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The Asatru's porn... our book hordes

I've recently been compiling a list of the books I own that solely focus on Heathen or Paganism for my thesis and well, here it is:




Bates, The Way of Wyrd

Bauschatz, The Well & the Tree: World & Time in Early Germanic Culture

Blain, Nine Worlds of Seid-Magic: ecstasy & Neo-Shamanism in North European Paganism

Dubois, Nordic Religions in the Viking Age

Ellis Davidson, Myths & Symbols in Pagan Europe

Ellis Davidson, Road to Hel

Ellis Davidson, Gods & Myths of Northern Europe

Fries, Seidways

Glendinning (ed), Edda: A Collection of Essays

Guerber, The Norsemen: Myths & Legends

Hastrup, Culture & History in Medieval Iceland: An anthropological analysis of structure and change

Herbert, Peace-Weavers and Shield-Maidens: Women in Early English Society

Hollander, The Poetic Edda

Jochens, Women in Old Norse Society

Jones, A History of Pagan Europe

Jonsson (ed), Under the Cloak: A Pagan Ritual Turning Point in the Conversion of Iceland

Lindow, Norse Mythology: A Guide to the Gods, heroes, Rituals, & Beliefs

Morris, Sorceress or Witch? The Image of Gender in Medieval Iceland and Northern Europe

Nasstrom, Freyja -- the Great Goddess of the North

Pollington, Leechcraft: Early English Charms, Plantlore and Healing (shipping)

Price, The Archaeology of Shamanism

Storms, Anglo-Saxon Magic

Swatos, Jr., Icelandic Spiritualism: Mediumship & Modernity in Iceland

Thorsson, Northern Magic: Mysteries of the Norse, Germans & English

Thorpe, Northern Mythology: From Pagan Faith to Local Legends

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Comments

No Turville-Petre?
actually a few of the above are co-edited by Turville-Petre, or translated by him, (I am assuming it is a him).

I was going for simplicity & only one author/editor for the list.
Ah. Okay. I was just wondering why you didn't have his one thing on there. ...which is probably because my college has Ellis-Davidson and him, and nothing else.
My college has this weird amalgam, we have some amazing sources, several books that are worth several hundred dollars, even entire series of books worth near to a thousand... and then we have crap books, and we're missing books I'd expect us to have. But at least we have a great InterLibrary Loan department. And see my paper is on Heathen magicoreligious practices: from the ancient past through the reconstructed present... so it may very well be certain sources just aren't helpful to me, or I found the material I needed elsewhere. I don't have the time to read it all afterall.

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