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    Quote Originally Posted by ćinvargR
    Sweet, thanks I'll buy it some day though, he definitively deserves it (dead or alive). Do you know of a original, Swedish, pdf?
    Sorry, I don't. But I bet you could performs a simple websearch to find it. The Swedes are very proud of Ryberg!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maoilean
    I'd recommend "Asatru: The Hidden Fortress" by Edred Wodanson. Which is probably the best introduction to Odinism I know of.

    http://www.odin.org/bk-athf.htm
    Thanks Maoilean. I ordered today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanatru
    I just started:

    Exploring The Northern Tradition: A Guide To The Gods, Lore, Rites And Celebrations From The Norse, German And Anglo-saxon Traditions (Exploring Series) (Paperback)
    by Galina Krasskova with a foreward by Swain Wodening.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/156...74336?n=283155

    I"m only on page 43 of 220 and it's not bad. So far I haven't seen anything that would discourage me from referring a newbie to it.
    Just arrived today... read the introduction and I like what I've read so far. Having been a lifelong Christian, I can relate to her discussion of the conversion process. I'm looking forward to reading more over the weekend.

    I'd also suggest "The Norse Myths" by Kevin Crossley-Holland.

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    I know this thread is quite long in the tooth, but Odinic mythology part1 is an exellent read. Really in depth and well researched. Not that im an expierienced Odinist( far from it!) but the people that form the circle of ostara certainly are. I think this book will appeal to all odinist whatever level there experience is. There is also part 2 out which i also recommend. I continually refer to these books for guidance ,meditation and inspiration on a regular basis.Superb!

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    Funny thing is, I posted on this exact same thread a few days ago. If none of you believed in magic before, well here's proof of it. My post has VANISHED! Imagine that.

    Let me say it all again (as much as I hate repeating myself)--->

    When speaking of books on Odinism, there are very few texts that are considered by all to be an accurate depiction of Odinism. All modern books on the topic deal with the authors own concepts and how he sometimes interprets older writings (if the author even bothers to use any reference material) Quite often they pull things out of their ass and put them on paper.

    You can easily be misled by other peoples opinions in these books.
    Why not find your own truth strait from the most reliable source;

    the "Poetic Edda"
    Havamal
    Voluspa
    Harbarzljoo

    To come strait to the point - if you do not acknowledge the Eddas as being the most basic source of Odinistic teachings, then you are not Odinist; you are an imposter. (Shall I name names again LOFL)


    Maybe you could just listen to other people who have volumes of reading materials on their shelves and who claim to know all there is to know about Odinism while they attempt to silence those who will show you where to find the real truth instead of the joke they try to pass off as truth. Maybe you could use other people as your shining example of what an Odinist is, when in reality you need to find that truth for yourself.
    Ego voluntas morior usque meus pedestre, ante vivo in genua procumbo!

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    Oi !!!
    Does books about God Odin and Odinism exist in French, please ? Or somebody can also teach to me the bases of Odin's doctrine ?
    Thanks for your help.
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    Have you heard of the Temple of Wotan?
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    Here are some Free Books from a man with much experience for the beginers and seasoned heathens alike!

    The Ways of Asatru
    By Micheal "VinterúlfR" Smith
    Wolves of Jera Theod


    Think Again Thinking like a Heathen in the Modern. Era.
    By Micheal "VinterúlfR" Smith
    Wolves of Jera Theod

    http://files.meetup.com/648877/Think...dern%20Era.pdf

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    Red face

    Sorry about that "Mods we need an edit button don't you think?"

    The Ways of Asatru
    By Micheal "VinterúlfR" Smith
    Wolves of Jera Theod

    http://files.meetup.com/648877/Ways%...e%20Asatru.pdf

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    Thumbs up Creed of Iron

    Does anyone have any thought on the Creed of Iron. My girlfriend ordered it for me. I have a few books already , Poetic Eddas, Collections of Sagas and Myths of the Norse men. Any reply will be welcome.

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