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Titre : The Odin Brotherhood a True Account of a ...
Éditeur : Holmes Publishing Group
Etat du livre : Good
Description du livre Holmes Publishing Group, 1995. Hardcover. État : Very Good+. 1st hardcover edition. Previous owner's impressed seal on title page. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 94 pages; Clean, tight copy with sharp corners. Black boards with gold letters. Actual written dialogue of several conversations with members of The Odin Brotherhood over the course of several years. N° de réf. du libraire 39715
Description du livre Holmes Publishing Group, Edmonds, Washington, 1995. Hard Cover. État : Fine. First Edition. Stated First Hardcover Edition. Limited to 200; unstated. Scarce. Black full-cloth boards, gilt stamped spine titles, fine. Pages fine, sharp. Bind fine; hinges intact. Classic colophon illustration of crouching dragon, sword in hand, at title page. A Non-Fiction Account of Contact With an Ancient Brotherhood. An Odinist Prophecy: When the world is pregnant with lies, a secret long hidden will be revealed. Purported authentic dialogue in question and answer formal of several conversations with anonymous members of The Odin Brotherhood over the course of several years by Dr. Mark Mirabello, Professor of European History at Shawnee State University. The Odin Brotherhood details the beliefs, practices, and ethics of a secret society within the Odinist/Asatru pagan religious movement. It views itself as a religion for warriors - not saints. Called an "occult religion" for adepts, a "creed of iron" for warriors, and a "secret society" for those who value "knowledge, freedom and power," the Odin Brotherhood honors the gods and goddesses of the Norse pantheon. This book details the gods, legends, rituals, and mysteries of an ancient and enigmatic movement. 95 pages. Insured post. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. N° de réf. du libraire 017986