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A Book of Troth: Runa-Raven Yrmin-Edition 2003 (Used)
by Thorsson), Edred
Publisher: Runa-Raven Press
Book ID: 9781885972200, 1885972202
The text of A Book of Troth was the first founding document of the organization called the Ring of Troth. The book consists of three parts: The first concerns certain philosophical and religious ideas and precepts. The second is a complete liturgy of ceremonies for the entire Ásatrú calendar. These ceremonies are based on those used for many years by the Austin Kindred of the AFA, and which are now the basic true rites of the hidden Woodharrow Kindred. The third part of the book deals with affiliation with various Ásatrú organizations and the curriculum of qualification for eldership in the religion. This new version of the book contains many sections and passages that were edited out by the original commercial publishers due to the supposedly “controversial” nature of these passages. It also contains many entirely new sections which did not appear in the original edition.
A Book of Troth is a strong statement of the truth which is the traditional faith of the Germanic peoples as expressed in a contemporary cultural setting. The philosophical parts were written in chapters penned in one sitting each during the first two months of 1988. The book was commercially published in 1989, but has been out of print for the last five years. Limited edition almost run out, over-runs (not numbered) still available
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