Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Taking Up The Runes A Complete Guide To Using Runes In Spells Rituals Divination And Magic

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Book: Taking Up The Runes A Complete Guide To Using Runes In Spells Rituals Divination And Magic by Diana Paxson

Although many of us first encountered runes in J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, this sacred alphabet is by no means a fabrication for books or movies. Similar to Hebrew letters in the sense that each symbol contains a meaning that transcends its original function as a letter, the runes are practical, flexible, and effective symbols with a variety of uses.

Today, the best known application of rune lore is divination: chips or stones marked with runes are drawn, cast, or laid out in patterns like tarot cards. In Taking Up the Runes, Paxson delves into the ancient Historical meaning of each rune and explains their contemporary uses and meanings. We discover that the real power of runes comes from inside ourselves when we find the wisdom and power within each symbol and internalize them.

One of the problems with a lot of books on runes is the lack of originality, followed by the tendency to see runework as another magickal system. This work does none of the above.

Yes, she goes through the meanings of each rune-but in easy to Understand ENGLISH. While not being afraid to use the old tongues (there are a numbers of quotes from the Norse and other languages), they are not necessary to the text itself. She does summarize a lot of what the better modern runic sources have before giving her own slant on a subject. Additionally she takes the runes in pairs, often using one to shed light on the other. This is a book scholars would not be ashamed to own, but that is useful to newcomers to the runes.

Where this work really departs from previous works is the practical and magickal working. This is firmly situated within the practice of the religious revival, rather than making a neo-magickal order type of work. It has rituals which are for the growth of the group, as well as the individual but which focus more on personal growth than on trying to win the lottery. While no shying away from practical magick, she reminds us that this was not about magick for magick's sake, but was about living for today and within the context of community. She points out that Odin, upon obtaining the runes, promptly began using and teaching them, as opposed to immediately ascending to some transcendent plane.

I believe and hope that this is the first of a new wave of works which focus on practices as part of the religious Tradition rather than a separate search for power or transcendence. If for no other reason this work would be worth the purchase price. However above that it carries a lot of the lore and mindset that someone starting out in a Norse centered religious practice should have as well as that needed in going beyond the basics. Well Done and well worth having!

Diana Paxson is author of more than a dozen historical novels with strong spiritual themes including The White Raven and The Serpent's Tooth. She is also the coauthor, with Marion Zimmer Bradley, of Priestess of Avalon and has continued the immensely popular Mists of Avalon series on her own.

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Sunday, October 30, 2005

Asatru And Odinism

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Book: Asatru And Odinism by Miac

Recenl decades have seen a proiiieration oi different Religions and sects. Pad oi this movemenl has been a reslrgence of in lerest in ancienl religious beliels and polythelsm. While not recerving as much atlention as other pre-hjstoric religions, such as Wicca, Asatra and Odinism stem irom simiiar backgrounds. Both are evolulionary or reconstructed forms of religion practiced in Europe prior to the spread ol Christianity, meaning that they are moderf interprelations of praclices that may have taken difierent forms in the past. Asatra and Odinism are of interest to the law eniorcement Community becalse many members of while supremacist organizations have chosen them as a white European allernalive to olher rejlgions.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005

Prophecy Of The Seeress Poetic Edda

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Book: Prophecy Of The Seeress Poetic Edda by Irmin Vinson

Voluspa, which opens the Old Norse Poetic Edda, was likely composed in Iceland shortly before AD 1000 during a period of transition when Christianity was replacing the traditional beliefs of the North. The poem's anonymous author seems to have conceived Voluspa as a literary response to the decline of the old religion, a reassertion of the old gods in the face of their imminent demise as objects of living worship.Voluspa's allusive and often elliptical style implies the poet's expectation that his audience would be intimately familiar with the tales and cosmology of Northern paganism.

Two complete versions of Voluspa are extant: The best is in the Codex Regius, which dates to the thirteenth century, and there is another, with some significant variations and four additional strophes, in the Hauksbok manuscript. Extensive quotations also appear in the Gylfaginning ("The Deluding of Gylfi") of the Icelandic antiquarian Snorri Sturluson (1179-1241). The Translation below is based on Neckel and Kuhn's standard edition of the Edda (Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1983).

In the poem's dramatic context (see sts. 28-29) Odin has just questioned the Seeress (a volva, lit. "wand-bearer," a woman who carries a magical staff) about the past and especially the future, and Voluspa (the Prophecy or Soothsaying of the Volva) is her spoken reply, directed to both gods ("the hallowed kindred") and mankind ("Heimdall's children").

