Thank you for the information. I bought this book a while back and it has just been sitting on my shelf, I have not gotten to read it yet. But as I read sites and book reviews, I have been told the same thing, so I’ve been put off by it. I’m personally not an Asatrurar, just more toward the Norse pagan path, so if it’s mostly toward that, I probably wouldn’t be that disappointed if I read it. I will be changing the library on here soon and will probably exclude that.
This is a story of woman from the United States, New York City.. I bet you will like it.
Der ingen skulle tru at nokon kunne bu - Moslid i Vinje
Ho voks opp i rikmannsmiljøet i utkanten av New York. Jenny Endresen lever på den veglause og straumlause fjellgarden Moslid i Vinje i Telemark, og ho lever slik bøndene gjorde for hundre år sidan.
I really enjoyed this video.. I relate to this woman so much
Evidence of a previously unknown Viking king has been discovered in a hoard of silver found by a metal detectorist, stashed in a lead box in a field in Lancashire.
The 201 pieces of silver including beautiful arm rings, worn by Viking warriors, were found on the outskirts of Silverdale, a…
The gods hurried to their hall of council, Gathered together, goddesses with them, All-powerful, eager to unriddle Baldur’s dream that such dread portended.
Up rose Odhinn, unaging magician, Harnesses Sleipnir, the eight-legged, Sped down from Asgard to Hel’s Deep.
The blood-dabbled hound of Hel faced him, Howling in frenzy at the father of runes. The High One halted at the eastern gate, Where loomed a tumulus, tomb of a witch. Runes he chanted, charms of power: Her spectre rose whom his spell commanded ,To enlighten the god with the lore of the dead.