Volume two of the journal is now available for purchase from our
. Volume two's contents include:
Guido von List's "On the German Priesthood of Wuotan"
Friedrich Bernhard Marby's "The Origins of Matter"
Žorbert Lķnleįh's "Huuetstźneslioth"
Stephen M. Borthwick's "The Natural Order of the Ensouled Folk" and "Against the Primitivists"
Christopher A. Plaisance's "The Emergent Hierarchy"
Kris Stevenson's "Hero, Anti-Hero, Villain"
Zacrey Monte Hansen's "Entropy Personified"
Stephen Pollington's "The Horned Man"
Interviews with Stefn Thorsman and Ed LeBouthillier, Bron Taylor, and John Michael Greer
A selection of book reviews
And cover art by Arrowyn Craban-Lauer
Volume one of the journal is now available for purchase from our
, and a growing selection of book stores. Volume one's contents include:
Alain de Benoist's
Intolerance and Religion
Stephen M. Borthwick's
Hermann Awakened: Folkishness vs. Racism
Wandering the Nine Worlds: Heathenism's Shamanic Origins
The Feminine in the Post-Modern Age: How Feminism Negates Folkways
Cognitive Bias and Contemporary Heathenry
When the Gods Speak Back: A Heathen Perspective on Gardening
Christopher A. Plaisance's
Why I am a Heathen
Thoughts on Poetry
An Interpretation of Germanic Mythology
Magic Plants Used Symbolically in Germanic Heathen Hexology
Selected poetry from Xenia Bakran-Sunic, Juleigh Howard-Hobson, Steven Robinson and Troy Wisehart
An interview with Neofolk musicians Sonne Hagal
And a selection of book reviews