Norse Magic and Asatru: An Essential Guide to Norse Divination, Elder Futhark Runes, Paganism, and Heathenry for Beginners

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Two manuscripts in one book:

  • Norse Magic for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide to Norse Divination, Reading Elder Futhark Runes, and Spells
  • Asatru: The Ultimate Guide to Norse Paganism, Heathenry, and Asatru for Beginners

If you are curious about the mysteries surrounding the Norse Futhark runes, keep reading...

There are several ways runes can help make your life a lot easier, and learning how to use them is almost like having your cheat sheet to life.

Part one of this book will teach you everything you need to know about runes - their mythical origins, the Norse legends surrounding them, and background on the Norse deities that lend their powers to the runes.

In part one of this book, you will:

  • Discover the pantheon of the Norse gods and goddesses
  • Learn how to make your own set of runes
  • Find out what to look for when you're buying runes
  • Identify the names of all the Elder Futhark runes and what they represent
  • Learn how to prepare your runes for your first use
  • Discover how to invoke the powers of the runes
  • Get advice on how and when to cleanse and recharge your runes
  • Increase your perception and intuition to make your readings more accurate
  • See examples of how to create your own layouts
  • Master the art of reading your runes and figuring out the answers
  • Discover the mystery behind the enigmatic Blank Rune
  • Learn rune poems and how to make your readings more powerful

Helped by part one of this book, you can go from knowing absolutely nothing about runes to becoming a formidable rune reader. Even though the ancient Norse are no longer of this world, their culture and practices still live today.

If you want to learn about Norse Paganism or Asatru, then check out part two of this book.

Have you ever asked yourself whom ancient humans worshipped before the onset of Christianity and other popular religions of the world? Did our ancient ancestors have gods and goddesses? How did they pray?

Have you ever wondered about Nordic tribes and their gods and goddesses? Such as Odin, Thor, Freya, Loki, and others? Who are they? What were their characteristics?

What about Thor and his special hammer? How did he and his hammer get their powers? What was the origin of the universe, at least according to the ancient Germanic belief? If you need answers to any of the above questions, then you have come to the right place.

By the end of part two, you will:

  • Learn everything you need to know about Norse Paganism or Asatru.
  • Discover who the Vikings and Anglo-Saxons were and find out about their belief systems.
  • Find out if Heathenry is different from Asatru.
  • Discover what the Nine Noble Virtues are and what other codes the Asatru follows.
  • Learn who the Aesir and Vanir deities are and how they were connected.
  • Explore how Asatru is connected with nature and what the land spirits or vaettir are.
  • Read about who the jotuns are.
  • Identify the origin of the cosmos, according to Norse Paganism, including who the first being was and how others came to be.
  • Understand the various Heathen rituals, festivals, and commemorative days, including how rituals are conducted on a personal and large-scale level.
  • Learn to master the art of Asatru.
  • Discover where you can find organizations on Asatru and join or create your own kindred.

If you have been searching for an easy-to-understand guide on Asatru ranging from the beginning right up until today, then part two of this is the book for you!


Author: Mari Silva

Publish Date: March 16, 2021

Binding: Hardcover

Physical Info: 0.63" H x 9.02" L x 5.98" W (1.11 lbs) 250 pages

Author Bio: None at this time.

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