With new runes.
And the End of the World is coming.
Filled with inventive and humorous detail, trickery and treachery, carnage and lunacy, Runelight is the second title - following Runemarks - in a series of gloriously imaginative and dramatic tales about the Norse gods. from bestselling author Joanne Harris.
Articles & Interviews by Dr. Karl E. H. Seigfried.
A Norse mythologist & musician in Chicago, Karl teaches Norse religion & myth at Carthage College, Loyola University & Newberry Library. The Norse Mythology Blog was 2011 Best Weblog About Religion finalist.
Gods of Asgard is a full-length graphic novel interpretation of the Norse myths, drawing on English translations of the original source material. It is a lifelong dream of artist/author Erik Evensen, who realized that although this mythology figures prominently in the world of comics, a true, straightforward adaptation has never been published in the United States.
Helrunar is a comprehensive research material regarding the history, use and meanings of runes from prehistory to the present. Jan Fries delves into the deep past to explain how runic symbols have been used through the millennia as mystic and practical tools.
Jan writes expertly and with humour to guide the reader on the path of understanding runes in their original context and how their application can benefit our lives today.
The Poetic Edda comprises a treasure trove of mythic and spiritual verse holding an important place in Nordic culture, literature, and heritage. Its tales of strife and death form a repository, in poetic form, of Norse mythology and heroic lore, embodying both the ethical views and the cultural life of the North during the late heathen and early Christian times.
Written in Iceland a century after the close of the Viking Age, The Prose Edda is the source of most of what we know of Norse mythology. Its tales are peopled by giants, dwarves, and elves, superhuman heroes and indomitable warrior queens.
The Crafty Wiccan is for all those Witches that are looking for something a bit different and special, all our Wands, Scourges, Staffs and wooden items are made by only two people. all the items will be blessed and or charged by us, unless you ask us not to.
All our items are made with locally sourced wood or fairtrade and ethically sourced materials. Our Tibetan silver charms are made by individual craftsmen.
Here at Lokibrand we celebrate Nordic history and the mysterious mythology surrounding the era of the Vikings.
The unification of historical art, along with our own designs to everyday fashion, we bring together the old and the new for fun and educational values.
Every design has a name which is printed in Runes on the t-shirt as part of the design.