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In Frith,


You have sown so we might reap,

you have fought for our peace.
You invented our culture,
gained our rights so wed be free.
All the things that we take granted
once were won by sweat and toil.

Forebears, let us honor you

by using well your gifts to us!
Ancestors, let our lives
shine forth your works, and build on them;
respect your ash, but more important,
keep and feed your living flame.
Michaela Macha

Our Troth Volume 1 $38
Kveldulf Gundarsson, 584 pages
Our Troth is the single most comprehensive book available on
the reborn religion of Heathenry -- the pre-Christian religion of
the Germanic peoples. Volume 1 covers the history and lore of
Heathen religion, with information on the Gods, Goddesses, and
other beings that receive honor and worship, and the ethics of
being Heathen.

Our Troth Volume 2 $38

Kveldulf Gundarsson, 598 pages
This volume continues the scholarly yet accessible style of the
first. While the first covered the history and lore, this covers the
practicalities of following an active Heathen life. It instead
discusses very comprehensively every issue likely to arise in
life, ritual, and community, with a focus on both common sense
in the modern world, and the historical usages in the literature.
From weapons and alcohol at gatherings, to same sex partnerships, each facet
of Heathen life is viewed both from the old sources, and the modern realities,
creating a sensible and workable approach to being a Heathen without making
oneself irrelevant or hostile to the modern world .



Dictionary of Northern Mythology $55

Rudolf Simek, Angela Hall, 438 pages
In compiling this dictionary Rudolf Simek has made the fullest
possible use of the information available -Christian accounts,
Eddic lays, the Elder Edda, runic inscriptions, Roman authors
(especially Tacitus), votive stones, place names and
archaeological discoveries. He has adhered throughout to a
broad definition of mythology which presents the beliefs of the
heathen Germanic tribes entirely: tales of the gods, beings from lower levels of
belief: elves, dwarfs and giants; the beginning and end of the world; creation of
man, death and the afterlife; cult, burial customs and magic - an entire history of
Germanic religion.

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Book of Blotar $37
418 pages
This tome contains sixty rituals as well as explanations,
definitions and commentary. A compilation of work from a
broad group for heathen sources. A must for both aspiring and
established gothar. Comb bound.

Our Fathers' Godsaga: Retold for the Young $32

Viktor Rydberg & William P. Reaves, 223 pages
An epic introduction to Norse mythology for students of all
ages. Based on the research of the 19th century Swedish
scholar, Viktor Rydberg, Our Fathers' Godsaga retells the
mythology of Northern Europe in chronological order from
Creation to Ragnark. These are tales told by Vikings, tales of
gods and giants, elves and dwarves, and how their interaction
and wars affect the first generations of human beings in the North. This is an
original translation of Viktor Rydberg's Fdernas Gudasaga, his own retelling of
the complete Norse mythic epic, first published in 1887, and many times since.
The text includes a complete catalog of mythic names & the original artwork from
the 1911 German translation. This classic Swedish text appears in English now
for the first time.

Northern Tradition for the Solitary Practitioner: A Book

of Prayer, Devotional Practice, and the Nine
Worlds of the Spirit $27
Galina Krasskova and Raven Kaldera, 254 pages
Northern Tradition for the Solitary Practitioner is a ground-
breaking look at the development of devotional work within the
body of polytheistic religious traditions, ranging from Theodism
to Asatru to Norse Paganism, that comprise the greater
umbrella of the Northern Tradition. Features an in-depth
exploration of altar work, prayer, prayer beads, ritual work, sacred images, lore,
and a thorough examination of the common core cosmology that forms the
foundation of belief for the vast expanse of Northern Tradition communities.
Northern Tradition for the Solitary Practitioner is not denomination-specific:
rather, it seeks to provide an entry into interior practice for anyone involved in a
branch of this broad family of traditions of the ancient Norse, Germanic, and
Saxon peoples, using material suitable for the solitary, independent practitioner.
This important new title can be seen as a companion book to Galina Krasskovas
Exploring the Northern Tradition or it can stand entirely on its own.

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The Poetic Edda $28
Lee, M. Hollander, 375 pages
The Poetic Edda comprises a treasure trove of mythic and
spiritual verse holding an important place in Nordic culture,
literature, and heritage. Its tales of strife and death form a
repository, in poetic form, of Norse mythology and heroic lore,
embodying both the ethical views and the cultural life of the North
during the late heathen and early Christian times.

The Poetic Edda Study Workbook $22

Created by John Post
A companion to Lee M. Hollanders The Poetic Edda, this
workbook will assist the student in gaining a more in-depth
knowledge and understanding of this holy work. Contains over
20 sections, complete with answer keys.


The Poetic Edda: The Mythological Poems $20
Translated by Henry Adams Bellows, 288 pages
The vibrant Old Norse poems in this 13th-century collection
recapture the ancient oral traditions of the Norsemen. These
mythological poems include the Voluspo, one of the broadest
literary conceptions of the world's creation and ultimate
destruction; the Lokasenna, a comedy bursting with vivid
characterizations; and more.

The Poetic Edda: The Heroic Poems $19

Translated by Henry Adams Bellows, 336 pages
The companion volume to The Poetic Edda: The Mythological
Poems, this vibrant compilation presents the heroic sagas of
Scandinavias ancient oral traditions. There timeless legends of
superhuman warriors and doomed lovers have inspired storytellers
such as Richard Wagner and J. R. R. Tolkien and continue to
enchant modern readers.
The Prose Edda $20
Snorri Sturlson, Arthur Gilchrist Brodeur, 266 pages
The wellspring for modern knowledge of Norse mythology, these
legends of gods and heroes were created to preserve the
Vikings' narrative style from European influence. Edda means
"poetic art," and this guidebook for Icelandic poets has been a
timeless inspiration for generations of readers, including
Wagner, Borges, and Tolkien.
**Not Pictured: Penguin Edition of The Prose Edda $20
Translators - Snorri Sturluson, Tr. by Jesse L. Byock
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Runes From The Woodpile $27
John Post and G. Scott Tolley, 209 pages
Newly edited, easy to read and comprehend, this book
contains basic knowledge and wisdom of the Elder
Futhark, and perhaps, a guide toward that place wherein
the keys to unlocking more. Fastback bound.

