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  • Gisli Sursson's Saga and the Saga of the People of Eyri
    Martin S. Regal and Judy Quinn translation, 247 pages. At last in print, on of the most talked about Sagas, which is quite descriptive of the old ways of the Asatru of Iceland. You will learn of blood oaths, murder, revenge, and yet mor murder and revenge. The saga covers the lives of several enerations of the Western Fjords as well as maps and narratives of ancient customs and religious belief.
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    $18.00
  • Heimskringla
    Snorri Sturluson, Jules Williams Press, softcover, 400 pages. This sterling translation chronicles the lives of the Norse Kings, as recorded by a man who could have held his own in any of the tales he recounted.
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    $40.00
  • Saga of King Hrolf Kraki
    Byock translation, Penguin Classics softcover, 99 pages. A saga about a Danish King who lived during the Golden Age of Asatru and worshipped Odin Sigfather. Includes a generous, informative introduction by Byock.
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    $16.00
  • Our Fathers' Godsaga: Retold for the Young
    Victory Ryberg, iuniverse softcover, 224 pages. An epic introduction to Norse mythology written by one of the most respected writers of Odin's Nation. Written for youngsters to understand, this is a useful introduction to the Eddas for our children that you can find. This book is richly illustrated and contains stories ranging from the creation to Ragnarok.
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    $23.00
  • The Sagas of the Icelanders
    Various authors, Dover Press softcover, 848 pages. A collection of 18 Icelandic Sagas offerd by different translators. This is an enormous compliation of the finest literature in the Northern World. It also contains an inclusive reference on Icelandic history and customs as well as an Old Norse dictionary.
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    $35.00
  • Myths of the Norsemen from the Eddas and Sagas
    H.A. Gruber, Dover Publications softcover, 397 pages and numerous illustrations. This book contains some of the best stories of the Aesir and Vanir ever written, as well as stories of the Sagas as well. We all need this classic reprint.
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    $18.00
  • Saga of the Jomsvikings
    Hollander translation, University of Texas Press softcover, 116 pages. The Norse saga of the most Viking war band in history, Illustrated.
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    $25.00
  • The Masks of Odin
    Elsa-Brita Titchenell. Theosophical University Press softcover, 294 pages. This highly acclaimed work delves into the mechanics of myth to reinforce the validity of the myth makers from a scientific perspective. Included in this work are translations of the Havamal, Voluspa, the Lay of Rig, the Lay of Grimner, the Lay of Odin's Corpse (which is not included in most translations of the Eddas) and many other sacred passages
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    $25.00
  • The Secret of the Runes
    Guido Von List, Destiny Books. Edited and translated with an extensive introduction by Dr. Stephen Flowers. Written by one of the true rune masters of the early twentieth century. This book offers an introduction to List's basic ideas and sets a firm foundation for modern runic study based on the younger futhark and the 18 Armanen system. Softcover, 14 pages.
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    $17.00
  • Teutonic Mythology, Volume 1
    Jacob Grimm, Forgotten Books, softcover 438 pages. This highly respected work was Grimm's effort to correlate Germanic mythology with Scandinavian mythology. Grimm commanded a wide enough view of language and history to describe our Germanic worldview ranging from the Danube to Iceland and the Artic Circle to the Alps.
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    $23.00
  • Gods and Myths of Northern Europe
    Hilda Ellis Davidson, Penguin Press softcover, 250 pages. This is the definitive handbook on Norse Mythology, written by the foremost scholar on Norse religion and culture. Contains favorable descriptions of our Gods and Goddesses, and discusses the creation and Ragnarok myths.
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    $16.00
  • The Dictionary of Northern Mythology
    Rudolf Simek, Boydell and Brewer, softcover, 425 pages. This is the standard reference source used by everyone with an interest in the old ways, and this dicutionary belongs on everyone's bookshelf, you will find yourself reading t often.
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    $45.00
  • Futhark: A Handbook of Rune Magic
    Edred Thorsson, Samuel Weiser, softcover. Written by the leading authority on the runes today. This book is the rune magic primer. Richly illustrated and well put together, this text is a must for an Asatru library. 153 pages
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    $18.00
  • Northern Mysteries and Magic
    Freya Aswynn, Llewellyn Publications. Softcover, 251 pages. This runic text is written from the unique perspective of a female vitki who has an international following. This the the expanded version fot he original Leaves of Yggdrasil written by Aswynn in 1988 and covers even more detail of the runes, esoteric magic and the lessons learned from the Havamal and the Eddas.
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    $18.00
  • Eyrbyggia Saga
    Palsson translation, Penguin Classics softcover, 179 pages. One of the finest existing sagas for its' descriptions of pre-Christian Icelandic customs and practices. This saga relates tales of many heroic deeds, and the men and women who shaped the Icelandic sagascape.
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    $16.00
  • Laxadaela Saga
    Paulsson & Magnusson translation, Penguin softcover, 265 pages. Chronicles over 150 years of Icelandic history, highlighting such folk as Unn the Deep Minded, Killer Harap, Geirmund, Thurid, and Thorkel.
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    $16.00
  • Njal's Saga
    Paulsson & Magnusson translation, Penguin classics softcover, 379 pages. Perhas the second most popular saga, this tale chronicles the most famous feud in Icelandic history.
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    $18.00
  • The Rituals of Asatru Volume Two - Seasonal Festivals
    Designed to be used in conjunction with the blots outlined in Volume One, This volume contains rites for the eight seasonal festivals that mark the progress of the year.
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    $6.00
  • The Rituals of Asatru Volume Three - Rites of Passage
    This volume outlines rites for the traditional observance of the major milestones of life - from birth to burial. Included in Rites of Passage are rituals for land taking and self profession into Asatru.
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    $6.00
  • The Odinist Edda
    by Park Puryear and the Norreona Soceity, softcover - 433 pages. This is essential companion to the asatru Edda and the set present a complete and concise collection of all the Eddas written by an Asatruar who carefully removed most Christian influences from our sacred texts and lists them in the proper chronological order as they should be. It includes an extensive dictionary which by itself is vital to all who follow the old ways. Large 8 1/2 x11" format.
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    $50.00
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