DESPITE having been at the forefront of our spiritual and cultural heritage, Woden the All-Father - the mighty one-eyed hunter-god of the Northern European peoples - has today been largely forgotten. This book examines how, for many of us, Woden continues to live on in the blood and spirit of our people. Indeed, regardless of whether you happen to see Woden himself as a divine power, an archetype, a symbol or just an allegory, this warrior god of the Aesir was and remains a present and tangible force that can be found at the very roots of our Indo-European identity. Subjects include The Woden Männerbünde; Woden As Archetype: The Carl Jung Essay; Odin and Sleipnir; Woden: The God of the Cultic Warrior; War, Odin and Valhalla; Woden in Mercia; Odin and the Faustian Imperative; Odin Among the Angles; The Sacred Centre: Practical Wodenism in Light of Tradition; Odinism: An Enlightened Perspective; and The Wodanic Ethos: Honour, Duty and the Survival of the Folk. The contributors are Troy Southgate, K.R. Bolton, Mariella Shearer, Mark Mirabello, Wulf, Offa Whitesun, Eowyn, Osred and Bjorn Grimgal.
|Author||Southgate, Troy (Ed.), K.R. Bolton, Mariella Shearer, Mark Mirabello, Wulf, Offa Whitesun, Eowyn, Osred, and Bjorn Grimgal.|
|Publisher||Black Front Press|
|Date or Year of Publication / Release||2011|