Runes From The Woodpile Workbook $17

John Post and G. Scott Tolley, 32 pages
The perfect companion to Runes From the Woodpile, a
workbook to assist the reader in gaining a basic
comprehension of the runes.



Runes: Theory & Practice $25

Galina Krasskova, 224 pages
Runes: Theory & Practice provides a thorough examination of
the Norse runes. It will enable a beginner to delve effectively
into their usage, but will also challenge the experienced rune-
worker to better and deepen his or her understanding of these
mysteries. Runes: Theory & Practice begins with an explication
of the story of Odin, the Norse god who won the runes by
sacrificing himself on the World Tree. It continues by
examining each of the individual runes in turn, both the Elder
Futhark and the lesser-known Anglo-Saxon Futhorc, studied not only from a
historical viewpoint, but also from the perspective of a modern practitioner. You
will be introduced to the practice of galdr, the proper way to sacrifice to the runes,
as well as to their magical usage and the art of reading for divination.

Futhark: A Handbook of Rune Magic $36

Edred Thorsson, 156 pages
"The runes embody the greatest and the smallest secrets
of nature, and they are themselves the keys to those
secrets-- for they are indeed the secrets themselves." This
complete book of rune instruction by Edred Thorsson
includes rune history and lore, its basis in metaphysical
thought and mysticism, complete definitions of the 24
runes of the Elder Futhark, the etymology, phonetic value
and interpretation for each rune. The reader is shown how
to perform chants and rituals using runic energy, how to
sign and send runes, and given suggestions for runic meditation.

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Runelore $25
Combining historical lore with esoteric investigation, Runelore
dispels most of the misconceptions fostered by recent books
that purport to explore the runic tradition. A rune is a magical
word. It is a self-created viewpoint, and it cannot be
communicated through profane or natural speech. It is a
magical word that is whispered in our ear by the dhinn within.
The language of the runes combines folklore, linguistics, the
history of religion and magic.

Runecasters Handbook $38

Edred Thorsson, 129 pages
The word rune means mystery and casting the runes
enables the runecaster to penetrate the mystery of the
relationship between the gods and humans, and between
external and internal environments. Thorsson traces the
evolution of runecasting to the present in order to restore
runework to its historical, spiritual and cosmological

The Secret Of The Runes $28

Guido Von List, 131 pages
Renowned as an expert in Indo-European Germanic
linguistics and mythology, Guido Von List was the undisputed
high priest of the Germanic occult renaissance of the early
twentieth century. Here, for the first time in English
translation, is his original 1908 work on the ancient Germanic-
Runic alphabet.

Taking Up The Runes $38

Diana Paxson, 432 pages
In Taking Up the Runes, Paxson delves into the ancient
historical meaning of each rune and explains their
contemporary uses and meanings. We discover that the real
power of runes comes from inside ourselves when we find the
wisdom and power within each symbol and internalize them.
Taking Up the Runes is the ultimate workbook for using the
runes on a psychic, spiritual, and magical level. Learn how to
make your own rune set and how to use the runes in guided
meditations and song.

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Runes For Transformation $28
Kaedrich Olsen. 224 pages
Runic scholar Kaedrich Olsen reclaims the transformative
power of the runes for readers today as a key to unlocking our
potential for personal growth and our life's vision. Runes for
Transformation is unlike any other rune book on the market,
with Olsen's unique techniques and applications for this ancient
alphabet including affirmations, NLP, visualizations, and
meditation, as well as the historical background essential to
embarking on this path.

Trance-Portation: Learning to Navigate the Inner

World $32
Diana Paxson, 277 pages
The ability to move from the ordinary into an altered state of
consciousness is one of the most valuable skills in both
magic and religion. From the ceremonial magician to the
shaman, using trance work to explore inner realms is
essential to the magical process of healing, transcendence,
and wisdom desired throughout spiritual traditions. Trance-
Portation offers a comprehensive and multi-spirited way to
enter the inner realm.

Astral Projection for Beginners $32

Edain McCoy, 235 pages
Gain spiritual understanding and growth as you travel through
time, and explore other dimensions. Written for beginners,
this book provides step-by-step directions for safe and proven
astral projection techniques. In your astral body, you can
travel to different times and eras, view your reunite with
departed loved ones and receive direction from your spirit

Instant Magick: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Spellcraft $28

Christopher Penczak, 197 pages
What if you could practice magick anytime, without the use of
ceremonial spells, altars, or magickal tools? Items such as
candles and special ingredients are necessary to perform many
types of magick, but these items aren't always feasible or even
available. The purest form of magick-tapping into your own
energetic awareness to create change-is accessible simply
through the power of your will.

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The Anglo Saxon Chronicle $27
James H. Ford and James Ingram, 174 pages
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle is an account of the early
history of Britain. It was originally compiled on the orders of
King Alfred the Great, approximately A.D. 890, and
subsequently maintained and added to by generations of
anonymous scribes until the middle of the 12th Century. The
original language is Anglo-Saxon (Old English), but later
entries are essentially Middle English in tone. Covers may

Northern Mysteries & Magick $27

Freya Aswynn, 251 pages
Long overdue, balanced view of Northern Religion that includes
the sorely neglected feminine aspects of Norse Mythology:
Chapters on runic divination, and magic introduce the use of
runes in counseling and healing.

