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Living Asatru Paperback – August 5, 2003
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A basic introduction to the Aesir and Vanir, the holy tides of the year, the runes and a few cerimonies follow. While not meant as a thorough resource, it does fill it's intended niche quite well as a basic handbook of Asatru, perfect for the beginner, and a book any kindred would do well to have on hand as a basic introduction to Asatru for new seekers.
I didn't agree with some of what he had to say, but he clearly stated that the book contains his own interpretations and opinions. The author encourages the reader to learn more about Asatru through different sources.
That said, I'd recommend this book to anyone. It's a great introduction to Asatru and it's well worth a read.
I gave this book to my family when they were interested in what I believed. It is a great resource for them to understand my religion, even though they are not interested in becoming Asatru themselves. It makes a great resource for explaing Heathenism when you get tongue-tied and don't know where to begin answering people's questions.
I was expecting so much more because of others' reviews of this book. Which leads me to believe that some of the other reviews are "plants".
This book sucks stay away from it.
F. U. Greg!
This is another book I will heartily recommend those people, especially those "new" to Asatru/ Odinism, to read and find a moral compass set to traditional ways.
Greg introduces Asatru in an unbiased and straight forward manner. There are lots of books out there rife with extra detail that might overwhelm a person interested in exploring Asatru - this is not one of them. Living Asatru achieves a perfect balance of depth and breadth.
I wish there were such excellent introductions to other faiths for people; Greg's work is an in valuable contribution to the community.
Eoghan Odinsson, Award Winning Author of "Northern Lore: A Field Guide To The Northern Mind, Body & Spirit"