Heathen Gods: A Collection of Essays Concerning the Folkway of Our People

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CreateSpace, May 6, 2010 - Religion - 208 pages
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Heathens follow the pre-Christian indigenous beliefs of Northern Europe. We honor our Gods, our Ancestors, and nature spirits called the Vaettir, in much the same way as our Northern European Ancestors. Heathenry is a traditional Folkway, with a strong focus on our families and living this life to its fullest. This book is a collection of 66 essays and 5 poems concerning the Folkway of our People. Heathen Gods includes a chapter for new heathens, chapters on starting, building, maintaining and protecting kindreds and tribes, a chapter on living a heathen life, and a travel journal from a 2009 trip to Iceland.

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About the author (2010)

Mark Ludwig Stinson lives with his wife and three kids in America's Heartland. He is the Chieftain of Jotun's Bane Kindred. Mark created the heathengods.com resource website and is one of the organizers of Lightning Across the Plains...the regional Heartland Thing.

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