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Fri Aug 10, 2007 1:29 pm
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Here is an interesting site for the readers of: "The Book Balder Rising", and "Vrilology" by Robert Blumetti, albeit, a repackaged form of Asatru, but the site makes for an interesting read none the less. The books however are highly recomended.

The Book of Balder Rising is a wonderful retelling of the Eddas, and Vrilology is a fascinating read about the early origins of our remote Indo European Ancestors, and the occult philosophy of Vril. It delves into some esoteric lore, but taking the time to read them, one will find them truly satisfying. As to a modern repackaging of Odinism, along an offical church of modern ways, I would tend to differ from the author and founders as to their approach, but the message is worth reading about.

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