Odin Brotherhood

Odin Brotherhood

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'When the world is pregnant with lies, a secret long hidden will be revealed.'- An Odinist Prophecy Just like the Cannibal Within, a chance encounter, although this time in the famous Atlantis bookshop, blossomed into a dialogue between the author and the anonymous adept of Odin. Called an "occult religion" for adepts, a "creed of iron" for warriors, and a "secret society" for higher men and women who value "knowledge, freedom and power," the Odin Brotherhood honors the gods and goddesses of the Norse pantheon. This non-fiction book details the legends, the rituals, and the Mysteries of an ancient and enigmatic movement. Contents Introduction Introduction to the Mandrake Edition The Dialogue Odinism and the Mysteries of the Past The Odin Brotherhood Today and the Heroic Ideal On Polytheism and the Nature of the Gods The Eddaic Verses and the Three Ages of Man Why Venerate the Odinist Gods? The Contacts between Men and Gods The God Odin and His Mysteries The Goddess Frigg and the Rite of Marriage The God Thor, the Nemesis of Titans The Goddess Sif, the Mischief of Loki, and the Skill of the Rock Dwarfs The God Heimdall and "The-Sojourn-of-the-Brave" The God Bragi, the Holy Words, and the Seasonal Rites The Fair Goddess Idun and Her Enchanted Fruit Brave Tyr, the Warrior God The God Njord, Magic, and the Vanir Gods The God Frey and the Elves The Goddess Freyja, the Lovely Patroness of Birth The God Balder and the Adventure of Death The Goddess Nanna and the Odinist Death Rite The Legend of "The-Mountain-of-Promise" Destiny, Ragnarok, and the Mysteries of the Future Epilogue - Eddaic Sources Works on Modern Odinism Reviews of Earlier Editions of The Odin Brotherhood Three New Chapters: Supplement Odin Lives Interview Secret Societies: A Brief Essay War, Odin, and Valhalla
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Product details

  • Paperback | 180 pages
  • 140 x 215 x 9.65mm | 220g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 6th Enlarged ed.
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1906958637
  • 9781906958633
  • 558,588

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