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As both a Unitarian Universalist and a Celtic Pagan, I have always been interested in learning about the various other pagan pantheons. I had already known the basics of Norse mythology. However, this book discusses the various spiritual practices that someone who is Asatru would utilize.
I loved that there were simple invocations and prayers that you could use in your every day life. I know for me, my Celtic Paganism isn’t something that I put on and off like a coat for special occasions. It is part of my very fabric. And I am sure that Asatru is the same for those who practice it as well.
So if you are like me and wish to learn more about this religion, then I definitely suggest this book as a first start. It will give you all the basics and guidelines. It will not go too in-depth as it is just an introduction, but you will glean much information from its pages.