Exploring The Northern Tradition $24

Galina Krasskova, 224 pages
Exploring the Northern Tradition is an introduction to the modern
reconstruction of the ancient religion of the Germanic and
Scandinavian peoples. This book provides a thorough guide to
the cosmology, values, ethics, and rituals practiced by modern

Myths of the Norsemen $25

H.A. Guerber, 480 pages
Wonderful collection of age-old tales assembled by noted
scholar and folklore expert. Myths tell of the creation of the
world; the deeds of such gods and heroes as Odin, Thor and
Siegfried; the machinations of the evil Loki; and more.
Entertaining and readable, these tales offer a striking
presentation of the ancient Germanic and Scandinavian myths
that have helped shape the literature and cultures of the
modern West.

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The Norse Myths $28
Kevin Crossley-Holland, 276 pages
Drawing on a wide variety of sources, the author has re-
created 32 classic Norse Myths that compete in power with
Greek mythology.

Gods & Myths of Northern Europe $24

H.R. Ellis Davidson, 251 pages
This study is the work of a scholar who has long specialized in
Norse and Germanic mythology. She describes the more
familiar gods of war, of fertility, of the sky and the sea and the
dead, and also discusses those most puzzling figures of Norse
mythology Heimdall, Balder and Loki.

Nordic Gods & Heroes $24

Padraic Colum, 282 pages
Rich selection of age-old legends concerning the gods and
goddesses who dwell in Asgard, their problems with the
mischievous Loki, the exploits of Odin and Thor, the story of
Sigurd, the winning of Brynhild, the twilight of the gods and

Christian Mythology: Revelations of Pagan Origins $25

Philippe Walter, 224 pages
Reveals how Christian mythology has more to do with long-
standing pagan traditions than the Bible. In this extensive study of
the Christian mythology that animated Europe in the Middle Ages,
author Philippe Walter reveals how these stories and the holiday
traditions connected with them are based on long-standing pagan
rituals and myths and have very little connection to the Bible.
Explains how the church fathers knowingly incorporated pagan elements into the
Christian faith to ease the transition to the new religion Identifies pagan deities
that were incorporated into each of the saints Shows how all the major holidays
in the Christian calendar are modeled on pagan rituals and myths, including
Easter and Christmas.

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Popular Tales From Norse Mythology $26
George Webbe Dasent, 327 pages
Full of giants, trolls, heroes, and beautiful princesses, these 42
folktales include such favorites as "Temptations," "The
Magician's Pupil," "Legend of Tannhuser," "The Outlaw," "The
Widow's Son," and "The Goatherd."

The Masks of Odin

Elsa-Brita Titchenell, 294 pages
This book opens up a time capsule which has been sealed
for ages, revealing the knowledge of a remote antiquity
when science, philosophy and religion were one. Herein the
Norse Edda is scrutinized and its tales of gods and heroes,
elves and dwarves are decoded, using theosophical keys,
to yield an overview of cosmic cycles of life on the many
levels of the World Tree.

Baldrs Magic $24

Nicholas Brink, 320 pages
A guide to using ecstatic trance to connect with your ancestors,
rediscover your extrasensory powers, and reclaim the peaceful
nature of humanity. Illustrates ecstatic trance postures to
connect with the ancient Nordic people, to journey to exact
points in time, and to access powers such as seeing into our
future. Explains how the coming new age of peace and
veneration for Mother Earth was predicted in Norse mythology
as the rebirth of the compassionate god Baldr.

Rites of Odin $30

Ed Fitch, 333 pages
The ancient Norse knew a rough magic drawn from the
beautiful grandeur of vast mountains and deep forests, from
the power of rolling oceans and thundering storms. This
religious and magical system of explorers, warriors and
hunters went with the Vikings to the New World and was
practiced across Europe and to the steppes of Central Asia.
The rites and beliefs that sustained the Norsemen have been
brought into the present in The Rites of Odin.

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Viking Age Iceland $28
Jesse L. Byock, 432 pages
The popular image of the Viking Age is of warlords and
marauding bands pillaging their way along the shores of Northern
Europe. This fascinating book shows that Norse society in
Iceland was actually an independent one; almost a republican
Free State, without warlords or kings. Combining history with
anthropology and archaeology, this remarkable study serves as a
valuable companion to the Icelandic sagas, exploring all aspects of Viking Age
life: feasting, farming, the power of chieftains and the church, marriage, and the
role of women. Byock reveals how the law courts favored compromise over
violence, and how the society grappled with proto-democratic tendencies.

Essential Asatru $24

Diana L. Paxson, 204 pages
In Essential Asatru, renowned author and priestess Diana Paxson
demystifies an ancient, rich, and often misunderstood religion,
and offers a practical guide for its modern followers. Filled with
clear, concise instructions on living Asatru every day, this truly
accessible guide takes you on a journey from Asatrus origins in
Scandinavian and German paganism to its acceptance as an official religion in
the 1970s. Essential Asatru also includes: A complete history of Asatru gods and
goddesses, including Odin, Thor, and Ostara , the life values, such as honor,
truth, fidelity, and hospitality, that shape Asatrus tenets. Essential Asatru is an
elegant and splendid introduction to a millennia-old religion that continues to
enrich and fascinate its followers today.

Pagan Paths: A Guide to Wicca, Druidry, $25

Asatru, Shamanism and Other Pagan Practices
Pete Jennings, 192 pages
Paganism, which has its roots in the ancient nature religions, is
one of the fastest growing movements in the West today. As
such, it is a collection of spiritual paths that express their
beliefs in subtly different ways, explored here in this illuminating
guide. Discover the natural beliefs and practices of Wicca,
Hedgewitch traditions, Druidry, Shamanism, Asatru, Mystery
Groups, and Eclectic Paganismas well as the Pagan approach to magic and
the significance of sacred lives.

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Icelandic-English, English/Icelandic Dictionary $24
Arnold R. Taylor, 177 pages
Over 10,000 entries in a concise and easy to use format,
alphabetical listing in both languages, lists English irregular
plurals and irregular English verbs, states gender of Icelandic
nouns, a rare and valuable resource.

