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Odinism: The Religion of Our Germanic Ancestors In the Modern World: Essays on the Heathen Revival and the Return of the Age of the Gods by Wyatt Kaldenberg (2011-04-07).

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Wyatt Kaldenberg's book, Odinism In The Age Of Man, seeks to define a branch of the modern Heathen .

Wyatt Kaldenberg's book, Odinism In The Age Of Man, seeks to define a branch of the modern Heathen reawakening known as Odinism. The Odinic religion is rooted in Northern European ancestor worship. Odinism is sometimes called the Viking religion or Norse Paganism. This book, from my perspective, presented an accurate diagnosis of the problem in the current nuclear age that we live in. Mr. Kaldenberg couldn’t have phrased this era any better, than by calling it the, "Age of Man".

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Odinism In the Age of Man advocates a return to family centered tribalism, ancestral traditions, and the Gods and Goddesses of our people. He believes that the answers our popular culture offer are not answers at all, but part of the bigger problem. He feels contemporary political solutions cannot resolve the dilemma of the decaying West.

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Odinism In the Age of Man advocates a return to family centered tribalism, ancestral traditions, and the Gods and Goddesses of our people. Wyatt Kaldenberg’s Odinism In the Age of Man argues that the modern world is corrupt and in rapid decline. He believes that the answers our popular culture offer are not answers at all, but part of the bigger problem. He feels contemporary political solutions cannot resolve the dilemma of the decaying West. According to Mr. Kaldenberg, Western civilization is in spiritual decay and the only workable response to our spiritually dead society is to reject the Age of Man and return to our own Gods and Goddesses. Kaldenberg shows that political movements such as liberalism, conservativism, socialism, capitalism, neo-Nazism, and fascism are materialistic world views that progressively lead the West down a road to doom. He claims the declining Age of Man is an open door to the coming Age of the Gods. Kaldenberg writes, “Being born in the Age of Man is our destiny. We were brought into this world for a reason. We must become men and women of our time. We must go forth and meet our destiny as men and women of a new horizon. Odinism must return our people to the Age of the Gods.” As Christian churches decrease in attendance, young people are increasingly turning to polytheism for spiritual answers. Modern people are reverting to their native spiritual roots. Contemporary Heathenism is forming into a number of separate theological branches such as Asatru, Odinism, Theodism, Norse Wicca, and Wotanism. Wyatt Kaldenberg’s book, Odinism In The Age Of Man, seeks to define a branch of the modern Heathen reawakening known as Odinism. The Odinic religion is rooted in Northern European ancestor worship. Odinism is sometimes called the Viking religion or Norse Paganism. It draws from the pre-Christian native beliefs of the Anglo-Saxon, Frankish, Germanic, and Nordic peoples. Odinism is a polytheistic religion. Odinism is a family centered faith. The chief Gods and Goddesses of the religion are Odin, Frigga, Thor, Frey, Freyja, Ostara, Heimdall, Tyr, Sunna, Eartha, and Ullr. This book contains the essays: About Odinism In The Age of Man The Declining Western Civilization Odinism in an Alien World Odinism Must Stand Separate From Everything Marxism, National Socialism, and Odinism Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? Utopianism, American Mythology, and the Dictatorship of Money Odinism Must Take Our People Out Of the Age of Man
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  • Yahm
Mr Kaldenberg's book is a collection of essays based on the perspective on Odinism and the world he has acquired from a lifetime of experience, not only in Odinism, but also his earlier experiences as a Socialist and a more politicized writer. His perspective on Odinism is informative as to many current beliefs and perceptions of that movement, but its value also lies in the author's takes on various issues which are uniquely his own, or at least a minority view. His distinctions between Odinism and Asatru, for example, would certainly be a subject of dispute with some within the latter movement. I have known Asatruar just as Folkish and opposed to national movements as Mr. Kaldenberg, although it is true (of course) that the better-known movements with Asatru, both Folkish and Universalist, are national organizations. Of more interest is the author's take on various matters subject to dispute in current politics - the place of Israel and the Jews, his condemnation of both modern Nazi sympathizers and the Tea Party (the last of which is especially refreshing, having viewed the taint of that group's Fundamentalist take on politics in Asatru groups). All in all, this author's perspective on Odinism and the religion, culture and heritage of his people - which also happens to be mine - is a mature one, the result of the author's working his way through various extreme positions to find one which he, and we, can live in, which is a new Tribalism based on a deeper understanding of our own true natures and our gods. Once this perspective is held, some minor details as to belief and practice become seen as healthy, as Mr. Kaldensberg's tribal Odinism does not lend itself to a totalitarianism of religious view, Definitely a recommended read for those interested in the subject matter of its title.