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Tuesday, September 27, 2005

Runecaster Handbook The Well Of Wyrd

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Book: Runecaster Handbook The Well Of Wyrd by Edred Thorsson

This Complete Guide shows you how to: make your own runes; load the rune with harmonious power; prepare the optimum setting for a rune reading. Includes general rune meanings, divination tables, the positive and negative aspects of each rune, itslinguistic component and phonetic value, runic layouts, and sample readings. By the author of the best-selling, Futhark: Handbook of Rune Magic.

Edred Thorsson in my opinion is the best author for anything to do with Runes or Northern culture and magic. I have been studying Runes and Northern culture for 10 or so years now and his books are the only ones I have come accorss that strip things back to the beginning. The Information in his books is probably the most accurate and truthful information you will get anywhere. I recommend his books to any and all, especially those starting out with this kind of thing as there are too many books out there to do with Runes etc, which are vague and misleading. Also there are too many books with Christian and new age (I Ching etc) twists which don't truthfully represent the Runes at all. Edred does!

A great book for anyone whishing to learn more about the runes. Offers a good starting point for beginners and also a great resource for the more advanced runester. I have all three of Thorsson's books in this series (Futhark, Runelore & the Well of Wyrd) together they are a fantastic resource and a great spring-board to the more advanced studies.

Highly recommend it!

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Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Nordic Pagans In The United States

Nordic Pagans In The United States Cover When Nordic Pagans in the United States speak of their European origins or ancestors, there is a certain ambiguity in terms of what Nordic Paganism is, where it came from, and whom it is for. It is common for Nordic Pagans to describe Asatru or Heathenry in very broad and general terms as being the religious Expression of the cultural heritage of “Northern European” peoples or even, as in the Runestone passage noted earlier, of “European-descended” peoples. Considering the diversity of nations and language groups that have existed in Europe and even Northern Europe from ancient times to the present, the lack of precision about which particular linguistic or cultural group the modern religion is derived from or related to is striking. There seems to be a tendency among many Nordic Pagans to “essentialize” Northern Europe and sometimes Europe in general as the “land of our ancestors,” without actually explaining which ancestors in which land, speaking which language, and so forth. As most Nordic Pagans center their religion on the worship of Odin, Thor, and other gods found in the Old Norse–Icelandic literature, what seems to be occurring is a use of the religious heritage of one particular part of Northern Europe as a convenient, shorthand way of respecting the collective religious heritage of a more diverse set of past peoples and cultures, that of pre-Christian Northern Europe or even Europe in general. The general vagueness of American Nordic Pagan views of the Northern European “homeland” is a poignant Commentary on the distance that divides American Heathens and Asatru followers from the lands of their spiritual ancestors, but it also helps to mediate conflicting definitions of Nordic heritage and divergent loyalties toward different specific regions of Northern Europe.

However, it should be noted that some Nordic Pagans are highly knowledgeable and articulate about the regional varieties of ancient Northern European culture and religion and travel to meet with their Pagan compatriots in Iceland and other nations. Those Heathens and Asatruar who acquire substantial knowledge of the texts, traditions, and languages of the various peoples of pre-Christian Northern Europe are greatly respected in their communities, and they often publish articles in Asatru or Heathen magazines as well as compete in lore contests at Things and other important occasions.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Underlying Beliefs Of Pagans

Underlying Beliefs Of Pagans Cover I am not presumptuous enough to believe that these should be everyone's beliefs, nor am I egotistical enough to believe that these beliefs are mine alone. However, they are mine. I have formed these beliefs as an individual from the experiences in my life.


Life is fleeting, enjoy it.


Sooner or later I will die. My body will decompose and become part of something else.


I do not believe in an afterlife. I have never lived with this soul before, and I will never live with this soul again. This realization makes every life a bit more precious, and life in general more special. I love this life, it is the only one I have.


You are the final say as to what is right or wrong for yourself. You play a direct role to the situations you find yourself in. Try to be aware of what you are doing, and why you are doing it as often as possible.

The World:

We are part of this Earth, made from the minerals of this Earth, nourished by this Earth, and set into motion with the power provided to us from the Sun.


The culmination of everything is just that... Powerful, moving, and with patterns. We are all in this together. We are individuals, but we come from the same source, and we are set into motion by the same energy. We have nourished, and we will nourish others ourselves. Just as my two hands are separate, and still part of me as a whole, each of us are separate, and part of the world as a whole. Call it what you will. It is this connection, and the realization of this connection with everything, that I call "God". Different aspects of these connections and interactions are given different names, faces and attributes. To contemplate the entirety of everything all at once is too much for my head to handle.

