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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 #113 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #113 (Fall 2017) focused on Nehalennia, a goddess worshipped in the Netherlands in Roman times. Birgit Knorr's "Nehalennia: Lady of the Low Lands" reviews what we know of this... More > goddess and tells of a visit to her rebuilt temple in the town of Colijnsplaat. Several members had other travels to tell of: Amanda Leigh-Hawkins reported from Frith Forge, an international conference of inclusive Heathens, and John Hyatt recounted his travels on the Sacred Sites Tour, a tour of archaeologically and spiritually important sites in Germany. G. David Nordley tells about the recently discovered star Fafnir in the constellation Draco, and Ben Waggoner provides the first installment of his translation of Faereyinga saga, and his translation of the "Tale of Thorvard Crow-Beak." John T. Mainer contributes his short story, "No Thing Not Earned." And there's the usual columns, book reviews, artwork, poetry, and more!< Less
Idunna #113 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #113 (Fall 2017) focused on Nehalennia, a goddess worshipped in the Netherlands in Roman times. Birgit Knorr's "Nehalennia: Lady of the Low Lands" reviews what we know of this... More > goddess and tells of a visit to her rebuilt temple in the town of Colijnsplaat. Several members had other travels to tell of: Amanda Leigh-Hawkins reported from Frith Forge, an international conference of inclusive Heathens, and John Hyatt recounted his travels on the Sacred Sites Tour, a tour of archaeologically and spiritually important sites in Germany. G. David Nordley tells about the recently discovered star Fafnir in the constellation Draco, and Ben Waggoner provides the first installment of his translation of Faereyinga saga, and his translation of the "Tale of Thorvard Crow-Beak." John T. Mainer contributes his short story, "No Thing Not Earned." And there's the usual columns, book reviews, artwork, poetry, and more!< Less
Hávamál: A New Translation By Ben Waggoner
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The Hávamál, or "Speech of the High One", is an Old Norse poem that relates wise counsel and ancient myths, spoken by the god Odin. The Hávamál is the... More > centerpiece of the collection known as the Poetic Edda. This new translation brings the poem's timeless wisdom to life. For every new copy of this edition that is purchased, The Troth will donate one copy for outreach to prisons and the military.< 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 #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 #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 #114 By The Troth
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The theme of "Kindreds" was the theme of IDUNNA #114 (Winter 2017-2018). We led off with thoughts on Heathen kindreds by Diana Paxson, Kim Pierri, and Paden Hunt. Maire Durkan contributes a... More > study of Gudrun Gjukadottir, the tragic heroine of the Volsung legend, and Laura Fuller presents her study of the goddess Skadhi, "From Ring-Lady to Bride." Diana Paxson and Ann Sheffield contribute poems. And there's all our usual columns, book and movie reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #110 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #111 (Winter 2017) focused on the theme of "Othala"—the name of one of the rune letters, and a word meaning "heritage" or "ancestral homestead", more or... More > less. Several members contribute their thoughts on the meaning of Othala today. Diana Paxson writes about the Germanic peoples' migrations of the early Middle Ages. Winifred Hodge Rose reflects on her family heritage. Rory Bowman takes an unflinching look at the misuse of the concept of Othala by explicitly and covertly racist "Heathen" groups. Henrik Hallgren and Kim Pieri both write about stone settings in Scandinavia—figures made by setting large stones in the earth. Ben Waggoner contributes Part 1 of the Saga of King Hálf and his Warband, as well as two Old English riddles from the Exeter Book. And we have book reviews, recipes, our usual columns, news and announcements from the Heathen community, and more!< Less

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