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I SENTIERI DI FRIGG-Northern Lilium By Alessandra Toti
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Disperata ma speranzosa, nel suo consueto pessimismo, Artemisia continua la sua vita a Sarnico, nell'attesa del ritorno di Roy, che tarda ad arrivare. Vive sempre tra casa e negozio, con Lisa Amaya e... More > Mariastella, la sua tatuatrice veggente che l'avverte di non abbattersi. Una sera, dopo una litigata con Ginger, Artemisia sfodererà davanti a lei i suoi poteri, non ancora abbastanza forti e controllati. Sarà allora Roy ad intervenire e dichiarerà che è il momento che lei torni alla sua terra delle origini antiche, la Norvegia, dove la ragazza accetterà di andare di buon grado, ritrovando tanto di sè e del suo tempo perduto. Conoscerà gli amici di Roy, anche loro stregoni appartenuti alla congrega di Asgardhr e scoprirà che tra Lisa ed uno di loro, Svein, c'è un rapporto particolare. Artemisia rivivrà le passioni mancate da secoli con il suo vero amore ed otterrà maggior controllo sui suoi poteri, fino al momento in cui Roy le farà una proposta. I Sentieri di Frigg- seguito de Il Giglio Nordico< Less
Voluspa By Dan Campbell
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In this new edition of the poem Völuspá, we offer: A plain english translation, closely based on our word-for-word translation. Meaning is more important than sound in this... More > translation, but it should be readily understood. A word-for-word translation. Here, one should be able to relate our choice of English words directly to the ON original. Notes on translation. These are given as an aid to understanding, as well as to draw attention to questions of interpretation and meaning. Glossary. This is a complete glossary, containing an entry for every word as it appears within the poem—making it easier to look up the Old Norse words and then cross-reference them to the more complete entries in Richard Cleasby and Gudbrand Vigfusson’s An Icelandic-English Dictionary.< Less
Voluspa By Dan Campbell
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In this new edition of the poem Völuspá, we offer: A plain english translation, closely based on our word-for-word translation. Meaning is more important than sound in this... More > translation, but it should be readily understood. A word-for-word translation. Here, one should be able to relate our choice of English words directly to the ON original. Notes on translation. These are given as an aid to understanding, as well as to draw attention to questions of interpretation and meaning. Glossary. This is a complete glossary, containing an entry for every word as it appears within the poem—making it easier to look up the Old Norse words and then cross-reference them to the more complete entries in Richard Cleasby and Gudbrand Vigfusson’s An Icelandic-English Dictionary.< Less
Bringing Earth and Sky Together, Volume III By Siegfried Goodfellow
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Third Volume of Bringing Earth and Sky Together includes Proverbs, Poems, and Warnings. Culmination of seven years of meditation and research on the ancient heathen religion of Scandinavia.
Bringing Earth and Sky Together, Volume II By Siegfried Goodfellow
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Second Volume in the Three Volume set from the renowned blog "Heathen Ranter", and the culmination of seven years of meditation and research on the ancient heathen religion of Scandinavia.
Bringing Earth and Sky Together, Volume I By Siegfried Goodfellow
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Bringing Earth and Sky Together is the culmination of seven years of study and meditation on the ancient heathen religion of Scandinavia, brought together in essays and poems from the blog... More > "Heathen Ranter".< Less
Idunna #100 By The Troth
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Our hundredth issue! IDUNNA #100 (Summer 2014) is our compilation of some of the best material to appear in our journal since its first issue in 1988. We included Edred Thorsson's "Who Will... More > Build the Hearths of the Troth"?; Eric Wodening's "Is it Odin or Woden?", a glossary of Old English religious terms and their Norse equivalents; Winifred Hodge on "Oaths: What They Mean and Why They Matter"; Jordsvin on "Seidh for Psychic Attack and Spirit Rescue"; Bekkhild's "Taking Up the Tablets", on the old technique of tablet-weaving; Ben Waggoner's "Some Thoughts on Evolution"; Patty Lafayllve's "Hospitality and the Host-Guest Relationship"; and Kveldulf Gundarsson's "On the Alfar". We feature fine poetry from Swain Wodening, Diana Paxson, Laurel Mendes, Michaela Macha, and Hilary Ayer. We have columns and essays reflecting on the Troth's past, present, and future, plus recipes, herb lore, a story for children, and more!< Less
Idunna #100 By The Troth
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Our hundredth issue! IDUNNA #100 (Summer 2014) is our compilation of some of the best material to appear in our journal since its first issue in 1988. We included Edred Thorsson's "Who Will... More > Build the Hearths of the Troth"?; Eric Wodening's "Is it Odin or Woden?", a glossary of Old English religious terms and their Norse equivalents; Winifred Hodge on "Oaths: What They Mean and Why They Matter"; Jordsvin on "Seidh for Psychic Attack and Spirit Rescue"; Bekkhild's "Taking Up the Tablets", on the old technique of tablet-weaving; Ben Waggoner's "Some Thoughts on Evolution"; Patty Lafayllve's "Hospitality and the Host-Guest Relationship"; and Kveldulf Gundarsson's "On the Alfar". We feature fine poetry from Swain Wodening, Diana Paxson, Laurel Mendes, Michaela Macha, and Hilary Ayer. We have columns and essays reflecting on the Troth's past, present, and future, plus recipes, herb lore, a story for children, and more!< Less
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Loki’s Conflict By Cheryl T. Pillsbury
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The Dark Elves decided to avenge Thrym’s honor by kidnaping Thor and punishing him, as well as taking back his hammer. The Light Elves overheard the plan and feared that the Dark Elves would... More > wage war against them as well, to own all three worlds at the far ends of Iceland. The Light Elves informed Odin, father of all fathers, of this plan requesting his help to protect their world. Odin and Frigg, fearing for their son’s life, planned a battle to free him. Sadly, they needed to depend almost totally on one person to get Thor back with his hammer, Loki.< Less