Is there a greater Consciousness that guides us, helps us, etc? It could be... And in fact, we could be a part of it. Just as the individual brain cells in my head are not aware that they make up and influence my consciousness, we each could make up a mind larger than we can imagine, and we might never know it.


It works for some people, and for some people it does not. How does it work? I really don't know. From my experience, belief, trust, purpose, situation, and individuality all have a role to play in the effectiveness of Magick. Sometimes this is because the will of the individual helps a thing to happen (a very powerful tool, and not to be underestimated), and sometimes not. Skills such as Divination may or may not be part of this. These skills may draw on some other form of energy, or perhaps they could be tapping into the greater consciousness suggested above. The bottom line is that this seems to be a problem similar to the origin of the world. I don't think anyone knows, and I can't think of a way to really find out. So, until I'm given reason, I'm not going to worry about it too much. There are so many other Things That I can learn that I can know.


Some people need it, some people don't. I'm not a regular practitioner of Rituals, mostly because I don't feel a need for them. This could change over time.


Making others happy is a very good way to make oneself happy. If you're ever feeling down, do yourself a favor and do something nice for someone else.


Try to meet a new person with an open heart and an open mind. Each individual is unique, and it is unfair to stereotype them. This is extremely difficult, however, since the mind is designed to organize and categorize as best it can to make use of lessons learned. If someone wrongs you, forgive, but do not forget.


Some animals mate for life, some don't. I feel that sex should be something between two individuals who care deeply for each other (Not necessarily married, mind you), and who trust each other immensely. The rational part of my mind believes this largely because of the life-changing circumstances that sex can have and all of the potential disasters that can occur from a sexual relationship. The emotional part of my mind believes this, because that's how I feel before, during, and after sex. But this is just me.

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Monday, August 15, 2005

To Ride A Silver Broomstick New Generation Witchcraft

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Book: To Ride A Silver Broomstick New Generation Witchcraft by Silver Ravenwolf

Selling more than 300,000 copies, this popular guide to the Craft has been helping a new generation of Witches-those practicing or wishing to practice the Craft on their own-for over a decade. Filled with Silver RavenWolf's warmth, humor, and personal anecdotes, To Ride a Silver Broomstick introduces the science and religion of the craft.

Having seen a recent survey on the Witches Voice web site, I can say with certainty that the great majority of practicing witches in the U.S. today are NOT in Covens, but solitary practitioners who have no teachers, and no guidance as they begin. This sort of "this-is-such-a-schmucky-book-because-it's-not-written-by-Raymond-Buckland-and-doesn't-revolve-around-a-coven" talk should really be left to the more mainstream religions. In the Craft, all paths are paths to the Goddess. It's also not realistic; most of us can't find people willing to teach us, and may not feel comfortable even if we could. Buckland's books are great, but they don't speak to Witches who are outside the coven group. (I also didn't know there were such things as "real" rituals...are my rituals less real because they're written by me and not by Buckland or Gerald Garner? That sounds remarkably Medieval Roman Catholic Church-like to me....) For those of us who are not lucky enough or choose not to be in a Coven, this book is a strong foundation, provided it's used correctly. If you simply read through it quickly, it will be informative, but it won't function as a basic course in Witchcraft. If you choose this as your main text (and there are other books that will be equally good depending on who you are), then you should really follow it closely to get the full effects: buy your notebook, take your time, do your exercises, and most importantly...READ the supplementary texts suggested at the end of most chapters. Read them between your chapters in "Broomstick". They will give you more insight and enhance your study, and will also give you ideas of the directions you want to take as you grow. If you do this, you will find yourself better prepared to tackle the mountain of information available on the Craft. I know I sure did.

Silver RavenWolf is one of the most widely recognized names in circles of witchcraft, and with good reason; she has written some of the best guides to contemporary Witchcraft available. To Ride a Silver Broomstick is a handbook aimed at the beginner, and doesn't get bogged down in history, dogma, or gender roles. It is a workbook for the individual, whether one is a solitary practitioner or part of a coven, that covers the basics of the craft--from useful vocabulary to setting up an altar--and briefly delves into more advanced concepts such as astral projection and telepathy. To Ride a Silver Broomstick may not be the most comprehensive single volume on the subject of witchcraft, but RavenWolf focuses on the aspects most important to a beginner, and keeps her introduction to the craft approachable and easy to follow. --Brian Patterson

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Saturday, July 30, 2005

Siegfried Adolf Kummer Rune Magic

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Book: Siegfried Adolf Kummer Rune Magic by Edred Thorsson

In this volume Thorsson preserves the text unaltered from its first appearance just a year before the National Socialists came to power in Germany. Sections of Rune-Magic will be found to be controversial by some, but Runa-Raven feels that for the sake of Historical accuracy, and as a sign of respect for the intelligence of the reader, the text should stand as originally written in 1932. We must seek to preserve the roots of the Runic Tradition where ever we find them. These roots are to be studied and understood/or the value they have. For no one knows what wisdom might rise from these roots in the is-to-be.

