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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
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
Idunna #75 By The Troth
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Issue 75 of IDUNNA, from the spring of 2008, focuses on the hero Beowulf. Steve Pollington discusses the historical background of the poem Beowulf. Ben Waggoner writes on the religious background of... More > the poem, Karen Emanuelson discusses depictions of Grendel's mother, while Jennifer Culver discusses what makes the poem great, and Victoria Clare writes about the traditional drums of the Saami. And there's lots more: book reviews, music reviews, herb-lore, our regular columns, and a children's section!< Less
Idunna #104 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #104 (Summer 2015) focused on runes—the letters used by pre-Christian and later Germanic and Scandinavian peoples for both mundane and magical purposes. Ann "Gróa"... More > Sheffield leads off with her essay on Mimir and the runes, Diana Paxson writes about runes used in healing and for protection in travel, and Ben Waggoner presents translations of two Icelandic compilations of runes and magical symbols (galdrastafir). We have poetry from Laurel Mendes, Michaela Macha, and Ron Rowand-White, a short story from Diana Paxson, news from the Heathen community, our usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #104 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #104 (Summer 2015) focused on runes—the letters used by pre-Christian and later Germanic and Scandinavian peoples for both mundane and magical purposes. Ann "Gróa"... More > Sheffield leads off with her essay on Mimir and the runes, Diana Paxson writes about runes used in healing and for protection in travel, and Ben Waggoner presents translations of two Icelandic compilations of runes and magical symbols (galdrastafir). We have poetry from Laurel Mendes, Michaela Macha, and Ron Rowand-White, a short story from Diana Paxson, news from the Heathen community, our usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #109 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #109 (Autumn 2016) focused on death for its theme. Diana L. Paxson contributed several articles: "The Heathen Way of Death", 'Home and Hospice", and "A Heathen Memorial... More > Service." Rory Bowman writes solid practical advice about how to plan for the inevitable; John T. Mainer contributes a fierce, angry, moving memoir of his own father's final illness and death. Laurel Mendes writes about speaking to the dead, Kim Pierri visits the modern Ásatrú burial ground in Odense, Denmark, and Jay Stratton reviews some evidence for human sacrifice in medieval Sweden. Laura Sottilaro contributes a bittersweet short story, "My Boy is Crying." And there's poetry, news from the Heathen community, recipes, book and music reviews, all the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #109 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #109 (Autumn 2016) focused on death for its theme. Diana L. Paxson contributed several articles: "The Heathen Way of Death", 'Home and Hospice", and "A Heathen Memorial... More > Service." Rory Bowman writes solid practical advice about how to plan for the inevitable; John T. Mainer contributes a fierce, angry, moving memoir of his own father's final illness and death. Laurel Mendes writes about speaking to the dead, Kim Pierri visits the modern Ásatrú burial ground in Odense, Denmark, and Jay Stratton reviews some evidence for human sacrifice in medieval Sweden. Laura Sottilaro contributes a bittersweet short story, "My Boy is Crying." And there's poetry, news from the Heathen community, recipes, book and music reviews, all the usual columns, and more!< Less
Idunna #1 By The Troth
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The very first issue of IDUNNA ever published, from 1988, is now reissued and available again. Our journal's "look" has evolved quite a lot since then -- and in fact, so has our entire... More > organization. But despite its short length (only 14 pages), this issue was the seed of great things to come! Here you'll find James Chisholm's articles "Orthodoxy" and "The Early Germans and Roman Culture", Edred Thorson on "Troth", and a book review by Robert Zoller. Come see where it all began. . .< Less
Things, Signs, and Their Meanings By Kveldúlfr Gundarsson
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This handy booklet is a guide to the symbols and holy signs of the pre-Christian religious and spiritual traditions of the Germanic peoples—both in the ancient past, and in the modern revival... More > of their religions commonly known as Heathenry, including Ásatrú, Odinism, and other traditions. These are the symbols and signs which our forebears used to understand their world. Extensively illustrated with drawings and photos of actual artworks and artifacts, this book will be useful to anyone interested in any form of Germanic religion. *NOTE: Troth members in good standing get free access to this publication through the members-only section of our Website.< Less

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