The Warrior Diet $28

Ori Hofmekler, 312 pages
In The Warrior Diet, Hofmekler looks backward to the primal
habits of early cultures such as nomads and hunter-gatherers.
Mimic the classical warrior mode of cycling working and eating
sparingly during the day and filling up at night. Specific elements
include the Warrior Diet Nutritional Program and the Controlled
Fatigue Training Program, literally reshaping the body and mind.
Readers learn how to attain enduring vigor, explosive strength, a better
appearance and increased vitality and health.

Egils Saga $24

Bernard Scudder, Svanhildur Oskarsdottir, 288 pages
Egils Saga tells the story of the long and brutal life of tenth-century
warrior-poet and farmer Egil Skallagrimsson: This Icelandic saga
recounts Egils progression from youthful savagery to mature wisdom
struggling to defend his honor in a running feud with the Norwegian
king Erik Bloodaxe and fight for the English king Athelstan in his
battles against Scotland.

Eyrbyggja Saga $26

Paul Edwards, Hermann Plsson, 192 pages
Mixing realism with wild Gothic imagination, history with eerie tales of
hauntings, it dramatizes a thirteenth-century view of the past, from the
pagan anarchy of the Viking Age to the settlement of Iceland, the
coming of Christianity and the beginnings of organized society. Its
central figure is Snorri, a man so perplexingly ambiguous that the
narrator himself is drawn to speculate on his motives and a character
who brilliantly epitomizes the violent stresses of his times.

Gisli Sursson's Saga & the Saga of the People of Eyri

Martin Regal, Judy Quinn, Vesteinn Olason, 304 pages $32
Based on oral tales that originated from historical events in tenth-
century Iceland, these two sagas follow the fate of a powerful Viking
family across two generations, from its early Norwegian ancestry to
fierce battles to defend its honor.

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Hrafnkels Saga & Other Icelandic Stories $ 27
Hermann Plsson, 144 pages
All seven stories in this volume date from the thirteenth century and
fall into two distinct groups: Hrafnkels Saga, Thorstein the Staff-
Struck and Ale Hood are set in the pastoral society of native
Iceland, the homely touch and stark realism giving the incidents a
strong feeling of immediacy. The remaining four, Hreidar the Fool,
Halldor Snorrason, Auduns Story and Ivars Story, were written
without first-hand knowledge of Scandinavia, and describe the
adventures of Icelandic poets and peasants at the royal courts of Norway and

King Harald's Saga $24

Snorri Sturluson, Magnus Magnusson, Hermann Plsson, 192
The biography of one of the most remarkable and memorable of the
medieval kings of Norway, King Haralds Saga forms part of the
Heimskringla, a complete history of Norway from prehistoric times
to 1177, by the prolific Icelandic historian Snorri Sturluson. It
records the turbulent life of King Harald Hardradi of Norway, who
served and fought in every corner of Europe, from Russia to Sicily.

Laxdla Saga $27

Magnus Magnusson, Hermann Plsson, 272 pages
Composed by an unknown author (c. 1245) at a time when the
Age of Chivalry was in its fullest flower in continental Europe,
Laxdla Saga is a dynastic chronicle that sweeps from
generation to generation across 150 years of Icelands early
history. It is best known for the story of Gudrun Osvifs daughter,
the imperious beauty forced to marry her lovers best friend, who is
enshrined forever in the gallery of great tragic-romantic heroines of
world literature.

Njals Saga $25

Leifur Eiricksson, 432 pages
Written in the thirteenth century, Njal's Saga is a story that explores
human problems - from failed marriages to divided loyalties, from
the law's inability to curb human passions to the terrible
consequences when decent men and women are swept up in a tide
of violence beyond their control. Full of dreams, strange
prophecies, violent power struggles, and fragile peace agreements,
Njal's Saga tells the compelling story of a fifty-year blood feud,
driven by passions familiar to us all.

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Orkneyinga Saga $26
Hermann Plsson, Paul Edwards, 256 pages
Written around AD 1200 by an unnamed Icelandic author, the only
medieval chronicle to have Orkney as the central place of action, it
tells of an era when the islands were still part of the Viking world,
beginning with their conquest by the kings of Norway in the ninth
century. The saga describes the subsequent history of the Earldom
of Orkney and the adventures of great Norsemen such as Sigurd
the Powerful, St Magnus the Martyr and Hrolf, the conqueror of

The Saga of King Hrolf Kraki $27

Jesse Byock, 144 pages
Composed in medieval Iceland, Hrolfs Saga recalls ancient
Scandinavia of the Migration Period when the warrior chieftain King
Hrolf ruled in Denmark. Hrolfs Saga recounts the tragedy of strife
within Denmarks royal hall, of powerful women and the exploits of
Hrolfs famous champions including Bodvar Bjarki, who strikingly
resembles Beowulf. Hrolfs Saga is full of wizards, sorceresses, and
beserker fighters, originally members of the cult of Odin.

The Saga of the Volsungs $27

Jesse Byock, 160 pages
Based on Viking Age poems and composed in thirteenth-century
Iceland, The Saga of the Volsungs combines mythology, legend,
and sheer human drama in telling of the heroic deeds of Sigurd the
dragon slayer, who acquires runic knowledge from one of Odin's
Valkyries. The saga is set in a very human world, incorporating oral
memories of the fourth and fifth centuries, when Attila the Hun and
other warriors fought on the northern frontiers of the Roman

Saga of the Jmsvikings $32

Lee M. Hollander, 116 pages
In A.D. 986, Earl Hkon, ruler of most of Norway, won a
triumphant victory over an invading fleet of Danes in the great
naval battle of Hjrunga Bay. Sailing under his banner were no
fewer than five Icelandic skalds, the poet-historians of the Old
Norse world. Two centuries later their accounts of the battle
became the basis for one of the liveliest of the Icelandic sagas,
with special emphasis on the doings of the Jmsvikings, the
famed members of a warrior community that feared no one and
dared all.

