We Are Our Deeds: The Elder Heathenry, Its Ethic and Thew




      We Are Our Deeds: The Elder Heathenry, Its Ethic and Thew
a marvelous, obscure Celtic Heathen Philosophy and ethics and thew Free Read We Are Our Deeds: The Elder Heathenry, Its Ethic and Thew Author Eric Wodening For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

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      We Are Our Deeds: The Elder Heathenry, Its Ethic and Thew
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  • 81 pages
  • We Are Our Deeds: The Elder Heathenry, Its Ethic and Thew
  • Eric Wodening
  • English
  • 16 November 2018
  • 1929340001 Edition Language English Other Editions 1

10 thoughts on “ We Are Our Deeds: The Elder Heathenry, Its Ethic and Thew

  1. Paul Christensen says:

    Spaceships vs fur cloaks I m on the spaceship side, hard to say where this book is.The Germanic scene is riddled with sexual degenerates, feminist shieldmaidens and other LARPers who have little or nothing to offer a future galactic empire That isn t the fault of the Aryan gods, it s the fault of those mistaking form for substance The heroic age of Aries is over the Christian age of Pisces with its emphasis on the soul and salvation is also coming to an end We are entering the Aquarian Spaceships vs fur cloaks I m on the spaceship side, hard to say where this book is.The Germanic scene is riddled with sexual degenerates, feminist shieldmaidens and other LARPers who have little or nothing to offer a fu...

  2. Jessica says:

    Etymology, while useful, is not the complete foundation for building a worldview I have been reading many other sources that support the conclusions made in this book, but without them, I don t know that I could trust it as a legitimate source for anything other than understanding the basis of theodish belief I m not claiming to know or understand their practice, but I do think the theodish approach comes through quite a bit in his writing It s a good kick off place, and is a quick read for Etymology, while useful, is not the complete foundation for building a worldview I have been reading many other sources that support the conclusions made in this book, but without them, I don t know that I could trust it as a legitimate source for anything other than understanding the basis of theodish belief I m not claiming to know or understa...

  3. Gunnar Runa says:

    Great book on the topic of thew,Most modem heathens don t understand heathen world view, and basics such as innangard and Utgard, And what those terms mean as well as others,Eric Wodening hits the nail on the head here..I highly recommend this book to all new heathensWhat ever stripe of heathen one claims to be they re heathenry should be based on some type of world view that the proto heathen would recognize So this book fits that ideaGood to have knowledgeable people putting out book Great book on the topic of thew,Most modem heathens don t understand ...

  4. Clay Schock says:

    The author is a reconstructionist that tries to use loose linguistic evidence to prove a lot of the ideas in his writing If you are looking for something that is in the reconstructionist world then he s proba...

  5. Kristina says:

    Fascinating use of historical linguistics to explore the concepts of right, wrong, law and morality in pre christian Nordic cultures.

  6. Jdub says:

    It sabout word origins than heathen ethics It also is very poorly edited.

  7. Kathryn says:

    This is very detailed and contains lots of good information I suggest this to anyone interested in ancient Germanic culture.

  8. Matt Young says:

    Great primer on heathenry.

  9. No says:

    Fundamental reading for anyone seriously studying heathenism This really gets at the meat of the foundation of a healthy folk, heathen society, tribe, family, and even your individual self I feel like it gives you an extremely zoomed out view and big picture while breaking it down all the way to the ground Powerful work Quite simply, the World Tree is the infrastructure of the multiverse as indicated in V lusp , stanza 2, the Nine Worlds are contained within the Tree.The World Tree sits in Fundamental reading for anyone seriously studying heathenism This really gets at the meat of the foundation of a healthy folk, heathen society, tribe, family, and even your individual self I feel like it gives you an extremely zoomed out view and big picture while breaking it down all the way to the ground Powerful work Quite simply, the World Tree is the infrastructure of the multiverse as indicated in V lusp , stanza 2, the Nine Worlds are contained within the Tree.The World Tree sits in the Well of Wyrd much as a house pl...

  10. Noize_grrrl says:

    A fantastic introduction to basic moral concepts in heathenry.

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