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Irv Slauson's "The Religion of Odin"

As I’ve been researching Odinism, I’ve downloaded a number of e-books. Most of them are just overviews of the Germanic pantheon, or relatively brief descriptions of modern Asatru beliefs. 547 more words

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Why We Heathens Must Stand Up To Terrorism 

I’m sure that most of you reading this article will have been touched by terrorism at least once in your life whether you were a witness or victim, or you switched on the TV, watched the news, and sat there helpless as you saw the carnage of the latest incident unfold before your eyes. 705 more words

National Socialism. A True Definition

A Concise True Definition of National Socialism

I believe in race, I’m not ashamed to admit it at all, and that doesn’t mean one bit that I am out to persecute or hurt any man because of his race, he can’t help what race he is. 2,005 more words

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Securing Heathenism

Securing Heathenism

Heathen men should marry Heathen women and Heathen women should marry Heathen men. Point blank, end of story. I know, I have heard all of the stories, excuses and reasons of why a Folkish Heathens (Odalists /Odinists) ends up with a Christian but take it from someone who made that very mistake ages ago and dealt with the conflict for almost 20 years. 623 more words

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The use of Thor's Hammer

THE USE OF THOR’S HAMMER

The image of Thor in the temples usually carried a hammer, and we hear much in the myths concerning this weapon of the god. 704 more words

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How to Awaken Your Hammer!

Order of Odalist’s Ritual # 1

How to awaken your hammer. You can’t just buy one and hang it around your neck and expect anything other than a simple decoration. 638 more words

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Wednesday the Norse and Roman Days of the week and the origin of their names.

 

The Old English word for Wednesday wodnesdæg “Woden’s day” ( indicates that the day was named for the Germanic god Woden / Odin. 

The name Wednesday continues The name is a calque of the Latin dies Mercurii “day of Mercury”, reflecting the fact that the Germanic god Woden (Wodanaz or Odin) during the Roman era was interpreted as “Germanic Mercury”. 94 more words

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