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Travels Through Middle Earth: The Path of a Saxon Pagan (New)
by Albertsson, Alaric
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Book ID: 9780738715360, 0738715360
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The Saxon Pagan holds a spiritual worldview that largely inspired Tolkien's vision of Middle Earth. In this fascinating book, author and scholar Alaric Albertsson presents a complete introduction to Anglo-Saxon cosmology, deities, spirits, linguistics, and rituals. Although there is a growing interest today in reconstructed Pagan religions, very little information is available for those who wish to explore these paths, especially that of the Anglo-Saxon.
Travels Through Middle Earth offers practical information about the Saxon-Pagan path, including many ways to incorporate Saxon rituals into contemporary spiritual life. Readers will discover how to set up a weofod, the Saxon altar, to connect with the Gods. They'll learn about the husel, a basic ritual for honoring personal ancestors, the Gods, and dwarves and elves. Also covered in this handbook: the concept of "wyrd" and how it shapes one's destiny, the holy tides and how to celebrate them, and even instructions for making mead!
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