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English, German, Dutch, Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish peoples are all directly descended from this ancient Germanic cultural stock. According to author Edred Thorsson, if you are interested in living a holistic life with unity of body-m This in-depth primer of the magic of the Northern Way introduces the major concepts and practices of Gothic or Germanic magic. According to author Edred Thorsson, if you are interested in living a holistic life with unity of body-mind-spirit, a key to knowing your spiritual heritage is found in the heritage of your body-in the natural features which you have inherited from your distant ancestors.

Most readers of this book already "speak the language" of the Teutonic tradition. Northern Magic contains material that has never before been discussed in a practical way. This book outlines the ways of Northern magic and the character of the Northern magician. It explores the theories of traditional Northern psychology or the lore of the soul in some depth, as well as the religious tradition of the Troth and the whole Germanic theology.

The remaining chapters make up a series of "mini-grimoires" on four basic magical techniques in the Northern Way: Younger Futhark rune magic, Icelandic galdor staves, Pennsylvania hex signs, and "seith" or shamanism.

This is an excellent overview of the Teutonic tradition that will interest neophytes as well as long-time travelers along the Northern Way.

Contains four complete handbooks of magical practice in one Gives practical instructions on how to carve runes and make hex-signs Provides the history of the Northern Renaissance Outlines the Germanic Gods and Goddesses Get A Copy.

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I bought this book in , long before I even had a computer which I didn't get until lol Oh those dial up modem days! So while people bash this book as irrelevant as one can just do a google search I say thi I bought this book in , long before I even had a computer which I didn't get until lol Oh those dial up modem days!

I say this book is a good beginner book but continue to do your own research go beyond google! This book was revolutionary for its time as there were so few resources on this specific topic back then at least where I am from, back then I was lucky to even have been able to get my hands on this book.

Cross reference and ascertain for yourself what is credible within this book. Apr 01, Anniken Haga rated it liked it Shelves: , non-fiction. I was unsure if I should put this book into my ''fact'' shelf, for while there was a lot of information in this book, the author don't back any of it up with other books or data mentioning or meaning the same.

Honestly, the whole thing read a little like an essay written by a 16 year old. The book is titled ''Rune Mysteries and Shamanism'', but while the author gave over pages to the runes, there were hardly 20 pages given to the shamanic element of it - which was sad, as that was what I wan I was unsure if I should put this book into my ''fact'' shelf, for while there was a lot of information in this book, the author don't back any of it up with other books or data mentioning or meaning the same.

The book is titled ''Rune Mysteries and Shamanism'', but while the author gave over pages to the runes, there were hardly 20 pages given to the shamanic element of it - which was sad, as that was what I wanted to read about, not the runes.

Not to mention that instead of using space on what the book was supposed to be about, he started talking about another kind of rune-like magic from the US, as well as magic organisations through the ages. It felt like a 16 year old had submerged himself in this one aspect of it all, then threw in something at last minute because it was supposed to be part of the essay.

Some other review has also mentioned trouble with the authors voice, and I have to say I agree. While the writing in itself wasn't bad - I read through the whole thing in less than 2 days, which is pretty great for me - it was condecending, somehow. The way the author talked about any other belief system than runes or symbol magic made me think he was writing it with a sneer on his face. And don't get me started on female-strong magic. That was hardly mentioned, even if half the book was supposed to be about it!

So where does that leave the book? Well, it was interesting if you want to know more about rune-magic, but be warned that the author don't back any of the information with other information than his own books. Oh, on that note! The author made a bunch of ''accusations'' in this book, or assumptions, but there was nothing to back it.

Just his word flung into the wind. So, yeah. That leaves us with a book with a lot of info, but nothing backed. I'm not sad I read it. I'm glad I bought it, for it was interesting reading, but I wouldn't feel safe using any of it in magic without researching it first, and that's what this book is supposed to do, not make me have to research the same stuff over again.

I'm a little disappointed and would warn others that this book isn't fact-based, or the author isn't. Also, I'm sorry if it seems like I'm attacking the author here. That is not my intentions, but there is no other way to describe this book. It is interesting, but it doesn't feel like the proper work was put into it, and if that's the author or the publisher, I don't know, and so I blame the author I know, that is bad!

Aug 21, Alandri Barnett rated it liked it. Slightly more information on the topic than I could find up to date. The writing style is a bit grating to read. But the information is good. Would definitely suggest it if someone is curious about the topic.

Oct 09, Katy Lohman rated it it was amazing Shelves: owned. Jan 03, ReD rated it it was ok. Not a horrible book, but not good enough to get 3 stars. A full review will be coming soon. This is something I can usually overlook and don't normally consider so I didn't count this against it in my star rating but at times, it seemed very condescending.

This is a personal preference, however. Though basic, they did help. The first half of the book was a bit weak but there were interesting parts about Icelandic galdor staves and Pennsylvania Dutch hex signs. Aug 05, Alexandra Chauran rated it really liked it. I read this book as research for writing my book, Runes for Beginners. This book had a system that clearly hung together for the author, but there were some undertones that were disconcerting and some terminology not found elsewhere.

I'd recommend this book for informed readers who do their own fact-checking. It was a very informative book, as long as you were looking for Norse information; I am looking for Anglo-Saxon Northern Tradition. Still, it did point me in the correct direction and gave me some foundation. I would recommend it, but know you are primarily going to get Old Norse information. May 31, Melissa rated it it was ok Shelves: religion.

Good overview. Nothing that you can't learn from good research on the internet. The bibliography is valuable as a jumping off point to reading other books. Nov 23, Garrett rated it really liked it. Rune Magic,Bind Runes,Hex signs and trance work. Great intro to the Younger Futhark. Oct 04, Jaime rated it liked it Shelves: history , religion-spirituality , folklore-mythology.

Decent explanation of the Younger Futhark and an interesting chapter on PennaDutch symbolism.

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Publisher: Llewellyn Publications,U. Most likely the best book on Nothern European magic and shamanic traditions currently available. Thorsson gives great detail for such small space on modern runeology, historical context of the runes and rune magic, an Please sign in to write a review. If you have changed your email address then contact us and we will update your details. Would you like to proceed to the App store to download the Waterstones App? We have recently updated our Privacy Policy.

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This in-depth primer of the magic of the Northern Way introduces the major concepts and practices of Gothic or Germanic magic. English, German, Dutch, Icelandic, Danish, Norwegian, and Swedish peoples are all directly descended from this ancient Germanic cultural stock. According to author Edred Thorsson, if you are interested in living a holistic life with unity of body-mind-spirit, a key to knowing your spiritual heritage is found in the heritage of your body-in the natural features which you have inherited from your distant ancestors. Most readers of this book already "speak the language" of the Teutonic tradition. Northern Magic contains material that has never before been discussed in a practical way.

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