Travels Through Middle Earth: The Path of a Saxon Pagan

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Title: Travels Through Middle Earth( The Path of a Saxon Pagan) <>Binding: Paperback <>Author: AlaricAlbertsson <>Publisher: LlewellynPublications

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"This is what I want to hear. This is what I want to read from an author addressing Pagan cosmology. Travels Through Middle Earth may be the journey of 'a' Saxon Pagan, but I believe Albertsson represents 'the' Saxon Pagans quite honorably."--Witches & Pagans

"Albertsson has brought to our shared table a new look at a long-gone faith. If you're interested in exploring other faiths, this book is a good choice."--Renaissance Magazine

"Thorough and personal, the reader will gain a down-to-earth model for true spiritual practice and its rewards."--New Age Retailer

"This book is a thorough and enjoyable voyage into the heart of modern Anglo-Saxon spirituality. With his breezy style and quick wit, the author displays a practical approach to this religion that is both fascinating and informative. I heartily recommend this book to everyone, particularly folks new to this path!"--Rev. Kirk S. Thomas, ADF Vice-Archdruid

"Alaric shares a world of spirituality that is essentially the underpinning of much of the English-speaking world, influencing all our traditions, whether we realize it or not. Through this journey, he gives us the history, understanding, and tools to deepen our own path."--Christopher Penczak, author of The Mystic Foundation

About the Author:

Alaric Albertsson (Pennsylvania) is a founding member of Earendel Hearth, an Anglo-Saxon inhired, and served as vice president and was on the Board of Directors of the Heartland Spiritual Alliance. He is currently a member of the Druidic organization Ar nDraiocht Fein and serves as the Anglo-Saxon Vice Chieftain for the ADF Germanic kin, Eldr ok Iss. Albertsson first embraced polytheism in the summer of 1971. At this time he had the opportunity to talk with rural people in the Ozark Mountains about traditional moon lore, weather lore and folk beliefs and was strongly influenced by spiritist traditions. Over the past four decades, Albertsson's personal spiritual practice has developed as a synthesis of Anglo-Saxon tradition, country folklore, herbal studies and rune lore.

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