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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
God in Flames, God in Fetters: Loki's Role in the Northern Religions By Stephan Grundy
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No figure in Norse mythology is as controversial as Loki. Contemporary Heathenry is divided over how to treat him. Is he a bringer of freedom and enlightenment, or an agent of destruction? Was he... More > ever honored in the old days—and is it a valid Heathen practice to worship him now? Stephan Grundy brings all the resources of modern scholarship to bear on the controversy over Loki's place in modern Heathenry.< Less
Idunna #101 By The Troth
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Idunna #101 (Fall 2014) focused on valkyries as its theme -- the female figures in Norse mythology who are said to choose the souls of slain warriors to go to Valhöll or Valhalla. Stephan Grundy... More > leads off with an except from his book _The Cult of Ódinn_, discussing what is known of the valkyries in the ancient lore. Sara Axtell discusses the supernatural beings in the "Helgi cycle" of poems, and Ben Waggoner contributes a translation of the Old Norse poem "Hrafnsmál" and a translation of the spooky "Tale of Thidrandi and Thorhall." Seanan McGuire's incredible short story "Homecoming" and John Mainer's "Helm of Awe-some" give you plenty of fiction to enjoy, and there's poetry from Ann Gróa Sheffield, Finn McMillan, Michaela Macha, and Hilary Ayer. And we've also got our usual columns, news of Heathen happenings, book reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #101 By The Troth
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Idunna #101 (Fall 2014) focused on valkyries as its theme -- the female figures in Norse mythology who are said to choose the souls of slain warriors to go to Valhöll or Valhalla. Stephan Grundy... More > leads off with an except from his book _The Cult of Ódinn_, discussing what is known of the valkyries in the ancient lore. Sara Axtell discusses the supernatural beings in the "Helgi cycle" of poems, and Ben Waggoner contributes a translation of the Old Norse poem "Hrafnsmál" and a translation of the spooky "Tale of Thidrandi and Thorhall." Seanan McGuire's incredible short story "Homecoming" and John Mainer's "Helm of Awe-some" give you plenty of fiction to enjoy, and there's poetry from Ann Gróa Sheffield, Finn McMillan, Michaela Macha, and Hilary Ayer. And we've also got our usual columns, news of Heathen happenings, book reviews, and more!< Less
God In Flames, God In Fetters: Loki's Role In the Northern Religions By Stephan Grundy
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No figure in Norse mythology is as controversial as Loki. Contemporary Heathenry is divided over how to treat him. Is he a bringer of freedom and enlightenment, or an agent of destruction? Was he... More > ever honored in the old days—and is it a valid Heathen practice to worship him now? Stephan Grundy brings all the resources of modern scholarship to bear on the controversy over Loki's place in modern Heathenry.< Less
God in Flames, God in Fetters: Loki's Role in the Northern Religions By Stephan Grundy
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No figure in Norse mythology is as controversial as Loki. Contemporary Heathenry is divided over how to treat him. Is he a bringer of freedom and enlightenment, or an agent of destruction? Was he... More > ever honored in the old days—and is it a valid Heathen practice to worship him now? Stephan Grundy brings all the resources of modern scholarship to bear on the controversy over Loki's place in modern Heathenry.< Less
Idunna #105 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #105 (Autumn 2015) was our theme issue of "Valhalla", the realm where slain warriors go after death in Norse mythology. John Mainer examines the mythological concept of Valhalla and... More > what it might mean for modern-day warriors. We also have a translation by Ben Waggoner of a n Old Norse tale of brave warriors indeed: a portion of Hálfs saga, or the Saga of King Half and his Warband, John Mainer additionally contributes a piece on the modern ritual of sumbel. We feature poetry from Eirik Westcoat, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jennifer Milby, a short story from Steven T. Abell, reminiscences of Heathen writer and leader Rod Landreth, and Ben Waggoner's review of a major museum exhibit on Vikings. And we have all our usual columns, news from the Heathen community, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #105 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #105 (Autumn 2015) was our theme issue of "Valhalla", the realm where slain warriors go after death in Norse mythology. John Mainer examines the mythological concept of Valhalla and... More > what it might mean for modern-day warriors. We also have a translation by Ben Waggoner of a n Old Norse tale of brave warriors indeed: a portion of Hálfs saga, or the Saga of King Half and his Warband, John Mainer additionally contributes a piece on the modern ritual of sumbel. We feature poetry from Eirik Westcoat, Jennifer Lawrence, and Jennifer Milby, a short story from Steven T. Abell, reminiscences of Heathen writer and leader Rod Landreth, and Ben Waggoner's review of a major museum exhibit on Vikings. And we have all our usual columns, news from the Heathen community, book and music reviews, and more!< Less

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