A caveat: This is a book of essays, not an academic treatise, and although the author lists a selection of recommended books on Odinism and related topics, the reader looking for extensive source footnotes should look elsewhere. This, instead, is the experience of Mr, Kaldenberg's life, for which I value it.
  • ChallengeMine
As Kaldenberg starts off in chapter one, "this is not an introduction to Heathen religion". For that, I would highly recommend Osred's Odinism: Past, Present, and Future for an excellent in-depth history lesson, as it's probably the best one out there right now. This is a relatively short compilation of essays dealing with Odinism in today's rapidly declining West, written in American blue-collar layman's terms: short, blunt, and to the point. Considering how few books on Odinism are out there, I can guarantee you will get a unique perspective here that is different from all the others. The chapter on 'Utopianism, American Mythology, and the Dictatorship of Money' is worth the price of the book itself. I would suggest reading Wyatt's first book, Odinism: The Religion of Our Germanic Ancestors in the Modern World, before this one for a little more background on the religion itself.
  • Oveley
This book isn't lore interpretation as you would expect from most titles in it's genre. It is about how society has lost it's contact with the divine.How it has evolved into the chaos of present day issues. The 'Age of Man' connotates the literal naturalist and/or humanist stance of the masses and how it leads to the greed and corruption associated with one unconcerned with divine direction. It is very non-biased often incorporating the opinions of some who are opposed to the Author's viewpoints. The 'Age of Man' is musings of world current events relating to the threats of western civilization,the heavily diabolical schematics of government and how one of the Odinist belief must mind his place in it all. This book's musings have such a large range of ground it would be hard to summarize in a simple review.Although a short book,densely packed with deep decisions to ponder about the future. Mr. Kaldenberg even takes the against the grain stance of siding with Israel for protecting the solidarity of the west. The last couple chapters hit me quite hard. They spoke of the true American Revolution which did not involve the noble virtues taught in grammar school. Used comparisons of ancient Rome and various wars to show the evil imperialist natures that fuel 'The Age of Man'. Regardless of whether you a hundred percent agree with things stated,it will leave you thinking of things that you probably didn't before.
  • Yndanol
It was an honest book about Odinism, I think that the book was well written as well as it cited one of my works in a must read list which I am grateful about. The only the thing I disagree about the book is that it alienates Wotanists and maintains that Wotanists are inherently not Odinists. The point is that both still follow the teach the teachings of Odin so regardless both the people that are the author's audience and those that he is trying to alienate from being Odinists believe in Odin nonetheless and the only distinction is a political distinction which is not really about religion and more about political conviction. However in my book I also note the importance of Political structures within the religion to set the moral standard for the conduct of said religion and followers.
  • Siralune
Interesting perspective on the World of Man and its incapacity to see beyond itself. Highly recommended.
  • Saberdragon
Did To much complaining on other religions,and races.Did not go in talking about how to practice Odinism today.Nothing on God,and Goddess,or rituals.
  • Fountain_tenderness
The book is not exceptionally well written from a grammatical perspective, but is rather conversational and reads like a blog. However, there are a lot of good points raised, especially as the output says, for people who are trying to leave the mainstream and Christian mindset. It was very interesting.