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The Saga of Grettir the Strong $27
Bernard Scudder, Ornolfur Thorsson, 320 pages
Composed at the end of the fourteenth century by an unknown
author, The Saga of Grettir the Strong is one of the last great
Icelandic sagas. With a mesmerizing combination of pagan ideals
and Christian faith, it relates the tale of Grettir, an eleventh-century
warrior struggling to hold on to the values of a heroic age as they
are eclipsed by Christianity and a more pastoral lifestyle.

The Sagas of Icelanders $35

Various, Jane Smiley, 782 pages
A unique body of medieval literature, the Sagas rank with the
world's greatest literary treasures--as epic as Homer, as deep in
tragedy as Sophocles, as engagingly human as Shakespeare:
Set around the turn of the last millennium, these stories depict
with an astonishingly modern realism the lives and deeds of the
Norse men and women who first settled Iceland and of their
descendants, who ventured further west--to Greenland and,
ultimately, the coast of North America itself.

The Vinland Sagas $35

Magnus Magnusson, Hermann Plsson, 128 pages
Both a record of a fascinating bit of history, and a rich and exciting
piece of literature: The two medieval lcelandic sagas translated in
this volume tell one of the most arresting stories in the history of
exploration the discovery of America by Norsemen five centuries
before Christopher Columbus. The Sagas describe how Eirk the
Red founded an Icelandic colony in Greenland and how his son,
Leif the Lucky, later sailed south to explore and if possible exploit
the chance discovery by Bjarni Herjolfsson of an unknown land.

Early Irish Myths & Sagas $26

Jeffrey Gantz, 288 pages
First written down in the eighth century AD, these early Irish
stories depict a far older world - part myth, part legend and part
history. Rich with magic and achingly beautiful, they speak of a
land of heroic battles, intense love and warrior ideals, in which
the otherworld is explored and men mingle freely with the gods.

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Heimskringla $48
Snorri Sturluson, 880 pages
Beginning with the dim prehistory of the mythical gods and
their descendants, Heimskringla recounts the history of the
kings of Norway through the reign of Olaf Haraldsson, who
became Norway's patron saint. Once found in most homes and
schools and still regarded as a national treasure, Heimskringla
influenced the thinking and literary style of Scandinavia over
several centuries.

History of the Danes, Books I 9 $25

Saxo Grammaticus, 183 pages
In the early years of the thirteenth century the Danish writer
Saxo Grammaticus provided his people with a dignified and
ambitious Latin account of the History of the Danes, an
account of their glorious past from the legendary kings and
heroes of Denmark to the historical present. It is one of the
major sources for the heroic and mythological traditions of
northern Europe, from the mythical past to the historical
present he collected the legends of Scandinavian gods and
heroes, and arranged their exploits in a series of `biographies' which ostensibly
formed an unbroken sequence. Fastback bound.

The Religion Of The Northmen $25

R. Keyser (Author), Barclay Pennock (Translator), 210
This scarce antiquarian book is included in our offerings.
Because this work is culturally important, we have made it
available as a part of our commitment to protecting,
preserving and promoting the world's literature. Unlike
other editions which have been released missing pages
including blurred facsimile reproductions, this work
contains original text religiously transcribed and
reproduced. Fastback bound.

Elves, Wights and Trolls $28

Kveldulf Gundarsson, 184 pages
The most complete study yet made of the various beings with
whom the Vikings shared their world, from the smallest spirits of
stones and plants to the great giants who strive against or aid
the Norse gods. Elves, dwarves, giants, wights dwelling in rocks
and oceans: these beings have been friends, foes, and even
lovers of humans, and often worked more closely with farming
and fishing folk on a daily basis than did the gods themselves.

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A Practical Guide to Asatr $30
Patricia M. Lafayllve
From its pre-Christian beginnings to its contemporary
practitioners, Heathenry has long fascinated people from
every corner of the world. Written from the unique
perspective of a Heathen gythja, or Godwoman, A Practical
Heathens Guide to Asatru shows how to bring the beliefs
and traditions of this ancient faith into your life today.

The Havamal $20

Compiled/translated by John Post, 74 pages
English, Swedish and Old English side by side
translations of The Sayings of Har, followed by
Danish and Icelandic translations. This book is in an
expanded format of 8 by 14. Includes color
illustrations. Fastback bound.

Beowulf $26
Howell D. Chickering, 464 pages
The first major poem in English literature, Beowulf tells the
story of the life and death of the legendary hero Beowulf in his
three great battles with supernatural monsters. The ideal
Anglo-Saxon warrior-aristocrat, Beowulf is an example of the
heroic spirit at its finest. Leading Beowulf scholar Chickerings,
fresh and lively translation allows the reader to encounter
Beowulf as poetry. This dual-language edition incorporates
recent scholarship and provides historical and literary context
for the modern reader.

Grendel $26
John Gardner , 192 pages
Grendel is a beautiful and heartbreaking modern
retelling of the Beowulf epic from the point of view of the
monster, Grendel, the villain of the 8th- century
Anglo-Saxon epic. This book benefits from both of
Gardner's careers: in addition to his work as a novelist,
Gardner was a noted professor of medieval literature and
a scholar of ancient languages.



