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Miscellaneous Studies Towards the Cult of Ódinn By Stephan Grundy
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A companion volume to The Cult of Ódinn: God of Death?, Miscellaneous Studies towards the Cult of Ódinn can also stand on its own, as a scholarly study of aspects of the nature of the... More > god of the Germanic-speaking peoples known as Odin, Ódinn, Woden, Wuotan, and still more names. Miscellaneous Studies was originally published in 1994, and the Troth takes great pride in being able to make it available again. Odin's attributes in the myths -- his spear, his cloak, his horse -- are discussed in full. His relationship to the widespread European legend of the Wild Hunt and the Furious Host is explored, and his many names in Old Norse poetry are listed and explained. This is an excellent book for anyone who seeks to understand the nature of the ancient and enigmatic god.< Less
Miscellaneous Studies Towards the Cult of Ódinn By Stephan Grundy
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A companion volume to The Cult of Ódinn: God of Death?, Miscellaneous Studies towards the Cult of Ódinn can also stand on its own, as a scholarly study of aspects of the nature of the... More > god of the Germanic-speaking peoples known as Odin, Ódinn, Woden, Wuotan, and still more names. Miscellaneous Studies was originally published in 1994, and the Troth takes great pride in being able to make it available again. Odin's attributes in the myths -- his spear, his cloak, his horse -- are discussed in full. His relationship to the widespread European legend of the Wild Hunt and the Furious Host is explored, and his many names in Old Norse poetry are listed and explained. This is an excellent book for anyone who seeks to understand the nature of the ancient and enigmatic god.< Less
The Cult of Ódinn: God of Death? By Stephan Grundy
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Odin, Ódinn, Woden. . . Many are the names of this god of the pagan Norse, Anglo-Saxons, and kindred peoples. Those who worshipped him saw him as a god who could give victory in battle,... More > inspire poets, bring madness and fury, found kingly lineages and protect rulers. . . but what was his truest nature? Originally written in 1995, and almost completely unavailable for many years, The Cult of Ódinn is one of the most thorough and comprehensive studies of this famous, yet still deeply mysterious god. Dr. Grundy brings together an immense amount of primary source materials and modern scholarship to give us the most detailed picture possible of how Odin's folk once understood their god.< Less
Idunna #96 By The Troth
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Heathens do, in fact, have a sense of humor. . . as IDUNNA #96 (Summer 2013) amply proves. Ben Waggoner translates a funny story (with serious roots) from the medieval manuscript Flateyjarbók,... More > "The Tale of Völsi". We have Part Four of Kveldúlfr Gundarson's study of the god Loki, "Loki's Place in Heathenry Today." There's plenty of jokes, ranging from snappy one-liners to witty poems, together with humorous retellings of myths by Hannah Lipsky and Hillary Ayer. In a slightly more serious vein, Shane Hultquist reports on the 2012 Hall and Horn Gathering, Rob Schreiwer describes the Troth's new In-Reach program, and Nichole Mann gives us some tips on physical fitness. And there's all the usual columns, a children's story, recipes, book and music reviews, and more -- all served with a dash of Heathen humor!< Less
Idunna #96 By The Troth
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Heathens do, in fact, have a sense of humor. . . as IDUNNA #96 (Summer 2013) amply proves. Ben Waggoner translates a funny story (with serious roots) from the medieval manuscript Flateyjarbók,... More > "The Tale of Völsi". We have Part Four of Kveldúlfr Gundarson's study of the god Loki, "Loki's Place in Heathenry Today." There's plenty of jokes, ranging from snappy one-liners to witty poems, together with humorous retellings of myths by Hannah Lipsky and Hillary Ayer. In a slightly more serious vein, Shane Hultquist reports on the 2012 Hall and Horn Gathering, Rob Schreiwer describes the Troth's new In-Reach program, and Nichole Mann gives us some tips on physical fitness. And there's all the usual columns, a children's story, recipes, book and music reviews, and more -- all served with a dash of Heathen humor!< Less
The Cult of Ódinn: God of Death? By Stephan Grundy
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Odin, Ódinn, Woden. . . Many are the names of this god of the pagan Norse, Anglo-Saxons, and kindred peoples. Those who worshipped him saw him as a god who could give victory in battle,... More > inspire poets, bring madness and fury, found kingly lineages and protect rulers. . . but what was his truest nature? Originally written in 1995, and almost completely unavailable for many years, The Cult of Ódinn is one of the most thorough and comprehensive studies of this famous, yet still deeply mysterious god. Dr. Grundy brings together an immense amount of primary source materials and modern scholarship to give us the most detailed picture possible of how Odin's folk once understood their god.< Less
Idunna #95 By The Troth
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Issue #95 of IDUNNA, published in Spring 2013, focuses on "Wights" -- the many beings that inhabit the land and human homes: dwarves, álfar, housewights, and so on. Winifred Hodge... More > Rose discusses landwights and human ecology, and also tells us about her housewight; Jennifer Lawrence writes about serving the landwights; Ben Waggoner presents a translation of the old tale of King Olaf Geirstad-Alf; and Birgit Knorr discusses the dwarves in J. R. R. Tolkien's Hobbit and their origins in Old Norse lore. Kveldulf Gundarsson contributes part III of his series "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", and guest author H. S. Holtson makes a strong case for linking ancient heathen religion and modern environmentalism. And you'll also find book and music reviews, poetry, herbal lore, our usual columns, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #95 By The Troth
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Issue #95 of IDUNNA, published in Spring 2013, focuses on "Wights" -- the many beings that inhabit the land and human homes: dwarves, álfar, housewights, and so on. Winifred Hodge... More > Rose discusses landwights and human ecology, and also tells us about her housewight; Jennifer Lawrence writes about serving the landwights; Ben Waggoner presents a translation of the old tale of King Olaf Geirstad-Alf; and Birgit Knorr discusses the dwarves in J. R. R. Tolkien's Hobbit and their origins in Old Norse lore. Kveldulf Gundarsson contributes part III of his series "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", and guest author H. S. Holtson makes a strong case for linking ancient heathen religion and modern environmentalism. And you'll also find book and music reviews, poetry, herbal lore, our usual columns, news from the Heathen community, and more!< Less
Idunna #94 By The Troth
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The Winter 2012 issue of IDUNNA magazine, issue #94, focused on the Norse god Ullr, god of hunting, winter, and skiing. Ben Waggoner writes about Ullr and the history of skiing in Scandinavia, and... More > Leticia Andreas tells about her visit to the archaeological site of Haithabu, or Hedeby, an important Viking-era port and trading town. Kveldulf Gundarsson gives us Part II of his long study, "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", while John T. Mainer entertains with his children's story "Vargus the Vegetarian Troll". This issue also features poetry, book and music reviews, herb lore, recipes, news and events, our regular columns, and more!< Less
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The Winter 2012 issue of IDUNNA magazine, issue #94, focused on the Norse god Ullr, god of hunting, winter, and skiing. Ben Waggoner writes about Ullr and the history of skiing in Scandinavia, and... More > Leticia Andreas tells about her visit to the archaeological site of Haithabu, or Hedeby, an important Viking-era port and trading town. Kveldulf Gundarsson gives us Part II of his long study, "Loki's Role in the Northern Religions", while John T. Mainer entertains with his children's story "Vargus the Vegetarian Troll". This issue also features poetry, book and music reviews, herb lore, recipes, news and events, our regular columns, and more!< Less