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Barbarian Rites
H.P. Hassenfratz PhD, Inner Traditions softcover, 164 pages. A comprehensive guide to the ancient religious and cultural rites of the Norse/Germanic people during the Bronze Age. This is the most complete and thorough compendium on the subject ever!
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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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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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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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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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Poetic Edda
Henry Adam Bellows. Dover Publications softcover, 251 pages. At last and after many years, the Bellows translation is again available to the folk. Favored for extensive explanatory footnotes and easy to read style. This translation belongs on every Asatruar's book shelf.
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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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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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The Saga of Grettir the Strong
Softcover, Penguin Books, 167 pages. Bernard Scudder Translation. A classic reference which describes the conversation period and the life of a true hero of the Asatru of Iceland in the worst of times, a must for your library
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ALU - An Advanced Guide to Operative Runolgy
by Edred Thorsson.  Weiser Books softcover, 256 pages. 
While most runic books focus on their use in divination, ALU goes much more deeply to the heart of the matter; how to use the runes for practical applications in line with their holistic social, cultural, and spiritual context.  It also compares the major runic systems, how to make bind runes, compose runic formulas, and much more.  A perfect companion to Futhark.​
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The Values of Asatru and the Lessons of Asgard
Two basic booklets outlining the fundamental values of our religion and the everyday lessons of our deities. These compact documents are excellent introductions for the novice, and handy references for seasoned Asatruar.
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Myths and Symbols of Pagan Europe
hilda R. Ellis Davidson, Syracuse University Press, 268 pages. A comprehensive guide to the ancient practices and zymology of the Norse and Celtic religions and peoples. This book is an excellent resource for the parallel study of the Norse and Celts. Contains numerous drawings and photos.
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