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Neolithic Shamanism $28
Raven Kaldera and Galina Krasskova, 352 pgs
A step-by-step guide to working with the spirits of ancient
northern Europe which explains how to build relationships
with Earth, Sun, Moon, Plants, Animals, Water, fire, Craft,
Air, and the Ancestors through 83 practical exercises.
Explores the role of altered states in spirit work and outlines
the ancient cultural rules and taboos to avoid spiritual debt
or offense,

ALU, an Advanced Guide to Operative Runology $38

Edred Thorsson, 256 pages
This follow-up to the classic Futhark breaks new ground by
applying current scientific theories on how magic works in
traditional societies to the world of practical magic. ALU, An
Advanced Guide to Operative Runology contains completely
new and fresh descriptions of all the individual runes based
on traditional sources, rune-poems, Old Norse literature, and

Odinism: The Religion of Our Germanic Ancestors

In the Modern World $36
Wyatt Kaldenberg, 156 pages
Nine essays on the Heathen Revival and the Return of the
Age of Gods. This book advocates polytheism, family
centered traditions, ancestor worship, tribalism, and service
to the living Teutonic Gods. Kaldenbergs Odinism: The
Religion of Our Germanic Ancestors In the Modern World
covers such topics as the role of women in the spread of
tradition, culture, and technology in the ancient Northern
European world, contemporary Heathen opinions, feelings, and attitudes towards
Christians, Jews, Muslims, and other monotheists, how to prevent infighting
within the Heathen community, the nature of our living Gods, the concept of
separate realities, using Aelfin or elf-magic to connect with and bring forth the
dead, how to write Odinic prayers, blessings, and rituals, how to devote oneself
to our living Germanic Gods, and Odinic theology, philosophy, and moral

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Teutonic Mythology $75 each
Jacob Grimm
This series is an exhaustive compendium of German and Norse mythology and a
milestone in the study of comparative mythology and religion. Indispensable for
students & scholars of folklore, cultural history, and literature. Covers may vary.

Volume I of the four-volume set includes: God, Worship,

Temples, Priests, Other Gods, Goddesses, Condition of
Gods, Heroes, and Wise-women.

Volume II of the four-volume set includes: Wights and

Elves, Giants, Creation, Trees and Animals, Sky and Stars,
Day and Night, Summer and Winter, Time and World,
Souls, Death, more.

Volume III of the four-volume set includes: Poetry, Spectres,

Devil, Magic, Superstition, Herbs and Stones, Spells and

Volume IV of the four-volume set includes: Supplement to

Vol. III, Appendix, Anglo-Saxon Genealogies, Superstitions,
Spells, Index.



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The Historical Atlas of the Vikings $29
John Haywood, 144 pages
Viking marauders struck fear into the hearts of ninth-century
European peasants, monks and nobles alike for two centuries,
but the Vikings were more than seaborne terrorists. This atlas
illustrates their influence extending from the Holy Land to
Newfoundland, as explorers, settlers, craftsmen and hired

The Vikings $27

Else Roesdahl, 317 pages
Far from being just 'wild, barbaric, axe-wielding pirates', the
Vikings created complex social institutions, oversaw the
coming of Christianity to Scandinavia and made a major
impact on European history. This encyclopedic study brings
together the latest research on Viking art, burial customs, class
divisions, jewelry, kingship, poetry and family life. The result is
a rich and compelling picture of an extraordinary civilization.

Pagan Astrology $30

Raven Kaldera, 368 pages
A guide to the practice of planetary magic offers tools for
practitioners of green magic and folk magic to incorporate
astrology into their practice and includes an extensive collection
of magical remedies to resolve astrological afflictions. Provides
information on creating planetary altars and the astrological
correspondences of traditional pagan holidays. Traditionally,
magically oriented astrology has focused on Sun-sign
horoscopes while modern Western astrology has focused on
attempting to become as scientific as possible in hopes of aligning with its sister
science of astronomy.

The Nordic Polytheist Bookshelf: An Annotated Booklist

for the Study of Heathenry, satr and Northern
Tradition Paganism $23
Ingirn Ingirn, 164 pages
Heathenry is affectionately nicknamed "The Religion with
Homework" To continue that analogy, those new to
Heathenry don't always have a tutor to set them assignments.
The sheer amount of scholarly books on Norse mythology,
and practical titles on modern Nordic polytheism by both
reconstructionist Heathens and more eclectic Pagans, can be
bewildering for the newcomer. Here Ingirn provides in-depth reviews of
publications from across the whole spectrum of Nordic polytheism, to help those
unfamiliar with the books decide whether they are compatible with their own
interpretation of Heathenry.

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Odinism: Present, Past and Future $32
Osred, 240 pages
Chapters: Our religious heritage. What is Odinism? Ancestor
worship. Our earliest ancestors. The Indo-Europeans. Three
lost Indo-European tribes. The nation of Odin. Religion,
mythology, gods. Odin. "Pagan", "heathen" and "cretin".
Odinist evolution. Odinist cosmology. The Odinist soul. Pagan
afterlife. Clash of values. Rise of intolerance. Heathen victims
of Christianity. thelfrith. Destruction of the Saxons. Odinist
vengeance. Fall of Scandinavia. orgeir's terrible choice.
Odinism on the Borders. Christian economic strategy.
Odinism in Christian churches. Period of Dual Faith: Women. Period of Dual
Faith: Chartres Cathedral. Folk customs: Yule. Anglo-Saxondom and cognitive
dissonance. Proto-Odinists: Jefferson. Swinburne. Murray. Wagner. Australian
"paganism". Limits of proto-Odinism. Odinist pioneers: Rud Mills. Evelyn Price.
Ann Lennon. Else Christensen. Alec Christensen. Limits of early modern
Odinism. Odinist transvaluation of values. Toward tomorrow.

Asatru Book of Blotar and Rituals: by the Asatru

Folk Assembly $26
Asatru Folk Assembly, 192 pages
This brand new book is filled with 18 blots to Asatru gods
and goddesses and 13 rituals for every occasion, submitted
by Asatru Folk Assembly members and ordained AFA
Clergy. You'll find blots to Ostara, Thor, Ullr, Freya, Vidar
and many more. There are landtakings, weddings, baby
namings, man and woman making rituals and more -
everything the modern Asatruar needs! You can use the
blots and rituals as they are, or customize them for your personal use.

