For Indo-European Studies

He hath need of his wits who wanders wide,
aught simple will serve at home;
but a gazing-stock is the fool who sits
mid the wise, and nothing knows

Coming Soon:
Introduction of the Indo-Iranian branch of
Indo-European Studies

  1. The Hero Sigurd, and the Germanic Idea of Reincarnation

  2. The History of Runology: From Bureus and Worm to Today

  1. The Anglo-Frisian Runic Tradition

  2. Runes in Literature and the Rune-Poems

  3. Problems in Runic Interpretation

  4. Sacred Symbols and Signs in Germanic religion and art

  5. Sigurd as the trifuntional hero: Why Sigurd is the greatest of all Germanic Hero's

  6. The Shahnama " The epic of kings"A Persian Edda and a storehouse of living Indo-European lore

  7. Celtic Image, Identity and Culture

  8. Old Norse Saga Literature: An Introduction

  9. Vos for a helt iz er? The Yiddish language, medieval literary history of Yiddish & the Germanic Heroic Tradition.

  10. Skaldic Poetry

  11. Bronze Age Rock Carvingsand Germanic Religion

  12. Nudism, Heathenry and the Reformbewegung in Early 20th Century Germany

  13. The Germanic Concept of Fate

  14. The Origins, Character and Developmentof the early Rune-using Culture

  15. Easter— Its Pagan Roots in the Germanic World

  16. The Decay and Disintegration ofthe Rune-Using Culture of Scandinavia: 900-1600 CE.

  17. Robert E. Howard: Texian and Myth-Forger. His Theory of Reincarnation Compared to Traditional Germanic Belief.

  18. Introduction - Definitions - History of the Discovery of the Urheimat Indo-European Cultural Features

  19. Anatolian and Tokarian Cultures Indo-European Cosmology

  20. Celtic Culture Indo-European Concepts of Law

  21. Principles of Ancient Germanic Economics

  22. Origin of the Runes: Theories and Problems

  23. The Development of the Younger Futhark

  24. Runic Codes

  25. Runic Technology and Art Historical Problems

  26. Thidrek's Saga: Low German heroic tradition in old Norse form

  27. Germanic Image, Identity and Culture

  28. Three forms of sovereignty in Germanic culture:Theories of government from a traditional past

  29. Runes in context of the Bronze age artifacts: Questions of continuity & syncretism

  30. The Ura Linda Chronicle: Esoteric Wisdom or Fraud?

  31. The Poetic Edda

  32. The Wooden Gods of Ancient Germania: Their Meaningand Legacy

  33. The Thidreks-Saga: A Neglected Document of Germanic History and Legend

  34. Germanic reawakening in America before 1970

  35. Gothicism: The use of themyth in Europe & the Americas

  36. The Germanic Humanities VI: The 20th Century

  37. Our Mysterious Original Way of Writing: an Introduction to Runology

  38. Hermann the Germanin History, Myth and Literature: Who he was and why he is important to the history of the world

  39. Freemasonry

  40. The Myth and Reality of Occultism in the Third Reich

  41. Vedic India The Comparative Method

  42. Hellenic Culture Indo-European Poetics and “Literature”

  43. Balto-Slavic Culture Indo-European Concepts of Economy & Kinship

  44. Divine Twins - King and Virgin- Horse and Warrior

  45. Old Irish Literature

  46. The Older Runic Period: From the Beginnings to 750 CE

  47. The Runes in Medieval Scandinavia and Beyond

  48. The problem of Rune Magic

  49. Whither Runology?

  50. "Cracker Culture" Irish culture as expressed in the old South and beyond

  51. The disk of Nebra:A miniature stonehenge from bronze age Germany

  52. Norse elements in the English Language

  53. Runes in Medieval magical treatises outside Scandinavia

  54. Snorri Sturluson and the Edda

  55. Didactics of the Old English Rune Poem: Life lessons from the Anglo-Saxons

  56. The Germanic and Celtic Peoples: Interactions and conflicts from prehistoric times to the
    viking age

  57. The Germanic Traditions of Yule

  58. Germanic Culture I. Social status in Indo-European culture - Indo-European royalty & its function

  59. Germanic Culture II. God and Warrior

  60. The Germanic Humanities I & II: Ancient & Medieval Times

  61. The Germanic Humanities III: Renaissance times

  62. The Germanic Humanities IV: The 18th Century

  63. The Germanic Humanities V: The 19th Century

  64. Pennsylvania German Hexerei-Legends & Methods of working

  65. Ancient Battles by: Jim Chisholm

  66. Ancient Battles / The Suebi by: Jim Chisholm

  67. Ancient Battles / 57BCE Battles on the Sabis and Axona by: Jim Chisholm

  68. Ancient Battles / Ambiorix by: Jim Chisholm

  69. Woden

  70. Our ancient tongue: the beauty of Old English

  71. Our ancient heritage and destiny, Our Ancient Heritage and its Importance for today

  72. Johannes Bureus: Rosicrucian and Rune Magician

  73. The Yuletide Tale of the Three Magi: Myth and History.

  74. Iran and Avestan culture

  75. Indo-European cult, the Sacred and Sacrifice

  76. Runes and Magic

  77. Italic culture and Indo-European psychology

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