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They Walk With Us By john T. Mainer
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Can holy blessings be found in a box of donuts? Can an angry, grieving skinhead learn to become a peacemaker after a chance encounter with a strange old lady? Can a rock in a leather bag help a... More > wounded soldier's spirit heal? The Gods of old still walk the world. They can still be found, if you know how to look. And they bring blessings and challenges, suffering and healing, to those who can find them. In this collection of short stories, John T. Mainer explores how the ancient Gods might still be found, and how they might bless us as our paths cross theirs. From war-torn Bosnia and Afghanistan, to the peaceful green hills of British Columbia and the bustle of downtown Vancouver, he shows us how—perhaps—we might find them today. Even the most ordinary of places can turn out to be not so ordinary at all. . . and even the most ordinary-seeming person could turn out to be a God in disguise.< Less
They Walk With Us By John T. Mainer
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Can holy blessings be found in a box of donuts? Can an angry, grieving skinhead learn to become a peacemaker after a chance encounter with a strange old lady? Can a rock in a leather bag help a... More > wounded soldier's spirit heal? The Gods of old still walk the world. They can still be found, if you know how to look. And they bring blessings and challenges, suffering and healing, to those who can find them. In this collection of short stories, John T. Mainer explores how the ancient Gods might still be found, and how they might bless us as our paths cross theirs. From war-torn Bosnia and Afghanistan, to the peaceful green hills of British Columbia and the bustle of downtown Vancouver, he shows us how—perhaps—we might find them today. Even the most ordinary of places can turn out to be not so ordinary at all. . . and even the most ordinary-seeming person could turn out to be a God in disguise.< Less
Idunna #72 By The Troth
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The Summer 2007 issue of IDUNNA, the quarterly magazine published by the Troth, is now available! The theme of this issue is "The Runes". Here you'll find fact-filled articles from Patricia... More > Lafayllve, Mike Smith, Steve Pollington, and Ulf Asgardson. Plus there's poetry. . . columns about mead and herb-lore. . . book reviews, music reviews, columns, news, and more!< Less
Idunna #102 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #102 (Winter 2014) focused on "Children" as its theme. Ben Waggoner described what we know about Viking-era children's games and toys. From a more modern perspective, we have... More > Chrystiannia's instructions for making yarn dolls, Su Eaves on how to raise Heathen kids, and Jay Stratton on a childhood teacher's influence on his Heathen practice. We have stories for and about children from Ben Waggoner, Steve Abell, and Laurel Mendes, and poetry from Vicky Rowden, Diana Paxson, and Michaela Macha. Plus we have Jennifer Lawrence's herbalism column, Laurel Mendes's recipes for the perfect Yuletide ham, book reviews, news and views, and more!< Less
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 #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 #72 By The Troth
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The Summer 2007 issue of IDUNNA, the quarterly magazine published by the Troth, is now available! The theme of this issue is "The Runes". Here you'll find fact-filled articles from Patricia... More > Lafayllve, Mike Smith, Steve Pollington, and Ulf Asgardson. Plus there's poetry. . . columns about mead and herb-lore. . . book reviews, music reviews, columns, news, and more!< Less
Idunna #103 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #103 (Spring 2015) was our "Heathen Culture" issue. Erik Goodwyn leads off with an article on the importance of culture-building in Heathenry. Ben Waggoner reflects on culture, myth,... More > and the music of Rush in his essay "Closer To The Heart", and John T. Mainer writes about the world-accepting theology of Heathenry. John Mainer also contributes the short story "Lessons of a Hammer." Su Eaves and Connor McMahan discuss the very real cultural problem of alcoholism from a Heathen-centered perspective, and Dan Campbell looks at living with a chronic medical condition. Lorrie Wood defines "Heathen cultures" in yet another way, as she looks at how to culture lactic acid bacteria to make delicious traditionally fermented sauerkraut and other pickled vegetable. And we also feature poetry from Hilary Ayer and Ben Waggoner, news and events from all over the Heathen world, herbalism, book reviews, all the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #103 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #103 (Spring 2015) was our "Heathen Culture" issue. Erik Goodwyn leads off with an article on the importance of culture-building in Heathenry. Ben Waggoner reflects on culture, myth,... More > and the music of Rush in his essay "Closer To The Heart", and John T. Mainer writes about the world-accepting theology of Heathenry. John Mainer also contributes the short story "Lessons of a Hammer." Su Eaves and Connor McMahan discuss the very real cultural problem of alcoholism from a Heathen-centered perspective, and Dan Campbell looks at living with a chronic medical condition. Lorrie Wood defines "Heathen cultures" in yet another way, as she looks at how to culture lactic acid bacteria to make delicious traditionally fermented sauerkraut and other pickled vegetable. And we also feature poetry from Hilary Ayer and Ben Waggoner, news and events from all over the Heathen world, herbalism, book reviews, all the usual columns, 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

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