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Your Choice $8.00 each
Choose any 3 for $19.00

Celtic Mazes Celtic Animals Beowulf Celtic Fashions Story of the Vikings

Life in Norse Gods Celtic Design Celtic

Celtic Times & Goddesses Bookmarks

Celtic Notebook $5
3 3
/16 X 5 /4
On the cover, a striking mythical creature typical of
traditional Celtic art. Inside, 64 ruled pages for names,
addresses, appointments, and other reminders. A
unique and wonderful personal notebook, and a terrific
gift idea!

Rune Flashcards (Not Pictured) $8

1 1
Twenty-four flashcards measure approximately 3 /2 X 4 /4 (not
laminated) printed on flip side with the Elder Futhark including the
traditional meanings, associated God/Goddess, element, color, stone,
and more!


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Purchase two books $4 off

Purchase three books $7 off
Purchase four or more books $10 off

**** Excludes books on sale


Orders MUST be postmarked in July 2015

Poetic Edda $26

Futhark $32


Orders MUST be postmarked in September 2015

Trance-Portation $26
Beowulf $24


Orders MUST be postmarked in November 2015

Runecasters Handbook $34

Saga of the Volsungs $24

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We will ship in-stock items within 5 business days of receiving your order. Wyrds
Way does not keep an inventory of ritual items as all are handmade. Your order
is custom made to your specifications, and can take three to six weeks delivery
We accept cash, personal checks or money orders (payable to Wyrds Way), or
PayPal payments. A $25 fee will be assessed for returned checks. Wyrds Way
also accepts unused, non-taped stamps for greeting cards, pamphlets and
booklets only. Prices in this catalog are in effect until June 30, 2015.
Prices include shipping and handling. Most orders are shipped via US Priority
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to three business days from shipment.
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whenever possible. It may not be as pretty, but we feel its pretty practical!
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price only, shipping and handling, if any, is NOT refundable). Products are
subject to a 15% restocking fee. Defective products can be returned for a credit
at the products purchasing price. Return for replacement within 30 days from the
invoice date.

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Wyrds Way exists to service those who have a desire to follow the
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than the Great Reawakening of our Folk.

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We no longer exchange cords or chains

TH#CMP42 TH#TV7 $19 TH#5208

$21 Viking Battle Stag Knot w/ cord
Wotans Head Axe 32mm W x 41mm H
3 3 3
1 /8 x /4 1 /8 x 1 ** Bronze $35
Pewter, w/ cord Pewter, w/ chain ** Silver $65

TH#TV6 $20 TH#TVP15 $24 TH#5210

Thors Hammer Wolfs Head Dragons Head w/ cord
1 /8 x 1 3
1 /4 x 1 31mm W x 40mm H
Pewter, w/ chain Pewter, w/ chain HPewter, w/ chain
** Bronze $35
** Silver $65

WW# J1 $22 TH#TVP14 $24

Thors Hammer Icelandic Wolf
Pewter w/ cord 1 /4 x 1
1 X 1 Pewter, w/ chain

The Thors hammer amulet worn about the

neck carries a highly mystical and spiritual
significance, a profound and distinctive symbol
of spiritual pride, steeped in the mystery of
legend, born from the realms of the Gods.

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All Sizes Approximate

WW#CMP38 $22
WW#5101 w/ cord WW#TH03 $30 Valknut
** Silver $65 Thors Hammer Pewter w/ cord
** Bronze $35 Pewter w/ chain 1.50 x 1.25
Raven Hammer 2 x 1.25
1.14 x 1.09

WW#NLCC03 $30
WW#CMP52 $22 WW#MS05 $30 Runic Celtic Cross
Wild Hunt Horn Triskellion, Silver/gold plated w/
Pewter w/ cord Pewter w/ chain chain
1.50 x 1.50 1.50 x 1.25 1.75 x 1.50

WW#NLMD18 $30 WW#NLMC03 $30

Celtic Cross Trefot
Silver plated w/ Silver/gold plated w/
chain chain
1.75 x 1.50 2. X 1.50

Reign I forever!
Here amid icebergs
Rule I the nations;
This is my hammer...
Giants and sorcerers
Cannot withstand it!
- Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Custom designs are negotiable, contact Wyrds Way
Mead Horns
Step one
Horn size
Standard appx. 12 long $60
Large appx. 18 long $85
Step two
Leather, studded banding $10
Step three
Choose your burned design
from the following

$30 $40 $30 $30 $40

OR Single rune/bindrune $20

Custom burned designs $50 and up (inquire)

Water Buffalo Mead Horns $30

Plain polished horn,
Burning/leather not
available, appx. 10

Horn Stands

Mead horn stand ....... $35

Plain, closed ended (left)
or open ended (right)
Oath Rings
Custom made from red oak,
burned with Elder Futhark runes
4 .................. $45
6 .................. $60
9 .................. $85

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Moot Horns

Approximately 18 $120
Custom burning available, please inquire

Ceremonial Bowli

Personal bowli, wooden........... $35

(approx. 6 dia.)
Kindred size bowli, wooden ..... $85
(approx. 12 dia.)

Hallowing Hammers
Standard red oak hammer, 6 head, appx. 9 tall $65
burned designs on both sides, 12 head, appx. 16 tall $85
studded leather trim 21 large hammer $95

Rune Sets
Elder Futhark, burned, not stamped
with drawstring pouch

Oak $35
Generic Wood $30
Apple $35

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Hand painted
6 . $65
12 $110

Rune Ganders

22 Red Oak Ganders $75

Rune Serpent
Rune Dog

Red Oak &

Brass .... $85
Rune staffs also
available, please

Devotional Candles
$10 each
2 for $18

Frigga Ullr
Sif Heimdall
Thor Skadhi
Frey Freya
Idun Hail Day!
Odin Tyr

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Statuary $65 each

7 Odin 7 Tyr 7 Frey 7 Thor

Corn Mother Valkyrie Freyja on Boar

All statues are made

from gypsumstone and
have an antique finish.

Ancient Freyja Willendorf

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Please note our policy;
We accept stamps, NO STAMPED ENVELOPES as payment on orders
for booklets, pamphlets, illustrated poetry, and greeting cards only.

