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The Ásatrú Edda : Sacred Lore of the North
by The Norroena Society




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From the ashes arises the sacred lore of the North, the ancient stories and proverbial wisdom of the Asatru religion. Mighty Gods and fierce Giants battle in the never-ending struggle between order and chaos, while men seek honor and glory in the eyes of their beloved deities. After many years of research and piecing together sources, now comes the first known holy text ever presented for the Asatru faith. Giving these ancestral accounts in their true, epic form, The Asatru Edda is designed as a religious work by and for the men and women of this path. In reconstructing this sacred epic, the idea is to create a living storytelling tradition that will honor the legacy of the ancient Teutonic peoples, while providing an in-depth source of Asatru wisdom for our modern world.

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Overview

From the ashes arises the sacred lore of the North, the ancient stories and proverbial wisdom of the Asatru religion. Mighty Gods and fierce Giants battle in the never-ending struggle between order and chaos, while men seek honor and glory in the eyes of their beloved deities. After many years of research and piecing together sources, now comes the first known holy text ever presented for the Asatru faith. Giving these ancestral accounts in their true, epic form, The Asatru Edda is designed as a religious work by and for the men and women of this path. In reconstructing this sacred epic, the idea is to create a living storytelling tradition that will honor the legacy of the ancient Teutonic peoples, while providing an in-depth source of Asatru wisdom for our modern world.

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781440131783
  • ISBN-10: 1440131783
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • Publish Date: April 2009
  • Page Count: 424
  • Dimensions: 11 x 8.25 x 0.86 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.09 pounds


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