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Idunna #41 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #41 (Autumn 1999) is dedicated to the god Odin—also known as Woden, Wotan, Ódhinn, and by hundreds of other names. Freya Aswynn writes about her experiences with "Odin the... More > Initiator", Swain Wodening writes about "Woden", Stefn Thorsman describes his own "Wodenic Rune Ritual", and Steve Wilson writes about "Basic Blót Construction". Several heathens describe their personal experiences with Odin in "Close Encounters of the Thridhi Kind". There's book and Web reviews, columns, recipes, news, artwork—and as you might expect, plenty of fine poetry.< Less
Idunna #38 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #38 (Winter 1998), with the theme of "Runes", is now available from the Troth. With articles from KveldulfR Gundarsson and Stefn Thorsman, fiction from Charles Elsden, recipes, book... More > reviews, columns and poetry, this surely belongs on the shelf of everyone who honors the Aesir and Vanir, the Gods of the North.< Less
Idunna #73 By The Troth
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IDUNNA issue 73 (Fall 2007), published by the Troth, focuses on the theme of "The Land". Here you'll find Mike Smith's essay "The Land and its Glories", Ben Waggoner's discussion... More > of global climate change from a heathen perspective, Michaela Macha's short story "In The Beginning", and the next in Winifred Rose's series of essays on heathen soul-lore. And you'll find heathen news, poetry, music and book reviews, our children's corner, regular columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #40 By The Troth
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Issue 40 of the Troth's journal IDUNNA (Summer 1999) features the theme of "Marriage". Winifred Rose describes Germanic marriage customs in her essay "The Purchase of a Bride".... More > Birgit Knorr writes about daily life in Haithabu, or Hedeby, a Viking-era trading town on the Danish-German border. Diana Paxson presents a script for a contemporary Heathen wedding, and several folks discuss the meaning of marriage from a Heathen point of view. Plus there's recipes, poetry, book reviews, and more!< Less
A Walk with Our Ancestors: A Guide to Modern Odinism By Benjamin Long
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Religious book on the Wotanist/Odinist faith. Theology and History arranged from the Norse Sagas, as well as the Eddas. Modern interpretations of heathenism reconstructed and interpreted from our... More > Ancestors and the men that had came before us. Written from a position of faith in a conservative manner and addressed to people that follow the Wotanist faith. Hard cover edition in case bound wrap intended to last longer than soft cover edition.< Less
Odinism in the Modern World By Wulfstan OR
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Many books have been written covering various aspects of Odinism, but this book is one of the few that actually presents the modern Odinist with such clear reasons as to why Odinism is as relevant... More > today as it was for our ancestors. Eight chapters: The pattern of existence Odinism Ethics and Morality in Odinism Personal development within Odinism The implications of Odinism Christianity: The fateful legacy The alternatives to Christianity A Spiritual Wasteland< Less
THE ELDER EDDAS AND THE YOUNGER EDDAS By SAEMUND SIGFUSSON & SNORRE STURLESON
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I found information on a Saemund Sigfusson while reading family documents. I then learned that Odinist Masons in France had seen him as instrumental in the building of the first Gothic cathedral in... More > Chartres. When it comes to the Eddas, what was Saemund Sigfusson's role? Who knows for sure? Be that as it may be, the texts stand by themselves because they are a cultural landmark. Moreover, is it not interesting to see what the views of some specialists were in 1906? So, because there are readers who prefer a hard copy, here is the English translation again, a hundred years after its first publication, but this time with a new feature: an extensive index which should be useful to about anyone.< Less
This is Odinism By Stubba
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The three most prominent pioneers of modern Odinism in the English speaking world were Rud Mills, Else Christensen and "Stubba" (John Yeowell). Stubba's writings have been sadly unavailable... More > in recent years. Now, for the first time, a collection of his most important pamphlets is reprinted, in an anthology that also includes several of his occasional essays from the British Odinist magazine he edited, "Raven Banner". The compiler of this anthology corresponded with Stubba from 1972 until 2010, and has since conducted extensive interviews with people who personally knew the legendary founder of the London-based Odinic Rite.< Less
The Call of our Ancient Nordic Religion By Rud Mills
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This is the first of Rud Mills' writings on Odinism to be cleansed of earlier "small press" typographical and other errors, and the first to be reissued today on behalf of the... More > copyright-holder of all of Mills' works, the Odinic Rite of Australia. Rud Mills argues in this essay that Classical and therefore Western Civilization went astray with the theories of Socrates, as described by his disciple Plato. Socrates' ideas were picked up by a Hellenized version of Judaism, and subsequently imposed by force on the rest of Europe. However, Rud Mills argues that we can get back to the pure, clean, delightful spirituality of our Odinist ancestors. By doing so, we can restore spiritual sanity to the Nation of Odin.< Less
The Hávamál By Cyrus Gorgani
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The Hávamál, the most sacred and mysterious part of the Elder Edda, was understood as the very Words of Odin, King of the Gods of Asgard, for centuries by the Norse Vikings and earlier... More > Germanic peoples. Across the mists of time, this holy poem of wise advice to mankind, was the inspirations of some of the Germanic world's greatest explorers, warriors and heroes. The noble ethics of the brave Heathen faith of the Vikings are encapsulated in the Hávamál, which remains just as relevant today as when it was first recited by the Skalds. Now it is translated line-for-line, un-altered, uncensored, side-by-side with the original text, in a powerful English edition for Odinists, Asatruars, Heathens, and all those who dare to learn the true meanings of the Words of the High One for themselves. WARNING: This is NOT another "safe" or "politically correct" academic translation. It is NOT watered-down to please the weak sheep of the "new age". This is the raw wisdom of the Gods, sorely needed by mankind. Hail Odin!< Less

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