Tag: Asatru

    The Elder Edda

    Sæmund SIGFUSSON (1056 – 1133), translated by Olive BRAY ( – ) The Elder or Poetic Edda is a collection of Old Norse poems dating from the thirteenth century CE. Though no two translators or editors seem to agree on precisely which poems should be included in this collection, the Elder Edda is the most important source for Norse mythology and legends of northern European heroes. The later “Younger” or Prose Edda, gathered or transcribed by Snorri Sturluson in about 1220 CE, is the other such source, largely drawing on and even directly quoting from the poetic material of the […]

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    Hear The Cry Of The Ancestors

    Greetings to the hall, I have a poem for you, written and published many years ago. HERE THE CRY OF THE ANCESTORS FROM ECHOES OF A TIME LONG AGO FROM ECHOES BEYOND THE VEIL OF OUR TIME   HERE THE CRY OF THE ANCESTORS AS THEY STAND WITH OUR GODS AS THEY STAND WITH OUR FUTURE   HERE THE CRY OF THE ANCESTORS STAND BEFORE THE HOARD AND HOLD YOUR GROUND STAND BEFORE THE HOARD AND REMEMBER THE BELIEFS   HERE THE CRY OF THE ANCESTORS STAND AS WE SHOULD HAVE DONE STAND AS ONLY YOU CAN DO   HERE […]

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