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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 #111 By The Troth
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By popular demand, we are releasing IDUNNA #111 (Spring 2017) a year early! This issue was dedicated to Freyja, the Norse goddess of (among other things), wealth, sexuality, and battle. We feature... More > plenty of poetry in this issue from Laine Mardollsdottir, Laurel Mendes, Lorrie Wood, Ani Greenwood, Loraine Canaday, Shawn Rowland, Meredith Himmel, Nathan Large, and James Moore-Hodur. Ben Waggoner presents a translation of an Icelandic folktale, "Maertholl", that just might preserve an ancient myth of Freyja. We have essays from Diana Paxson on an overview of Freyja's nature, Jeremy Baer on the form of magic called seidr, Loren Jones on Freyja's necklace, and Kim Pierri on the elder tree and its possible associations with Freyja. And we feature our usual columnists, book reviews, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #111 By The Troth
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By popular demand, we are releasing IDUNNA #111 (Spring 2017) a year early! This issue was dedicated to Freyja, the Norse goddess of (among other things), wealth, sexuality, and battle. We feature... More > plenty of poetry in this issue from Laine Mardollsdottir, Laurel Mendes, Lorrie Wood, Ani Greenwood, Loraine Canaday, Shawn Rowland, Meredith Himmel, Nathan Large, and James Moore-Hodur. Ben Waggoner presents a translation of an Icelandic folktale, "Maertholl", that just might preserve an ancient myth of Freyja. We have essays from Diana Paxson on an overview of Freyja's nature, Jeremy Baer on the form of magic called seidr, Loren Jones on Freyja's necklace, and Kim Pierri on the elder tree and its possible associations with Freyja. And we feature our usual columnists, book reviews, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
The Children of Odin the Book of Northern Myths By Padraic Colum
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Once there was another Sun and another Moon; a different Sun and a different Moon from the ones we see now. Sol was the name of that Sun and Mani was the name of that Moon. But always behind Sol and... More > Mani wolves went, a wolf behind each. The wolves caught on them at last and they devoured Sol and Mani. And then the world was in darkness and cold. In those times the Gods lived, Odin and Thor, Hödur and Baldur, Tyr and Heimdall, Vidar and Vali, as well as Loki, the doer of good and the doer of evil. And the beautiful Goddesses were living then, Frigga, Freya, Nanna, Iduna, and Sif. But in the days when the Sun and Moon were destroyed the Gods were destroyed too—all the Gods except Baldur who had died before that time, Vidar and Vali, the sons of Odin, and Modi and Magni, the sons of Thor.< Less