Siegfried Adolf Kummer was born in 1899 and was one of the pioneers of operative Runic studies in the early part of the 20th century. Little is known of his life or of his fate in the wake of the historical events of the Nazi era. He, along with Friedrich Bern-hard Marby, was criticized by name in a report made to Heinrich Himmler by his chief esoteric runologist Karl Maria Wiligut. But what his fate was is unknown. At least one report has him fleeing Nazi Germany in exile to South America.

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Thursday, July 28, 2005

Heathen Bookhoard A Reading List

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Book: Heathen Bookhoard A Reading List by The Troth

At this writing, this is the only mass-market book in print by a heathen author that deals directly with today's heathen religion. Features many beautifully written prayers to the gods and goddesses. The author reviews the lore on the deities, giving a number of her own personal understandings, which not everyone will agree with, but which are always thought-provoking.

An excellent Brief Introduction to the history of runes (letters used by the Norse and Germanic Peoples for both magical and mundane purposes), with lots of pictures of artifacts. Deep thinking on ethics and morals from a heathen perspective, written by a highly respected author in the heathen community.

A compendious tome of rune-lore, presenting the fruits of years of study and personal Experience With the runes. Edred has been involved in Asatru and studying the runes since the early 1980s; he has a PhD from the University of Texas. He's written many books on
runes from a heathen standpoint; Runelore emphasizes academics and theology, and FUTHARK emphasizes magic.

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Midsummer Celebrating

Midsummer Celebrating Cover Midsummer: Celebrated on the Summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Different kinds of flowers are gathered, and tied Together in bundles of nine different kinds. Sometimes these are hung in the house, to bring prosperity. Alternately, the bundle is placed underneath the pillow, and slept upon. Dreams of a future spouse are supposed to follow. A celebrant may go to a meeting of three roads and there wait for an omen or Prophecy to come. Hunts are conducted for the red fern which, if found, will grant a wish. On this day the gates to the fairy lands are supposed to stand wide, and alfs freely walk the lands of humans. This is a holy day of the land-wights. Sometimes a May-pole is erected and danced around.

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Monday, July 18, 2005

Meanings Of The Runes

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Book: Meanings Of The Runes by Bernard King

from The Elements of Runes by Bernard King.

As with all scripts, the runes grew and evolved with use, taking on different Meanings in different areas. The Norwegian, Icelandic and Anglo-Saxon runic poems all provide variants which, for the beginner, serve to confuse the issue rather than clarifying it. Because of this I have consistently used the (reconstructed) Common Germanic names throughout this book.

While the role played by the runic poems must, because of their comparatively late dates, be suspect when attempting to consider the earliest assigned meanings of the rune-names, they served a useful mnemonic role at the time of their composition. In all probability there was a poem which gave the names of the Common Germanic Futhark, but it would have been too early, or too secret in later times, to have been recorded.

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Saturday, July 2, 2005

Pagan Prayer

Pagan Prayer Cover Never underestimate the power of prayer.

What is a prayer? Well to different people it is different things. I cannot speak for others but I can speak for myself and this is what it has dome for me.

Back in February I lost my job. I was a Network Consultant. I had nothing to turn to. No religion, no family (except for my wife and kids) and few friends scene I spent all my time on computers and no time with humans. To me the white box that I now type this into was a God in its own right. Everything revolved around the great silicon chip. Boy, was I wrong.

I was looking for something to read in the big bookcase I humbly call my library. As I scanned the books there was Elric, Belgarion, and every evil H. P. Lovecraft could think of. Hidden between two books was one I thought I had traded in years ago Scott Cunningham's "A Guide To The Solitary Practitioner". I had thought to myself that Spell Craft could be a way to get money and seek revenge to the former employer that I felt had wronged me. All the right knowledge for all the wrong reasons. Great Nations had been built on less. However, they never lasted. I threw myself into learning everything that I could about this mysterious force that the majority of mankind ignored and believed never existed. Do you think I am a fool yet? Just hang on and I will change your mind.

I bought every book I could afford on the subject. In all the reading I did there was one common fact that even I could not ignore. All Spell Craft is based on faith. What the hell is this? Faith in a higher power? I acquired old history books on witchcraft and read those. Even there I found that there was a religion that was practiced by the "old" witches. Could this be some screwed up ignorance depending on a God and a Goddess to hold their hands so they felt better even though there was no gods there just empty praise? Still think I am a fool? That is ok. Looking back on it now I have to agree, I was.

