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Travels Through Middle Earth: The Path of a Saxon Pagan Paperback – Feb. 7 2023
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Alaric Albertsson’s Travels Through Middle Earth: The Path of a Saxon Paganis a beautifully written book that tells the reader how to incorporate these old pagan beliefs into modern magical practice. The book itself serves as a bridge to the past – connecting the reader to folklore, traditions, and rituals of the Anglo-Saxons in a way that is both comforting and familiar, while still engaging enough to help the reader add depth to their practice.
Contained herein are instructions for performing the húsel, which is a ritual designed to honor one’s ancestors, the Gods, and the elves and dwarves. Also included are observations on Anglo-Saxon cosmology, the wyrd and it’s connection to fate, seasonal tides and ways to celebrate them, rites of passage, worship, and magic. This book is truly a must have for anyone seeking alignment with the old ways of the Anglo-Saxons.
- ASIN : B0BQH6Y8V2
- Publisher : Crossed Crow Books (Feb. 7 2023)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 183 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8985628166
- Item weight : 240 g
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.17 x 21.59 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #541,164 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #164 in Runes
- #469 in Celtic Religions (Books)
- #1,033 in Comparative Religion (Books)
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I recommend for any who wish to follow the Northern Native Faiths from an English (Anglo-Saxon) perspective, and anyone who wishes to set up their own group of practitioners. If you’re new to this but wish to be a private practitioner look for other books.
As the author points out, however, all of those of us who have been reared with English as a primary language, whether one’s ancestors were Saxons or not, have an inherent connection to the Saxon culture. That is if one accepts the premise that language tends to guide thought and perspective.
We wish this book had more of Saxon magic in it than it does, it is primarily about worship of the Saxon Gods (who are very like the Norse ones), but we found it quite illuminating anyway. And, it has a simple recipe for making Mead. How can you beat that?
The Silver Elves authors of the Faerie Unfolding: The Cosmic Expression of the Divine Magic .