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Idunna #8 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #8 (Vol. 2, no. 4, April 1990) features Kveldulf Gundarsson writing on the symbolism of the valknot; James Chisholm's translations of two Norse tales, the "Volsa Thattr" and part of... More > the "Sorla Thattr"; Diane Luark Ross on the lore of the Sun; Edred Thorsson and James Chisholm on holy steads and temples; and Tadhg MacCrossan on the origins of the godly kindred known as the Vanir. Plus there's plenty of poetry, artwork, book reviews, news and announcements, and more in this issue!< Less
Idunna #75 By The Troth
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Issue 75 of IDUNNA, from the spring of 2008, focuses on the hero Beowulf. Steve Pollington discusses the historical background of the poem Beowulf. Ben Waggoner writes on the religious background of... More > the poem, Karen Emanuelson discusses depictions of Grendel's mother, while Jennifer Culver discusses what makes the poem great, and Victoria Clare writes about the traditional drums of the Saami. And there's lots more: book reviews, music reviews, herb-lore, our regular columns, and a children's section!< Less
Idunna #94 By The Troth
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The Winter 2012 issue of IDUNNA magazine, issue #94, focused on the Norse god Ullr, god of hunting, winter, and skiing. Ben Waggoner writes about Ullr and the history of skiing in Scandinavia, and... More > Leticia Andreas tells about her visit to the archaeological site of Haithabu, or Hedeby, an important Viking-era port and trading town. Kveldulf Gundarsson gives us Part II of his long study, "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", while John T. Mainer entertains with his children's story "Vargus the Vegetarian Troll". This issue also features poetry, book and music reviews, herb lore, recipes, news and events, our regular columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #94 By The Troth
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The Winter 2012 issue of IDUNNA magazine, issue #94, focused on the Norse god Ullr, god of hunting, winter, and skiing. Ben Waggoner writes about Ullr and the history of skiing in Scandinavia, and... More > Leticia Andreas tells about her visit to the archaeological site of Haithabu, or Hedeby, an important Viking-era port and trading town. Kveldulf Gundarsson gives us Part II of his long study, "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", while John T. Mainer entertains with his children's story "Vargus the Vegetarian Troll". This issue also features poetry, book and music reviews, herb lore, recipes, news and events, our regular columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #7 By The Troth
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January 1990 saw the publication of IDUNNA #7 (Vol. 2, no. 3). Edred Thorsson leads off with articles on the future of the Troth and its Elder training program at that time. James Chisholm writes on... More > cosmology and the Hail (Hagalaz) rune, as well as on starting heathen kindreds; Kveldulf Gundarsson contributes pieces on Dumezil's tripartite system in Germanic culture and on Hagen/Högni in the Nibelung legend through time; and Tadhg MacCrossan presents part 2 of his article of "The Origins of Humankind". And the issue also features artwork, music, poetry, book and movie reviews, letters from readers, and much more!< Less
Idunna #9 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #9 (Vol. 2, No. 5 -- although the original was mislabeled as Vol. 2, no. 4) was published in July 1990. Featured authors include Edred Thorsson on the history of the revival of Germanic... More > religion; James Chisholm on the role of Elders (plus his translation of a Norse text, Gylfaginning ch. 12); Duane Abbey and Jeff Burke on making mead; Kveldulf Gundarsson's account of celebrating the Ostara holiday at the Externsteine in Germany; and Tadhg MacCrossan on the ancient Germanic calendar. And you'll find poetry, artwork, opinions, letters to the editor, and more in this issue!< Less
Idunna #4 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #4 (February 1989) features Edred Thorsson's "The Edge of the Sword", on the Germanic view of time; and his essay "The Soul" on the complex Germanic way of looking at the... More > soul. James Chisholm contributes a translation of the Old Norse poem "Svipdagsmal", an adaptation of the poem as a drama, and a discussion of traditional spring dramas and rituals. Artwork, news, and correspondence fill out the fourth issue of the Troth's journal.< Less
Idunna #104 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #104 (Summer 2015) focused on runes—the letters used by pre-Christian and later Germanic and Scandinavian peoples for both mundane and magical purposes. Ann "Gróa"... More > Sheffield leads off with her essay on Mimir and the runes, Diana Paxson writes about runes used in healing and for protection in travel, and Ben Waggoner presents translations of two Icelandic compilations of runes and magical symbols (galdrastafir). We have poetry from Laurel Mendes, Michaela Macha, and Ron Rowand-White, a short story from Diana Paxson, news from the Heathen community, our usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #104 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #104 (Summer 2015) focused on runes—the letters used by pre-Christian and later Germanic and Scandinavian peoples for both mundane and magical purposes. Ann "Gróa"... More > Sheffield leads off with her essay on Mimir and the runes, Diana Paxson writes about runes used in healing and for protection in travel, and Ben Waggoner presents translations of two Icelandic compilations of runes and magical symbols (galdrastafir). We have poetry from Laurel Mendes, Michaela Macha, and Ron Rowand-White, a short story from Diana Paxson, news from the Heathen community, our usual columns, and more!< Less
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

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