Tag: norse myths

Gods & Goddesses of Odinism

An introduction into the Gods, Goddesses, wights and beings of Odinic Mythology Continue reading

September 7, 2009 More
Yggdrasil - The Tree of Life and Death

Yggdrasil – The Tree of Life and Death

The multiversal concept of Yggdrasil, the World Tree, has been touched on many times elsewhere. The material presented here is a drawing together of these threads, weaving them into a composite picture. Continue reading

August 30, 2009 More
Balder and Nanna

Balder and Nanna

The story of the death of Balder is an archetypal pagan myth which echoes through the folk tales of many peoples. Continue reading

August 30, 2009 More

Giants and the reliability of received mythology (from the Eddas, Snorri and Saxo)

There appear to be two main classifications of deity grouped together under the term “giant”: great creative spirits, and the powerful guardians of certain localities – mountains and rivers, for instance. Continue reading

August 30, 2009 More

The Christian Doctrine of the Incarnation – An Odinist view

OF ALL the doctrines of the Christian church it is the Incarnation which, the Christians themselves boast, distinguishes theirs most from other religions, both monotheistic and polytheistic. The Incarnation describes the Christians’ belief that a god came down from heaven to earth and became a man. Continue reading

August 20, 2009 More