* The Aisynjur $6
* Days of Remembrance $6
* Death Becomes Us $6
* The Disir $5
* Frith $6
* Gods & Goddesses of Heathenism $7
* Havamal Post $6
* Havamal - Ravens Lair Kindred $6
* Land Reclaiming $6
* Nine Noble Virtues $6
* Oaths, Troths & Promises $5
* Our Faith $6
* Our Yule $7
* Ritual Made Easy $5
* Role of the Gothar $4
* Rune Lore (Wardell) $5
* Symbology In Heathenism $6
* The Wild Hunt $6
* Family, Faith & Folk $5
* Give Em A Chance $6
* Heritage Not Hate $5
* How To Start A Prison Kindred $4
* Keeping The Faith $5
* Living Heathenism $5
* Multi-Faith Families $6
* Race and Reason $4
* Resource Guide $6
* Religious Activism In Prison $6
* Wotanism In Todays World (Post) $6
* Sveinbjorn Beinteinsson $6
* Call Of Our Ancient Nordic Religion $6
* Chronicles of Hair $6
* Cult of Othin $6


Please note our policy;
We accept stamps, NO STAMPED ENVELOPES as payment on orders
for booklets, pamphlets, illustrated poetry, and greeting cards only.

* Gnostic Truths $6
* On the Trail of Winged Gods $5
* Voice Of Our Ancestors (Sorensen) $6
* Wise Men From the East $5
* Wotan (C.G. Jung) $6
* Beowulf $5
* Elves & Heroes $7
* German Literature $5
* Scandinavian Literature $5
* Siegfried $5
* The Celts $6
* The Cimbri $6
* The Germanic Peoples $5
* The Sacking of Rome $5
* The Saxons $6
* The Swastika $6
* Tacitus On Germany $6
* Temple at Uppsala $5
* Charming of the Plow $6
* Feast of gir $6
* Feast of Ullr $6
* Feast of Vali $6
* Feast of the Einherjar $6
* Festival of the Runes $7
* Folk Gatherings $6
* Founders Day $6
* Frey Faxi $6
* MerryMoon $6
* MidSummer Festival $6
* Ostara $6
* Winter Finding $6
* Winter Nights $6


All Pamphlets $1.50 each

Buy 20 or more and pay $1.00 each

Activism Guido Von List Njrr

Aesirian Code of 9 Hagalaz Odin
The Alfar Hamingja Orlog
AllFather Wotan Heimdall Othalaz
Althing! Heimskringla Pertho
Ancient Symbols Hella Ragnarok
Ansuz Heritage Not Hate Raido
Armanic Runic Hermann of the Raud the Strong
Philosophy Cherusci Rites of Sehdr
Armenanschaft History of the Runes Ritual
Asatru in Action Idunna Role of the Gothar
Balder Importance of Myth Rune Guide
Berkana Ingwaz Rune Magic
Bindrunes Irminsul Runic Practices
Bragi Isa Runic Divination
Brisingamen Jera Song in Ritual
Calendar of Festivals Kenaz Shieldbrothers
Cult of Freya Laguz Sif
Dagaz Land Wights Sowilo
Death Lief Erickson Thor
Disir Loki Thors Hammer
Dreams Logretta Thurisaz
Egil Skallagrimsson Loyalty is an Tiwaz
Action Word Tyr
Ehwaz Ullr
Eihwaz Making Mead Uruz
Elhaz Mannaz Valknut
Fehu Mead of Poetry Valkyrie!
Folk Building Meditation Whats in a Name?
Frey Moots Wotanism; A Way of
Freyja Nauthiz Life
Frigga Nebraska Sky Disc Wunjo
Frith Nerthus Wyrd
Gebo Nine Noble Virtues Yggdrasil
Giants! Njord / Nerthus Your Rune Set


All greeting cards are $3.00 each and come with an envelope. Buy five and get one free.
All cards are also available as posters 8 X 11 for $8.00

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WTC-Skadhi-01 WTC-Heimdall-01 WTC-Freyja-01 WTC-Ullr-01

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Featuring art by Jamie Welch

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Most of the artwork for our greeting cards are by prisoners who have graciously donated
their work. Stamps gladly accepted (no stamped envelopes). Wholesalers welcome.
To submit artwork, simply send to Wyrds Way with a donation letter.


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We hope youve enjoyed this latest catalog.

Until next time, be well and stay strong.


How do I submit my artwork?
Artwork may be mailed directly to our post office box address.
Wyrds Way accepts only original artwork from the artist, and it is
understood Wyrds Way may use the artwork in any manner it
chooses. Should the artwork be used for any purpose, full credit
will always be given to the artist.
Where can I write for Pen Pal services?

Wyrds Way does not have pen pal services and unfortunately,
are unaware of any service for inmates which is free of charge.
Can you put me on your mailing list?
Wyrds Way does not maintain a mailing list due to the nature of
inmate transfers.
My institution doesnt recognize our faith, what can I do?
Request a meeting with your Chaplain. satr may already be
recognized in your facility. If it is not, he or she will likely direct
you to fill out necessary paperwork for a formal request for the
recognition of satr. Part of his or her duties involves seeking
religious volunteers (of all religions) upon request after inmates
adherence to their institutional policies. Visit your Chaplains
library for information about satr; there may be books in your
facility already. Many state budgets have a portion of funds
allocated for the purchase of religious materials.
Do you offer a Goar program?
No. While we can appreciate the efforts of solitary satr
desiring to learn more about our Folkway, we have neither the
resources nor volunteers available to mentor inmates on a one-
on-one basis. We suggest you write to:
The Troth / Distelfink Sippschaft
In-Reach Prison Services
P.O. Box 2131
Bristol, PA 19007
Odinic Rite
Prison Affairs Bureau
P.O. Box 191
Nampa, ID 83651