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We Are Our Deeds By Eric Wodening
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Rites of the Heathen Household By Joseph Bloch
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A discussion of both the Germanic spirits of the land and those of the household, and how they might be honored in connection with contemporary Heathen religion such as Asatru, Theodish Belief, Norse... More > Paganism, or Forn Sed. Includes sample rites and prayers.< Less
Idunna #79 By The Troth
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Issue #79 of IDUNNA (Spring 2009) focuses on "Creation" in Germanic religion. Ben Waggoner translates an Old Norse creation myth, "The Sons of Fornjót". Arielle Finberg... More > discusses spinning fibers as a creative act, Eric Schwenke muses on Heathen dimensions of Harry Potter, Tim Ellison writes on rune shapes -- and there's the usual columns, book and music reviews, poetry, and outstanding Heathen journalism.< Less
Idunna #79 By The Troth
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Issue #79 of IDUNNA (Spring 2009) focuses on "Creation" in Germanic religion. Ben Waggoner translates an Old Norse creation myth, "The Sons of Fornjót". Arielle Finberg... More > discusses spinning fibers as a creative act, Eric Schwenke muses on Heathen dimensions of Harry Potter, Tim Ellison writes on rune shapes -- and there's the usual columns, book and music reviews, poetry, and outstanding Heathen journalism.< 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 #54 By The Troth
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Issue #54 of the Troth's journal IDUNNA, published in winter 2002, focuses on the god Tyr. Here you'll find essays on the god by Daniel O'Halloran and by Jordsvin. Patricia LaFayllve writes about... More > honor, Rich Culver contributes his essay on the god Forseti, Galina Krasskova writes on martial arts, Charles Gadda talks about buying a sword, and William Bainbridge discusses metaphysics in "Laying Down: Law, Life, Time". Plus there's poetry, columns, reviews, and more!< 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 #71 By The Troth
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Issue #71 of the Troth's journal IDUNNA features the theme of "Walpurgisnacht", the May Eve festival of the Germanic lands. Winifred Hodge Rose and Ben Waggoner present their views of the... More > holiday; there's fiction from Patty Lafayllve, songs and poems for the season, plus book and music reviews, regular columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #4 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #4 (February 1989) features Edred Thorsson's "The Edge of the Sword", on the Germanic view of time; and his essay "The Soul" on the complex Germanic way of looking at the... More > soul. James Chisholm contributes a translation of the Old Norse poem "Svipdagsmal", an adaptation of the poem as a drama, and a discussion of traditional spring dramas and rituals. Artwork, news, and correspondence fill out the fourth issue of the Troth's journal.< Less
The Cult of Ódinn: God of Death? By Stephan Grundy
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Odin, Ódinn, Woden. . . Many are the names of this god of the pagan Norse, Anglo-Saxons, and kindred peoples. Those who worshipped him saw him as a god who could give victory in battle,... More > inspire poets, bring madness and fury, found kingly lineages and protect rulers. . . but what was his truest nature? Originally written in 1995, and almost completely unavailable for many years, The Cult of Ódinn is one of the most thorough and comprehensive studies of this famous, yet still deeply mysterious god. Dr. Grundy brings together an immense amount of primary source materials and modern scholarship to give us the most detailed picture possible of how Odin's folk once understood their god.< Less