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site presents a score of documents related to the runes,
the runic inscriptions ,
the runic charms,
and magic, Siberian and Saami shamanism, and many facts of Nordic and
Celtic mythology and others.
See also my parent site on SPIRITUALITY: https://sites.google.com/site/shamansspirituality/
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A Brief Description of
An inside definition of
Paganism and Heathenism
NEW: (Paleo-)Heathen or Shamanic Spirituality Part 1: Finding your Soul
lore - Folklore
English translation of Hávamál
from a Heathen point of view. Linked to On
the contracts, Runic Ethics,
Sing and dance the
runes, a runic galdr
complete Grimm tales Face to face
An edition of
Grimm's German Mythology
can give us some idea
of how the runes were used by some at least. This is an easy to read
and understand (as compared to the original sources!) presentation of
runic inscriptions that you have likely never seen before. You will
find practically all the runic inscriptions available from Krause,
Moltke, Antonsen and Derolez in English, complete with explanations.
These Rune pages
discuss these kinds of
runic universe, as
described by old texts
- and Runes
and the increase of male power.
- Old English, Norwegian, Icelandic rune poems
- Wimmer's versions of
the rune poems: one of the first of their scholarly versions. A copy of
the German version, or its English translation.
- how runes have been
used historically and how the runes can be used for healing
- descriptions of each
rune (see above: A runic universe)
- the Lay of Sigrdrifa
- a discussion on Runes
- the Old English Rune
A look at the etymology of rune
Proto-Indo-European to English and it's branchings off along the way.
Please let us know if you can add to this page!
Norse Sagas, Germanic Lore, Celtic Legends and Historical Texts
and Germanic Lore
pages contain articles and short descriptions on things like: the Voluspa;
the ancient German Goddess, Frau
Perchta or Perhata; Jacob;
a face to face ON-English version of Thorpe's translation of Volundarkvidha
('Volund's story'); a
summary of Dumézil's book, Loki;
description of the Goths.
On the Nornir and the Dísir
personal "Heathen feminism" section: The Nordic woman
A complete version of the Grimm Tales in
German, in the correct order, with a side by side, paragraph by
paragraph English translation, that I gathered and compiled. I thank
the Midhnott Sol Kindred for making it also available at http://www.northvegr.org/lore/grimmsf/.
You will also find many other interesting texts on their site at: http://www.northvegr.org
A section is devoted to the early travels
to Nordic countries that still retained a good amount of heathenism.
The first page available at this point is Scheffer's
description of Lapp country in 1673
Maria Antonina CZAPLICKA's Aborigenal
Siberia and My Siberian Year AND
Stepan P. Krasheninnikov's
Explorations of Kamchatka
My own 'vision' of Siberian shamanism
The primary source of the Ogams.
a table summarizes
the whole stuff.
Calder's English translation of the Auraicept (in a workable
lore): The (English) / Les (Français)
This section gives the four branches of
the Mabinogion and other Welsh ancient novels of the Red and White
books with an English translation of Joseph Loth's footnotes.
Charms, and Curses
These pages contain a
selection of healing charms: Lithuanian charms, Anglo-Saxon charms,
charms from Hildegarde von Bingen, charms from the Kalevala, runic
charms, charms from the Scottish Highlands, and rare Baltic Healing
Charms (in English et Français)
Folklore - avec traductions en
A page devoted to
Folklore, containing so far
some translations of Littauische
Volksliede, very much under
construction however (a *very* slow one, sorry!)
The famous ship-grave
of Oseberg has given us numerous archaeological treasures. Among them,
an interesting but puzzling finding has still today no satisfactory
interpretation: the so-called "Buddha-bøtte"
(Buddha-pail). Here is a discussion of the find, with links to
on healing is actually a summary of Yves' approach to healing. So, in a
sense, it's a summary of this site and his book too.
The topic and even the
existence of a runic-like writing originating from Hungary is often
superbly ignored by the runologists, even when they discuss the
possible origin of the runes. It seems that, worse, the Hungarian
Academy of Sciences does not want to see the topic even discussed.
Thus, it is left to a handful of faithful Hungarians who try to show
the antiquity of their rovás writing. When so few people are active in
a field, it cannot but show large deficiencies. For example, when a set
of shapes is found, nothing proves it represents runes, rovás, or
gothic letters, etc. The recognition comes when some archeological
studies have been performed, the shapes are well recognized for
belonging to a given alphabet, an interpretation is given, and some
kind of coherent body of knowledge is formed about the topic. To
Nordic Magic Healing
available at http://www.upublish.com/books/kodratoff.htm
Whether you have been
studying the runes for years or just beginning, you will not only find
everything you ever wanted to know about runes, but everything you should
know about them. This is a completely original work, based on
historical documents, archeological finds and years of personal
experience. Presented in three volumes, Nordic
Magic Healing by Yves Kodratoff gives you a
completely new approach to healing that integrates ancient and modern
healing methods without compromise and combines them with the original
use of the runes. In no other text will you find such a comprehensive
presentation of the runes and healing. http://www.nordic-life.org/nmh/nmh.htm
tells you more about this book.
We don't have a large number of them, but what is there
is very good and will certainly get you started in the right direction.
If you are very keen,
and you would like to check out the references
for the information you
find on these pages, then you are in the right place!