Bookversary: Sigdrifa’s Prayer & Walking Toward Yggdrasil
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Today I have two book publication anniversaries, both books published 15 years ago today.
“An investigation into the meaning of one of the few surviving prayers from pre-Christian Heathenry. Drawing on her experience as a Heathen priest, Ms. Krasskova delves into this prayer line-by-line offering her own unique insights. This monograph is as much an examination of prayer and its place in modern Heathenry as it is an analysis of Sigdrifa’s prayer itself. She raises many questions as to the nature of Heathen devotion and seeks, in her own inimitable style, to provide a few thought-provoking answers.”
Is Sigdrifa’s Prayer: An exploration & Exegesis in your library? You can grab it today on amazon.
“Walking Toward Yggdrasil is a collection of devotional poetry dedicated to the Norse God Woden. These poems celebrate the intimacy, intensity, passion and the terror that He is capable of arousing in His devotees. It is a joyous offering to the All Father by a woman who has served Him for over a decade. The text of the book is given both in English and German.”
The book is now out of print, but you can find all the English language content presented with additional material in He is Frenzy available on amazon or you can purchase it on bookshop to support small, independent booksellers.
Posted on May 21, 2022, in Book News, devotional work, Heathenry, Polytheism, prayers and tagged Asatru, book, bookversary, devotional, Heathenry, Northern tradition, Odin, Pagan, Polytheism, Sigdrifa's Prayer, Walking Toward Yggdrasil, Woden. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.