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Galdrbok

Practical Heathen Runecraft, Shamanism and Magic

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Galdrbok by Nathan Johnson
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"Galdrbok" ('spell-book') straddles the divide between the academic and the inspirational to provide arguably the most comprehensive and practical 'system' of Northwest European 'Heathen Shamanism' thus far in print. Nine years in preparation and painstakingly constructed by two practicing Heathen shamans, "Galdrbok" explores the magic of Migration Age Northwest Europe and outlines a complete self-study program of Heathen Runecraft. "Galdrbok" introduces the essential techniques of Scrying ('to descry'/'foresee'/crystal gaze), and Galdr (magical chants or sung spells), and other powerful techniques involving Runes (whispered secrets and magical letters) for inducing the 'altered states' necessary to enter and explore the nine magical worlds of 'Yggdrasill' - the Heathen World Tree. The book also includes an impressively thorough bibliography for sourcing essential reading on Heathenry, Paganisms and related occult subjects.

Author Biography

Nathan J. Johnson is a teacher and the author of ten books, including Barefoot Zen: The Shaolin Roots of Kung Fu and Karate (Red Wheel/Weiser 2000). Robert J. Wallis PhD lectures in art history, archaeology and religious studies, is the author of three books including Shamans/neo-Shamans: Ecstasy, Alternative Archaeologies and Contemporary Pagans (Routledge 2003), and Co-directs the Sacred Sites, Contested Rights/Rites Project (www.sacredsites.org.uk). Robert & Nathan are founders of the Ulfhednr Heathen group, Hampshire.
Release date NZ
June 1st, 2005
Pages
404
Illustrations
50 b&w illustrations
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
The Wykeham Press
Dimensions
152x229x25
ISBN-13
9780954960902
Product ID
1838631

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