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Saxon Paganism for Today By Robert Sass
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Saxon Heathenry described for the beginner and advanced Saxon Heathen. Topics covered: Saxon Gods & Goddesses, Saxon Cosmology, the Irminsul, the Saxon Calendar & Wheel of the Year, Saxon... More > Mythology, Saxon Prayer and Ritual, indoor & outdoor altars, Sumbal, Funerals, Arm Rings, Soothsaying, Saxon Runes, Oracle work and Divination.< Less
Modern Asatru Compared to Historical Heathenry By Robert Sass
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A look at the teachings of the four major Asatru organizations in the United States, and comparing their published beliefs to that of the Heathen Lore: The Sagas, the Eddas, the three historical... More > Heathen Calendars that survived from Heathen times, and other historical source material. The differences between modern Asatru and Historical Heathenry are explained. The Lore (historical sources) is quoted and listed. The focus is mainly on the differences between the calendars and rites of modern Asatru vs. Historical Heathenry. I leave it up to my readers to chose which path is best for them.< Less
Asatru: The Old Ways for Today By Robert Sass
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Robert Sass has been studying and practicing Heathenry for twenty years, The goal of this book is to educate Heathens on "how to do" Heathenry, based on a historical perspective first. How... More > to do Sumble and Blot based on historical sources, as well as educating Heathens on the various Germanic Heathen calendars that survived from the 8th, 9th, and 10th centuries. Truly bringing the Old Ways into Heathenry based on solid research, as oppossed to just saying "We do the Old Ways." I quote the Eddas, Sagas, and historical sources left and right, as the historical sources are vital to understanding the Heathenry of our pre-Christian Ancestors. This book is 8.5 X 11 and in full color.< Less
Asatru: The Old Ways for Today By Robert Sass
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Robert Sass has been studying and practicing Heathenry for twenty years. The goal of this book is to educate Heathens on "how to do" Heathenry, based on a historical perspective first. How... More > to do Sumble and Blot based on historical passages, as well as educating Heathens on the various Germanic Heathen calendars that survived from the 8th, 9th, and 10th centuries. Truly bringing the Old Ways into Heathenry based on solid research, as oppossed to just saying "We do the Old Ways." If this book does not have at least ten times as many historical sources, Edda, and Saga passages quoted than any other Asatru 101 book on the market, I will be most disappointed. I quote sources left and right. Studying where our Ancestors left off is essential.< Less
Gesitha Handbook By Garman Lord
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"Gesitha Handbook: An Introduction to Theodish Belief" is a collection of works written by Garman Lord, the founder of Anglo-Saxon Theodish Belief. Originally published as separate articles... More > and booklets in the early to mid 1990s, these works are being made available in print for the first time in fifteen years. Articles include: “The Undiscovered Retroheathenry,” “The Quest for Troth and Thew,” “The Gesitha Handbook,” and “The Mystery of Heathen Sacrifice.”< Less
The Elder Troth: An Introductory Course of Study By KveldulfR Gundarsson
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The ancient religious ways of the Germanic peoples -- the Norse, Anglo-Saxons, Goths, Germans, and many other tribes -- have not been extinguished. Many persons and groups have been working for years... More > to revive them as a serious and meaningful religion for today. Asatru, Heathenry, Theodism, Odinism, Forn Sed, and the Elder Troth are just a few of the names for various modern sects and variants of this ancient, yet ever-growing religious tradition. This book is a brief yet comprehensive guide to this religion, written by one of its foremost and best-known scholars, ideal for anyone who has heard the call of the ancient Gods and is looking for the best way to answer.< Less
The Elder Troth: An Introductory Course of Study By KveldulfR Gundarsson
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The ancient religious ways of the Germanic peoples -- the Norse, Anglo-Saxons, Goths, Germans, and many other tribes -- have not been extinguished. Many persons and groups have been working for years... More > to revive them as a serious and meaningful religion for today. Asatru, Heathenry, Theodism, Odinism, Forn Sed, and the Elder Troth are just a few of the names for various modern sects and variants of this ancient, yet ever-growing religious tradition. This book is a brief yet comprehensive guide to this religion, written by one of its foremost and best-known scholars, ideal for anyone who has heard the call of the ancient Gods and is looking for the best way to answer.< 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