Saturday, October 8, 2011

Table of Contents/ Final Post


This is the sum of my work on this book. Below I've included a PDF copy of the manuscript I've been writing. It is Public Domain so use it any way you please. 

Download:
Germanic Mythology and World View - En - Incomplete.pdf

The following is the translated table of contents for Germanic Mythology and World View. 

Table of Contents:

Foreword

:::Part I. Excerpts from Germanic Mythology
Gínungagap
Heavenly Bodies
The Doctrine of the Elements
The Golden Age
Giants
Weather
Æsir
Vanir
Yggdrasill
The Norns
Fylgja and Hamingja
Dísir
Hamhleypa
The Nine Worlds and Heavens
The Gods
Óðinn
Óðin’s hustruer
Gunnlöð
Óðinn as Finder of Runes
Valhöll
Valkyrjur
Óðinn as Harbarðr
Óðin’s Sons
Hermoðr
Týr
Heimdallr
Bragi and Iðunn
Baldr and Nanna
Ilmr and Njörun
Forseti
Meili
Þórr
Sif
Þórr and Sif
Ullir
Þórr and Hrúgnir
Þórr and Geirröðr
Þórr and Skrýmir
Þórr and the Miðgarðsormr
Þórr and Þrymr
Avsluttende om Þórr
Víðarr
Njörðr and Skaði
OEgir and Ran
Freyr
Skírnismál
Freyja
Loki
Loki’s Children
Fenrir
Jörmungandr
Hel
Loki’s Skjebne
Ragnarök
The New World

:::Part II. Excerpts of Germanic Culture
Austrôn
Winter Solstice
Asgarðsreið
Summer Solstice
Kvinnens gul
Runes
Draupnir
Origin
Algiz and Warha
Rune-Reading
Seidmenn
Bryllup
Name Giving
The Dead
Seið
Sól and Máni
Om forholdet mellom ærbarhet og andskraft
The Nine Worlds
Göndulf
The Journey North
Germanic Adel
Om forræderi
Viking Times
Veröld
Þulá
Ansuz
Heiðingi
Blár
Scandinavia
Germãnus
Albedo
Age of the Gods
Belovodja
Tuisto
Brynhildr
Names of the Germanic Gods
The Year’s Inndeling

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