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The Book of Blots By Stubba
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The original and genuine Book of Blots of the Odinic Rite inherits the rich and formal qualities of English ritual language. It derives, ultimately, from times when poetry was mantic and widely used... More > for magical purposes. Now, as in the elder days, it introduces, interprets and celebrates within a spiritual context the events and seasons of life and of the natural year. The fully revised and updated second edition of The Book of Blots provides a comprehensive celebration of the events and seasons of the Odinist year. This classic handbook is now re-issued for the guidance of all heathens.< Less
Working Within: Heathen Spirituality in a Prison Setting By Diana L. Paxson
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Prison is perhaps the most difficult place for spiritual growth and committment. The ancient pre-Christian religious ways of Scandinavia and the Germanic countries—commonly known as Asatru,... More > Odinism, Heathenry, or by still other names—are one of the fastest-growing religions among the US prison population. Unfortunately, this religion is all too often tainted with a foreign ideology of racism and "white supremacy". How can prisoners who are Asatru, Odinist, or Heathen learn about their faith and live it out in daily life, in an authentic way? This book offers a course of study for incarcerated Heathens. It should also be useful for families and friends of inmates, and prison chaplains and administrators, who are interested in learning about Germanic religion as a living tradition today.< Less
Working Within: Heathen Spirituality in a Prison Setting By Diana L. Paxson
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Prison is perhaps the most difficult place for spiritual growth and committment. The ancient pre-Christian religious ways of Scandinavia and the Germanic countries—commonly known as Asatru,... More > Odinism, Heathenry, or by still other names—are one of the fastest-growing religions among the US prison population. Unfortunately, this religion is all too often tainted with a foreign ideology of racism and "white supremacy". How can prisoners who are Asatru, Odinist, or Heathen learn about their faith and live it out in daily life, in an authentic way? This book offers a course of study for incarcerated Heathens. It should also be useful for families and friends of inmates, and prison chaplains and administrators, who are interested in learning about Germanic religion as a living tradition today.< Less
The Heathen Anthology By Osred
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THE HEATHEN ANTHOLOGY is the first collection of popular heathen and pagan lyrics by the greatest poets in the English language. Expressing the entire range of heathen emotions, passions and... More > beliefs, these literary pioneers envisaged a glorious future for those of us who have survived what has been called the Period of Dual Faith. Many of these writers thought of themselves as Christians, but still wrote sincere heathen verse when the spirituality of their ancestors called to them. Others were proudly pagan all along. The legacy of these timeless intellects is embodied in this collection of the very best of English heathen poetry.< Less
Elf Calendar 2013 By Benjamin Long
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Illustrations of various Light Elves from Norse Mythology and corresponding Odinist Holidays. Drawn by Benjamin Long
Odinism: present, past and future By Osred
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CHAPTERS: Our religious heritage. What is Odinism? Ancestor worship. Our earliest ancestors. The Indo-Europeans. Three lost Indo-European tribes. The nation of Odin. Religion, mythology, gods. Odin.... More > “Pagan”, “heathen” and “cretin”. Odinist evolution. Odinist cosmology. The Odinist soul. Pagan afterlife. Clash of values. Rise of intolerance. Heathen victims of Christianity. Æthelfrith. Destruction of the Saxons. Odinist vengeance. Fall of Scandinavia. Þorgeir’s terrible choice. Odinism on the Borders. Christian economic strategy. Odinism in Christian churches. Period of Dual Faith: Women. Period of Dual Faith: Chartres Cathedral. Folk customs: Yule. Anglo-Saxondom and cognitive dissonance. Proto-Odinists: Jefferson. Swinburne. Murray. Wagner. Australian “paganism”. Limits of proto-Odinism. Odinist pioneers: Rud Mills. Evelyn Price. Ann Lennon. Else Christensen. Alec Christensen. Limits of early modern Odinism. Odinist transvaluation of values. Toward tomorrow.< Less
Odinism: present, past and future By Osred
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CHAPTERS: Our religious heritage. What is Odinism? Ancestor worship. Our earliest ancestors. The Indo-Europeans. Three lost Indo-European tribes. The nation of Odin. Religion, mythology, gods. Odin.... More > “Pagan”, “heathen” and “cretin”. Odinist evolution. Odinist cosmology. The Odinist soul. Pagan afterlife. Clash of values. Rise of intolerance. Heathen victims of Christianity. Æthelfrith. Destruction of the Saxons. Odinist vengeance. Fall of Scandinavia. Þorgeir’s terrible choice. Odinism on the Borders. Christian economic strategy. Odinism in Christian churches. Period of Dual Faith: Women. Period of Dual Faith: Chartres Cathedral. Folk customs: Yule. Anglo-Saxondom and cognitive dissonance. Proto-Odinists: Jefferson. Swinburne. Murray. Wagner. Australian “paganism”. Limits of proto-Odinism. Odinist pioneers: Rud Mills. Evelyn Price. Ann Lennon. Else Christensen. Alec Christensen. Limits of early modern Odinism. Odinist transvaluation of values. Toward tomorrow.< Less
Idunna #53 By The Troth
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Issue #53 of the Troth's journal IDUNNA focused on music. Freyjavin Grafeldr and Hrafnkel Anders review modern groups that play everything from reconstructed Viking-era music to the heaviest heavy... More > metal. Lavrans Reimer-Moller talks about building and playing authentic Germanic lyres. Ben Waggoner pontificates about Richard Wagner's operas, Patricia LaFayllve reports on Norwegian folk songs, and Anthony Terpstra gives his personal insights into jazz and Heathenry. There's the usual columns, plus news, recipes, reviews, and of course, songs!< Less
Idunna #37 By The Troth
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The Troth's journal IDUNNA issue #37, from the autumn of 1998, focuses on "Seidh" magic. Here you'll find Diana Paxson writing on oracles in the Northern tradition; Yves Kodratoff on Nordic... More > magical healing; Alfgeir Starkhendr and Jordsvin on aspects of seidh magic; and Stefn Thorsman on the "wheat mare" custom -- plus reviews, poetry, and columns.< Less
Idunna #70 By The Troth
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Issue #70 of the Troth's quarterly journal IDUNNA, featuring the theme of "Afterlives". Here you'll find: short fiction by Ben Waggoner and by Diana Paxson, Winifred Hodge on heathen soul... More > lore, Lorrie Wood on draugar (undead), and Melanie Rowand-White on the virtue of courage. Plus book and music reviews, heathen news, poetry, columns, and more!< Less