MIDSUMMER FOLK-MOOT - The Midsummer Folk-Moot to be held at the Wayland's Smithy was cancelled some time ago and this is just a reminder that it will not take place this year.
Copies of SPEAR OF WODEN: COLLECTED ARTICLES FROM THE LEGENDARY WODEN'S FOLK MAGAZINE are now available to pre-order. The book is 220 pages in length and costs just 20 EUROS with free postage to anywhere in the world. The PayPal address is email@example.com and you can find more details below. Cover designed by Zbigniew Boguslawski.
AFTER publishing a popular collection of articles from Sword of Wayland magazine, Black Front Press is now proud to present another selection of features from its esoteric sister-publication, Spear of Woden. Launched in 1998, around the same time that Woden's Folk was founded by Wulf Ingessunu, Spear of Woden has long served as an important contribution to the Germanic Heathen corpus and has built up a formidable reputation as one of the magazines at the very forefront of the English Wodenist revival. The book contains over sixty chapters and subjects include The Secret of Silbury Hill, The Holy Runes: FeUrTh, 33-Day Runic Workout, The Holy Runes, The Willow Tree, The Gift-Goddess, A Call to Action, The Yuletide, The Shadow-Warrior, The Aryan Archetype, The Wolfish-Rage, The Sacred Ring, The Sieðr-Witchcraft, Sig-Tiw, ALU-ULA, The Aryan Sun-Cross, Ancient Wisdom, Hyperborea-Atlantis, The Dream Rune, The Stan Rune, Out of the North, Rudra-Chakrin: 'The Wheel-Turner', The Race of Light & The Race of Darkness, Odin on the World Tree, Archetypes & The Aryan Caste System, Archetypes & the Cweord: The Rune of Sigurd & The Broken Sword, The Saxons, The Sunken Continent, Woden-Lithi, Runes as Symbols, The Prophecy of Sajaha & The Third Sargon, The Volkisch Black Flag, The Maypole, Parsifal: The Third Wave, The Symbel (Part One), A Dream of the Reawakening of the English Folk, The Symbel (Part Two), The Ear-Rune, The Spiral, Thunar as an Archetype, The Shadow-Warrior, Runic Postures, Rad, Robin i' the Hood, Bundish Movement, The Wyn-Rune, The World's Chosen, Sindgund & Hretha, Spiritual Healing, Conscious Awareness, Woden Folk-Religion, The Black Sun: A Simple Analysis, All Gods Are One God, Irmin, Tantra, Tree Meditation, Magical Warfare, Ragnarok and, finally, Road to Valhalla: A Tribute to Jonathan Bowden. The contributors are Wulf Ingessunu, Hamasson, Runebinder, Wotan's Krieger, Steed, Essex Jim, Siegfrith and Mike Smith. In years to come, seekers of mystical wisdom will reflect on this remarkable collection of essays in the way that we presently look back to some of the great runic writings of the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries.