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Heathen Garb and Gear: Ritual Dress, Tools, and Art for the Practice of Germanic Heathenry By Ben Waggoner et al.
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The Vikings, Anglo-Saxons, Germanic tribes, Goths, and other Germanic-speaking tribes are renowned today in myth, legend, and popular culture. But how did they live? What did they wear? How did they... More > worship? What did they eat? And how did their traditional ways of life reflect their spiritual beliefs? Heathen Garb and Gear takes you on a tour of the world that our forebears knew. More importantly, it shows you how their ways of dressing and living—from weaving woolen cloth and cooking food, to making music and taking steam baths—are reflected in the myths and traditions that have come down to us. Anyone who’s ever wanted to wear Viking clothing, or serve authentic Viking feasts, will find plenty of practical tips here. But even if you’re not interested in re-enacting the old ways, you’ll find much vital information and inspiration for the practice of Heathenry as a living religious tradition.< Less
Heathen Garb and Gear: Ritual Dress, Tools, and Art for the Practice of Germanic Heathenry By Ben Waggoner et al.
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The Vikings, Anglo-Saxons, Germanic tribes, Goths, and other Germanic-speaking tribes are renowned today in myth, legend, and popular culture. But how did they live? What did they wear? How did they... More > worship? What did they eat? And how did their traditional ways of life reflect their spiritual beliefs? Heathen Garb and Gear takes you on a tour of the world that our forebears knew. More importantly, it shows you how their ways of dressing and living—from weaving woolen cloth and cooking food, to making music and taking steam baths—are reflected in the myths and traditions that have come down to us. Anyone who’s ever wanted to wear Viking clothing, or serve authentic Viking feasts, will find plenty of practical tips here. But even if you’re not interested in re-enacting the old ways, you’ll find much vital information and inspiration for the practice of Heathenry as a living religious tradition.< Less
Heathen Garb and Gear: Ritual Dress, Tools, and Art for the Practice of Germanic Heathenry By Ben Waggoner et al.
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The Vikings, Anglo-Saxons, Germanic tribes, Goths, and other Germanic-speaking tribes are renowned today in myth, legend, and popular culture. But how did they live? What did they wear? How did they... More > worship? What did they eat? And how did their traditional ways of life reflect their spiritual beliefs? Heathen Garb and Gear takes you on a tour of the world that our forebears knew. More importantly, it shows you how their ways of dressing and living—from weaving woolen cloth and cooking food, to making music and taking steam baths—are reflected in the myths and traditions that have come down to us. Anyone who’s ever wanted to wear Viking clothing, or serve authentic Viking feasts, will find plenty of practical tips here. But even if you’re not interested in re-enacting the old ways, you’ll find much vital information and inspiration for the practice of Heathenry as a living religious tradition.< Less
The Sagas of Ragnar Lodbrok By Ben Waggoner
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Although based on historical persons from the 9th century, Ragnar Lodbrok and his sons are the subjects of compelling legends dating from the Viking era. Warriors, raiders, and rulers, Ragnar and his... More > sons inspired unknown writers to set down their stories over seven centuries ago. This volume presents new and original translations of the three major Old Norse texts that tell Ragnar's story: the Saga of Ragnar Lodbrok, the Tale of Ragnar's Sons, and the Sögubrot. Ragnar's death song, the Krákumál, and a Latin fragment called the List of Swedish Kings, complete the story. Extensive notes and commentary are provided, helping the reader to enter the world of these timeless stories of Viking adventure.< Less
