of the human soul and a shaper... More > of its wyrd (destiny). Ben Waggoner contributes part 2 of his translation of "The Saga of the Faroe Islanders" (Færeyinga saga), and also discusses old Germanic gambling, dice games, and board games (including some suggestions for how to play them yourself). Fjölnirsvin discusses the metaphysics of sumbel and oaths as reconstructed by modern scholar Paul Bauschatz. Diana Paxson has something for younger readers with her retelling of a German folktale. Plus there's all the usual columns, news and events from around the Heathen community, recipes, book reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #115 By The Troth
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The Spring 2018 issue of IDUNNA (#115) focused on "Luck". Winifred Hodge Rose contributes "Webs of Luck and Wyrd", about concepts of luck as a part of the human soul and a shaper... More > of its wyrd (destiny). Ben Waggoner contributes part 2 of his translation of "The Saga of the Faroe Islanders" (Færeyinga saga), and also discusses old Germanic gambling, dice games, and board games (including some suggestions for how to play them yourself). Fjölnirsvin discusses the metaphysics of sumbel and oaths as reconstructed by modern scholar Paul Bauschatz. Diana Paxson has something for younger readers with her retelling of a German folktale. Plus there's all the usual columns, news and events from around the Heathen community, recipes, book reviews, and more!< Less

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