The Jotunbok: Working with the Giants of the Northern Tradition
Lulu Press, Inc, 12 бер. 2013 р.
The Gods of the Northern Tradition--the religion of the ancient Norse/Germanic/Anglo-Saxon peoples--have been rediscovered in growing numbers in the past years, as have the elves and dwarves that inhabit the Nine Worlds of the Cosmic Tree along with them. However, few have written about the Giants of those worlds and the Gods who number among them--Loki, Hela, Fenris, the World Serpent, and others--until now. The Jotunbok--the first book in the Northern-Tradition Shamanism series--is a collection of the wisdom, ways and tales of the Giants and their Gods, told by those who revere and work with them.
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Aegir Aesir Alfar Andvari Angrboda Asgard asked Aurvandil Bestla blood bloodlines body Bragi brother called child clan cold dark daughter dead death deities Duergar earth etins eyes Farbauti father Fenris fire fireetins flame Frey Freyja Frigga frostthurse Gerda giantess giants gift goddess gods Gunnlod Gymir Hail hair hall hand head healing heart Heimdall Hela’s Helheim honor human Hymir Iormungand Iron Wood Jarnsaxa Jotnar Jotun Jotunfolk Jotunheim knew Laufey live Loki Loki’s look lore magic married Mengloth Midgard Mimir Mordgud mother mountain Muspellheim nature never Niflheim night Nine Worlds Njord Nornir Norns Norse northerntradition Odin Odin’s one’s Ragnarok Rökkr runes serpent shapeshifting Sigyn Skadi smiled speak spiritworker stone story Surt Suttung Svipdag tell things Thor Thor’s told took Tree tribe trickster turn Vanaheim Vanir wife wights wolf woman wonder words Wyrd