|A HISTORY OF PAGAN EUROPE|
Nigel Pennick and Prudence Jones
A review of the history of Pagan people and their beliefs.
|A WORLD FULL OF GODS: AN INQUIRY INTO POLYTHEISM|
John Michael Greer
Greer presents ideas and themes that must be included in any intelligent discussion of Pagan theology.
|DRAWING DOWN THE MOON|
The classic survey of contemporary American Paganism.
|TO WALK A PAGAN PATH|
A guide for the man or woman who wants to live more fully as a Pagan every day of the year.
The Saxon Path
|THE LOST GODS OF ENGLAND|
An examination of Anglo-Saxon worship, including a comparison of Old Norse and Old English belief.
|TRAVELS THROUGH MIDDLE EARTH: THE PATH OF A SAXON PAGAN|
An introduction to the Anglo-Saxon gods and goddesses, cosmology and the spirit realm, with an emphasis on contemporary worship.
|THE REAL MIDDLE EARTH|
Bates reveals the Anglo-Saxon perspective and beliefs that inspired Tolkiens writing. This book focuses less on the Anglo-Saxon deities and more on the worldly spirits known to the early English.
|A HANDBOOK OF SAXON SORCERY AND MAGIC|
A practical guide to Anglo-Saxon magic, Albertssons work is based on the Old English Rune Poem, early charms and English folk tradition, as well as personal experience.
|ASPECTS OF ANGLO-SAXON MAGIC|
More scholarly material than practical application, this book includes a large selection of early folk charms.
|TAKING UP THE RUNES|
Although Paxson only explores the 24 runes of the proto-Germanic Futhark, this is one of the better contemporary books on rune lore.
|THE BOOK OF SEIŠR: THE NATIVE ENGLISH AND NORTHERN EUROPEAN SHAMANIC TRADITION|
Runic John shares his seišr techniques for trance journeys into the spirit realms.