Idunna #113 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #113 (Fall 2017) focused on Nehalennia, a goddess worshipped in the Netherlands in Roman times. Birgit Knorr's "Nehalennia: Lady of the Low Lands" reviews what we know of this... More > goddess and tells of a visit to her rebuilt temple in the town of Colijnsplaat. Several members had other travels to tell of: Amanda Leigh-Hawkins reported from Frith Forge, an international conference of inclusive Heathens, and John Hyatt recounted his travels on the Sacred Sites Tour, a tour of archaeologically and spiritually important sites in Germany. G. David Nordley tells about the recently discovered star Fafnir in the constellation Draco, and Ben Waggoner provides the first installment of his translation of Faereyinga saga, and his translation of the "Tale of Thorvard Crow-Beak." John T. Mainer contributes his short story, "No Thing Not Earned." And there's the usual columns, book reviews, artwork, poetry, and more!< Less
Idunna #113 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #113 (Fall 2017) focused on Nehalennia, a goddess worshipped in the Netherlands in Roman times. Birgit Knorr's "Nehalennia: Lady of the Low Lands" reviews what we know of this... More > goddess and tells of a visit to her rebuilt temple in the town of Colijnsplaat. Several members had other travels to tell of: Amanda Leigh-Hawkins reported from Frith Forge, an international conference of inclusive Heathens, and John Hyatt recounted his travels on the Sacred Sites Tour, a tour of archaeologically and spiritually important sites in Germany. G. David Nordley tells about the recently discovered star Fafnir in the constellation Draco, and Ben Waggoner provides the first installment of his translation of Faereyinga saga, and his translation of the "Tale of Thorvard Crow-Beak." John T. Mainer contributes his short story, "No Thing Not Earned." And there's the usual columns, book reviews, artwork, poetry, and more!< Less
Idunna #112 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #112 (Summer 2017) is a tribute to Alex Jerome, also known as Gamlinginn, and the heathen temple (hof) that he had built, "Thorshof". We reprinted one of his best-known essays,... More > "Race and Religion"; Susan Jerome presents his life story, and Diana Paxson describes Thorshof in words and pictures. There's also a report on Trothmoot 2017, a short story, "Gallows Tested", by John Mainer, and another story, "Paint", by Steve Abell. Plus there's all the usual columns, book reviews, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #112 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #112 (Summer 2017) is a tribute to Alex Jerome, also known as Gamlinginn, and the heathen temple (hof) that he had built, "Thorshof". We reprinted one of his best-known essays,... More > "Race and Religion"; Susan Jerome presents his life story, and Diana Paxson describes Thorshof in words and pictures. There's also a report on Trothmoot 2017, a short story, "Gallows Tested", by John Mainer, and another story, "Paint", by Steve Abell. Plus there's all the usual columns, book reviews, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #110 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #111 (Winter 2017) focused on the theme of "Othala"—the name of one of the rune letters, and a word meaning "heritage" or "ancestral homestead", more or... More > less. Several members contribute their thoughts on the meaning of Othala today. Diana Paxson writes about the Germanic peoples' migrations of the early Middle Ages. Winifred Hodge Rose reflects on her family heritage. Rory Bowman takes an unflinching look at the misuse of the concept of Othala by explicitly and covertly racist "Heathen" groups. Henrik Hallgren and Kim Pieri both write about stone settings in Scandinavia—figures made by setting large stones in the earth. Ben Waggoner contributes Part 1 of the Saga of King Hálf and his Warband, as well as two Old English riddles from the Exeter Book. And we have book reviews, recipes, our usual columns, news and announcements from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #110 By The Troth
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IDUNNA #111 (Winter 2017) focused on the theme of "Othala"—the name of one of the rune letters, and a word meaning "heritage" or "ancestral homestead", more or... More > less. Several members contribute their thoughts on the meaning of Othala today. Diana Paxson writes about the Germanic peoples' migrations of the early Middle Ages. Winifred Hodge Rose reflects on her family heritage. Rory Bowman takes an unflinching look at the misuse of the concept of Othala by explicitly and covertly racist "Heathen" groups. Henrik Hallgren and Kim Pieri both write about stone settings in Scandinavia—figures made by setting large stones in the earth. Ben Waggoner contributes Part 1 of the Saga of King Hálf and his Warband, as well as two Old English riddles from the Exeter Book. And we have book reviews, recipes, our usual columns, news and announcements from the Heathen community, and more!< Less