Northern Lore is a Field Guide to the Northern Mind-Body-Spirit, and will help you re-discover the Folk-Lore & Traditions of North Western Europe, and acquaint you with modern practices inspired by that lore.

Winner of the Global eBook Award for Best New Age / Non-Fiction Book in 2010

In today’s exciting cosmopolitan society, we tend to discard the old in favor of the new; and while discovering new traditions is a wonderful experience, it’s important to also reflect on the traditions that have shaped our culture, and see where they’ve taken us.

In Northern Lore you will: 

  • Practice “Runic Yoga” for Health and Well-Being
  • Learn Ancient Herblore for Holistic Healing
  • Meet your Animal Spirit Guide, or Fylgia
  • Discover Lost Meaning in the Days of the Week
  • Explore Modern Holidays & connections to Ancestral Festivals
  • Unlock the Mysteries of the Runes
  • Sample Viking and Anglo-Saxon cuisine

Together we’ll take an incredible journey back in time, and forward, embracing a synthesis of ancestral riches, and modern sensibilities. My hope is that after reading this, you’ll go and dig deeper into your history – read the Eddas, harvest some herbs, practice runic yoga and cook a Viking feast! 

Live the Lore! 

Eoghan Odinsson, Editor

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"Single most comprehensive guide"

“This book is the single most comprehensive guide to various branches of the Northern Tradition…… It’s an excellent addition to any library.”

– Freya Aswynn (author of Northern Mysteries & Magick)

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"One of a handful of books I could recomend to a student or seeker of Northern Lore"

“Mythology, ethics, divination, and religious practices are covered in an educated and down to earth manner..one of a handful of books I could recommend to a student or seeker of Northern Lore.”  

  – Sweyn Plowright (Author of The Rune Primer)

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"I would recommend it to anyone!"

“Wassail Eoghan! I truly enjoyed it esp. the section on weather lore, the mythology section and “Tao of the North.” I would recommend it to anyone!”

 – Swain Wódening (Author of Germanic Magic, and Hammer of the Gods)

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