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Heathen Tribes By Mark Stinson
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Heathens follow the pre-Christian indigenous beliefs of Northern Europe. We honor our Gods, our Ancestors, and nature spirits called the Vaettir, in much the same way as our Northern European... More > Ancestors. Heathenry is a traditional Folkway, with a strong focus on our families and living this life to its fullest. This book is a collection of over 60 essays concerning the Folkway of our People and the Tribes we build. Heathen Tribes includes a chapter for new Kindreds and Tribes, chapters on roles and responsibilities within a Tribe, building regional bonds between Tribes, a chapter on heathen families, and the book even includes an example of kindred by-laws that you can adapt to your own use. This is a book of practical advice for any Heathen involved in building and maintaining a Heathen Kindred or Tribe.< Less
Heathen Tribes By Mark Stinson
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Heathens follow the pre-Christian indigenous beliefs of Northern Europe. We honor our Gods, our Ancestors, and nature spirits called the Vaettir, in much the same way as our Northern European... More > Ancestors. Heathenry is a traditional Folkway, with a strong focus on our families and living this life to its fullest. This book is a collection of over 60 essays concerning the Folkway of our People and the Tribes we build. Heathen Tribes includes a chapter for new Kindreds and Tribes, chapters on roles and responsibilities within a Tribe, building regional bonds between Tribes, a chapter on heathen families, and the book even includes an example of kindred by-laws that you can adapt to your own use. This is a book of practical advice for any Heathen involved in building and maintaining a Heathen Kindred or Tribe.< Less
Idunna #59 By The Troth
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Issue #59 of IDUNNA (Spring 2004) discusses the goddess Ostara and her feast. Kurt Oertel and Jordsvin each review what's known about Ostara, Ben Waggoner reviews Indo-European goddesses of the dawn... More > and spring, Janice Burgess writes about eggs in folklore, and Diana Paxson presents a ritual script for the Ostara holiday. And you'll find book and music reviews, columns, recipes, and much more.< Less
Idunna #77 By The Troth
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The Autumn 2008 issue of IDUNNA, number 77, focuses on Finland. Featured here are Jessica McMahan's Finland travelogue and articles on folk beliefs, Ben Waggoner's translation and commentary on a... More > 9th-century Norseman's journey to the farthest north, Victoria Clare's essay on Saami drums, and Diana Paxson on children's games from Finland. And there's plenty more: columns, book and music reviews, herb lore, interviews, photos and artwork (including a splendid color cover)!< 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
Heathen Gods By Mark Stinson
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Heathens follow the pre-Christian indigenous beliefs of Northern Europe. We honor our Gods, our Ancestors, and nature spirits called the Vaettir, in much the same way as our Northern European... More > Ancestors. Heathenry is a traditional Folkway, with a strong focus on our families and living this life to its fullest. This book is a collection of 66 essays and 5 poems concerning the Folkway of our People. Heathen Gods includes a chapter for new heathens, chapters on starting, building, maintaining and protecting kindreds and tribes, a chapter on living a heathen life, and a travel journal from a 2009 trip to Iceland.< Less
Idunna #77 By The Troth
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The Autumn 2008 issue of IDUNNA, number 77, focuses on Finland. Featured here are Jessica McMahan's Finland travelogue and articles on folk beliefs, Ben Waggoner's translation and commentary on a... More > 9th-century Norseman's journey to the farthest north, Victoria Clare's essay on Saami drums, and Diana Paxson on children's games from Finland. And there's plenty more: columns, book and music reviews, herb lore, interviews, photos and artwork (including a splendid color cover)!< 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
Rígsthula: A New Translation By Ben Waggoner
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The Old Norse poem Rígsthula preserves an ancient myth about the origins of humanity through the divine inspiration of the god Heimdall, also known as Ríg. This new English translation,... More > with full notes and commentary, brings this myth to new life, and invites readers to reflect on the human condition—then, and now. For every new copy of this edition that is purchased, The Troth will donate one copy for outreach to prisons and the military.< Less
Hávamál: A New Translation By Ben Waggoner
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The Hávamál, or "Speech of the High One", is an Old Norse poem that relates wise counsel and ancient myths, spoken by the god Odin. The Hávamál is the... More > centerpiece of the collection known as the Poetic Edda. This new translation brings the poem's timeless wisdom to life. For every new copy of this edition that is purchased, The Troth will donate one copy for outreach to prisons and the military.< Less

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Cardboard Cardboard By Patrick G. Redford
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