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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 #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 #103 By The Troth
Paperback: $6.00
Prints in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
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