I don't know when it took hold and grabbed me by the butt. Maybe it was instantly, maybe it took a few weeks. I can't remember things are still foggy from that time in my life. Well, things before I accepted what I was reading were and are still foggy. The first time I remember sensing "them" was when I was desperate for money and I broke down and prayed. Yes I prayed. Not to silicon and wires but to Gaia and Sol. Mother Earth and Father Sky. The feeling was nothing I had ever felt before. It was like being cold without being cold. My whole body was on fire with an electricity. No pain just pure ecstasy. Never in my life had I felt anything like this. Sure I had prayed to God as a child but never had I felt anything like this. I knew I was not alone in that room. For the first time I was where I needed to be at the time I needed to be there. It felt as though a hand had touched my cheek and I realized that I was in the presence of those who I had asked to come forth and listen to my pleas. I felt no need to grovel, beg, or even make a deal with those who were there with me. I didn't even feel the need to bow my head in respect. The only thing I felt the need to do was to be "there". I don't even think the words made it out of my mouth. They knew what I needed. Still think I am a fool?

The next day the phone rang. It was my former employer. Yes I still felt hate for him but not as bad as before. He needed help with a job and was willing to pay me a good amount of money for my services. My reality had been unraveled and rebuilt literally overnight. Many times over the passing months I prayed for a job. Every time I would get down to my last few dollars my former employer would call with work for me. Each time hatred ebbing into anger then to annoyance then into understanding. However there was still no permanent job. I knew "they" were there. I know "they" knew what I needed. I even got to where I could talk to "them" to tell them what I needed. Still nothing.

A few weeks before September I got a call from a company to upgrade all of Sprint's (yes Sprint the long distance company) computers to Windows 2000 in the Indiana, Michigan and Ohio area. For a person that works with computers this was the job of a lifetime. Then September 11, 2001 came along. Sprint pulled out of the deal. BAM! I was screwed again. Sure my previous employer had work to get me by but that was all I was doing. Getting by. Time passed and I thought that I was the butt of some cosmic joke. It is amazing how the universe can seem like it has turned its back on you only to show you it had been there all along.

I was literally at the and of my rope and there was no money left. It was Thanks Giving weekend. I went to my e-mail and saw that there was a letter from someone wanting my resume. I thought "sure, like everyone else there would be no reply" but I sent it to them. Later that night it was so light you couldn't even call it a whisper. More like a breeze that you can just make out what it means. Just barely. I knew that on Monday I had to go to this place in person. It was "Her" telling me what would be best for me. I had spent months with her by my side and never knew it. Kind of like that poem. I looked back at the sand and all there was were female footprints where "She" had been carrying me.

On Monday I got dressed up and went to that company and brought my resume with me. The owner was on vacation but his right hand man was there. He gave me an interview that lasted an hour and a half. At the end he gave me a card and told me that the owner would be back on Thursday and if I hadn't heard from them by then I should call. Thursday came along and there was no call. As morning threatened to turn into afternoon I picked up the phone and made the call. The owner told me that if I had just waited five more minutes he would have called me. He gave me a second interview and fifteen minutes into it I was hired at a reasonable salary. As they showed me around I was amazed at the fact that the job was everything I had ever wanted in a job. Everything! I had found that I was not looking for the job of my dreams but it was looking for me. "She" had just helped it find its way. In "Her" own time.

Many of us use Spell Craft but do we really pray to "Them"? Sit down and talk to "Them"? I know I do and always will. Remember that just because you are not getting what you are praying for does not mean that it is not looking for you. "They" just might be changing you from a fool into something else. Something better...........

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Thursday, April 28, 2005


Theodism Cover Theodism, or ?eodisc Geleafa originally sought to reconstruct the beliefs and practices of the Anglo-Saxon tribes which settled in England. Peodisc is the adjective of Peod "people, tribe", cognate to deutsch. As it evolved, the Theodish community moved past solely Anglo-Saxon forms and other Germanic tribal groups were also being reconstituted; Theodism, in this larger sense, now encompass groups practicing tribal beliefs from Scandinavia and the Continent, following in the model set forth by the Anglo Saxon theods founded in the 1970s. The term Theodism now encompasses Norman, Frisian, Angle, Saxon, Jutish, Gothic, Alemannic, Swedish and Danish tribal cultures. This relaxing of the original term "Theodism" functionally identifies Germanic Neopagans who practice or advocate Neo-Tribalism.

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