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Before reading the sections explicitly on our Gods and Goddesses, it is recommended that you also read the following:
- Ragnarok and the Myth of the Eternal Return
- The Great Year
- The Odinic Pantheon – preliminary ideas and a statement of purpose
In addition, a book often mentioned in these articles and which may be useful for cross references is the popular The Norse Myths by Kevin Crossley-Holland (ISBN 0-14-006056-1)
The Primal Gods
The Earth, the Old Gods, Giants and the reliability of received mythology
- The Earth
- The Old Gods, the Vanir, and the Three Worlds
- Giants and the reliability of received mythology (from the Eddas, Snorri and Saxo)
- Introduction to the Æsir
- Ostara, Frigg and Freya
- Thor and Sif
- Balder and Nanna
Yggdrasil, Nature Spirits, Elves and the Fylgie