Category: Faith, Folk & Family
What do we mean by “dragon” and how and why is it important to “tame” it.
This activity will help you to visualise your family tree. Here we show you 3 generations, but there is no reason that you should stop there. Talk to parents and grandparents and ask them how far back you can trace your family tree.
Printable rune writing practice sheet.
Ancestor is a word we hear a lot in Odinism. At seasonal blots and special rituals such as a Naming, Profession or Bael we hear it and hopefully within your home you hear this term as well. So what does this word mean and why is it so important?
A glossary for young folk (and their parents) of the names of many beings, places and things found in the Eddas.
Start the new year off with this fun printable to help you learn our Odinist names for the months. Try to figure out which of the months goes where and work your way from start to finish!
Printable coloring pages for young children help to teach them about the alphabet and our Folk religion.
A series of brief essays on some of our Odinic Gods and Goddesses.
Conclusion of myth of the kidnapping of Idunna as told by Thorfinn AOR.
The story of the kidnapping of Idunna as retold by Thorfinn AOR.
The myth concerning the building of Asgard’s wall as retold by Thorfinn AOR.
The creation myth retold by Thorfinn AOR.
Wonderful invocations for children and family use for the Gods: Odin, Heimdal, Baldur, Frey and Thor written by Sam Coles AOR.
An excellent article by Jim S. AOR on teaching children about our faith, heritage and history through the traces that can be found within our lore.
A brief essay on the God Frey.
A brief essay on the Goddess Freyja.
A brief essay on the God Heimdall.
A brief essay on the God Thor.
A brief essay about the Goddess Idun.
A brief essay on the Allmother, Frigga.