On Norse Spirituality 

or, ironically

"... as, indeed, most Norse heathenism seems to have had rather little to do with ethics"
(John McKinnel, Essays on eddic poetry, Toronto Press, 2014, p. 167-8)


Runes and Moral Laws  and its short version (individual ethics)  have also a look at the parent site:



 The major ancient Scandinavian poem on spirituality, translated and commented in this 'spirit', Hávamál

Hrafnagaldur  Óđinn's

ŢÓRSDRÁPA  ( a commented Eisteinn Björnsson's translation)


 Scandinavian fate is yet another spiritual concept  that singles out this civilization, see  WYRD & ÖRLÖG  & SKÖP


 Building upon Bil Linzie Ásatrú reconstructionnism 



On the mythical reality of ‘quiet’Scandinavian draugar  to which is associated the 'tale' of: She-warrior Hervör visits her dead father's hillock


Stanzas 2-13 of Haustlöng, a poem due to Ţjóđólfr úr Hvíni (~ 855-930) and describing Íđunn’s abduction contain many kenningar that provide new information on goddess Íđunn and giant Ţiazi, and can help us to understand  why Snorri Sturluson is so hostile to Loki. As a complement you can also consult how Ţjazi helps understanding who Hrćsvelgr is .  A tale will soon report this knowledge, "Íđunn's Abduction."