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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 #69 By The Troth
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Issue #69 of the Troth's quarterly journal IDUNNA, with a focus on "Law". Featuring Ben Waggoner on law, Birgit Knorr on the Saxons, Ulf Asgardson on the runes, Winifred Hodge Rose on... More > heathen soul-lore. . . plus book and music reviews, artwork, poetry, columns, news, and much more!< Less
Idunna #68 By The Troth
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Issue #68 of IDUNNA, the Troth's quarterly journal of Heathen religion, focusing on "Anglo-Saxons". In this issue, you'll find Stephen Pollington's "The Anglo-Saxon Background",... More > Birgit Knorr on "The Saxons", Jennifer Culver on "The Significance of Gifting", Swain Wodening on "Wod and Will", and Diana Paxson on "Exploring Sutton Hoo" -- plus poetry, reviews of books and music, the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #67 By The Troth
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The Troth's quarterly jounal IDUNNA #67, with the theme of "Idunna". Featuring short stories "Idunna and Thjassi" by Dottye Blake and "Idunna's Apples' by Winifred Hodge... More > Rose, plus articles by Kveldulf Gundarsson on Ostara, Winifred Hodge Rose on Heathen soul-lore, and Juleigh Howard-Hobson on the Uthark runic theory. Plus there's poems, book reviews, music reviews, news, and much more!< Less
Idunna #66 By The Troth
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This is issue 66 of IDUNNA, the quarterly journal of the Troth, with the theme of "Jotnar". Here you'll find: Diana Paxson on giants, Ben Waggoner on Norse cosmogony, William Bainbridge on... More > elemental forces in spiritual practice, Juleigh Howard-Hobson on "troll-runes"—plus poetry, columns, news, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #62 By The Troth
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IDUNNA is the quarterly journal published by the Troth. Issue 62 (winter 2004) featured the theme of "The World-Tree", with contributions from Jordsvin on Yggdrasil, Winifred Hodge-Rose on... More > Norwegian folk spells, Ben Waggoner on the Old Saxon poem Heliand, and Kurt Oertel on the hero Arbogast. Plus there's stories, song, columns, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #64 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #64, published by the Troth, featured the theme of "Viking Games". Here you'll find: Ben Waggoner on both board-games and ball-games in the Norse sagas; Cliff Raeder on... More > "loggets"; Stefn Thorsman on modern-day Viking games; Vidar on nine-men's-morris; and David Ballard on "The Games of the Gods". And of course, this issue features book reviews, music reviews, the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #65 By The Troth
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Issue #65 of IDUNNA, the quarterly journal published by the Troth, featured the theme of "Magic". In this issue we feature Birgit Knorr writing on German household magic, Jordsvin on seith... More > and spae, Konstanze Hesse on help-runes, Ben Waggoner on letter divination, Jordsvin again on the Havamal, and Lorrie Wood on the nidhstong. And as always, there are book and music reviews, regular columns, poetry, news, and more!< Less
Idunna #60 By The Troth
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The Summer 2004 issue (#60) of the Troth's journal IDUNNA focused on the theme of the Germanic hero. Here you'll find Jordsvin on Germanic heroes, Birgit Knorr on the hero Arminius, Kveldulf... More > Gundardsson on Odin and Odinnic heroes, Jolene Dawe on Egill Skallagrimsson, and Jana Barkley on falconry and hunting. Plus there's book reviews, music reviews, and more!< Less