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Armanen Runes and the Black Sun in Modern Heathenry Volume III By Aelfric Avery
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This book is the third of 3 volumes about the Armanen tradition containing the best and most significant teachings, practices and rituals of the Armanen masters Guido von List, F. B. Marby, R. J.... More > Gorsleben, S. A. Kummer and others, including material which has not previously been translated into English. Avery explains many aspects of the Armanen beliefs and practices which have not been made clear until now and also works toward the continued development of Armanism to its natural conclusions. Avery relates the esoteric significance of the Black Sun and its place in Armanism. Avery also compares Armanism to modern heathenry and presents the Armanen tradition in a practical format for modern heathens, with rituals in modern English, German and Old Norse. Volume I contains the background and beliefs of the Armanen masters. Volume II covers the exercises of the Armanen masters and the complete curriculum of the Gothic Armanen Gild. Volume III contains Armanen rituals from the early 20th century to the present.< 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
Idunna #80 By The Troth
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The Summer 2009 issue of IDUNNA, #80, focused on Norway. Victoria Clare writes about her travels in Norway, illustrated with striking photos. Part II of "The Tale of Ragnar's Sons"... More > concludes the exciting saga that was begin in issue #78. You'll also find poetry, herblore, the usual columns, book and music reviews, and more!< Less
Idunna #36 By The Troth
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The Fall 1998 issue of IDUNNA (#36) featured the theme of "Holy Earth". Here you'll find Kveldulf Gundarsson's essay "Mother Earth and her Children"; Frigga Aswolf's article on... More > the goddess Nehalennia; Diana Paxson's "Looking for the Landwights" and her ritual script for Nerthus the Germanic earth deity; Alfgeir Starkhendr on "Northern Dawn"—and an interview with Jörmundr Ingi, at the time the Allsherjargodhi of the Icelandic Asatrúarfelagidh. Plus there's poetry, recipes, columns, and more!< Less
Of Ghosts and Godpoles By Thorbeorht Linleah
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Of Ghosts and Godpoles is a collection of Théodish essays which cover various topics pertaining to the reconstruction of the Saxon Heathen religion. Beginning with a history of the... More > continental Old Saxons, the book goes on to employ comparative mythology to explore the cult of Sahsnót/Seaxnéat before utilizing archaeology to glean insight into the Irminsul and its popular representation in contemporary Heathenry. Thereafter, Of Ghosts and Godpoles reexamines the life of Hengest, his portrayal in literature, and his actions within the cultural context of the Migration Era warband. A textual analysis of Beowulf follows, drawing heavily upon linguistic anthropology to consider the significance that ghosts play in the Old English tale. Lastly, the book concludes with an overview of how environmental change set the Teutonic migrations into motion and the impact said migrations had upon the Heathen religion.< 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 #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
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

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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