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Walking Toward Yggdrasil: Poems for the All-Father by Galina Krasskova
Walking Toward Yggdrasil is a collection of devotional poetry dedicated to the Norse God Woden. These poems celebrate the intimacy, intensity, passion and the terror that He is capable of arousing in His devotees. It is a joyous offering to the All Father by a woman who has served Him for over a decade. The text of the book is given both in English and German.
The Whisperings of Woden: Nine Nights of Devotional Practice by Galina Krasskova
The Norse God Odin, also known as Woden, is both honored and feared within modern Heathenry and Norse Paganism. He has many names, many faces and stands as a formidable figure in the annals of Heathen lore. Yet, by some, He is also loved. This book, first published in 2005 and the first devotional written in modern Heathenry, is a collection of devotional meditations designed to help one draw closer to Woden. This is a book of interior prayer, designed to provide the first steps in creating a mindful, passionate, contemplative practice. Be it as All-Father, Wish-Father, Master of the Runes, Wandering God or God of Warriors, the reader will find numerous ways to honor the complex and powerful Lord of Asgard and hopefully, to deepen their own spiritual practices at the same time.
He is Frenzy: Collected Writings on Odin by Galina Krasskova
He is Frenzy collects all of the essays and poetry that Northern Tradition author Galina Krasskova has written to honor the God Odin since 1995. Providing a survey of His ancient and modern cultus, it is also a deeply personal exploration of devotion, ordeal work and what it takes to walk the Odinic path.
Odhroerir: Nine Devotional Tales of Odin's Journeys by Laure Lynch
Odin—shamanic Scandinavian God of magic, poetry, and death—is the central figure in this collection of nine short stories written as a devotional offering to Him. Some of the tales in this book feature bold re-interpretations of familiar stories from Heathen lore such as the winning of the Mead of Poetry, the death of Balder, and Odin’s sacrifice of self to Self on the World Tree, Yggdrasil, to obtain the runes. Others take the reader on absorbing new adventures. Edgy and provocative, this volume offers startling and insightful glimpses into Odin’s nature, and is designed to help the reader draw closer to this multi-faceted God of light, shadows, and paradox.