Collin Cleary is an independent academics with great interest to the ancestral faith, including co-founded the magazine TYR: Myth-Culture–Tradition. This is his first book on Norse faith where he poses the question of whether this is relevant today or if this is only something for role playing ”neo-pagans”.
Cleary argues that there is much to learn and absorb the Norse faith, and he discusses, among other things, Nordic paganism, Tantrism, Alain de Benoist, Karl Maria Wiligut, Alejandro Jodorowski, and Patrick McGoohans classic TV series The Prisoner. Foreword is written by Greg Johnson from Counter-Currents Publishing.
Introduction by Greg Johnson
1. Knowing the Gods
2. Summoning the Gods: The Phenomenology of Divine Presence
3. Paganism without Gods: Alain de Benoist’s On Being a Pagan
4. What God Did Odin Worship?
5. Philosophical Notes on the Runes
6. The Missing Man in Norse Cosmogony
7. Karl Maria Wiligut’s Commandments of Gôt
Among the Ruins
8. Patrick McGoohan’s The Prisoner
9. The Spiritual Journey of Alejandro Jodorowsky
Author: Collin Cleary