Definition of Odinic. Meaning of Odinic. Synonyms of Odinic

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Definition of Odinic

Odinic
Odinic O*din"ic, a. Of or pertaining to Odin.

Meaning of Odinic from wikipedia

- The Odinic Rite (OR) is a Heathen organisation practicing a form of religion termed Odinism after the chief god of Norse mythology, Odin. It is a reconstructionist...
- arriving at the world of the dead. The mid-7th century Eggja stone bearing the Odinic name haras (Old Norse 'army god') may be interpreted as depicting Sleipnir...
- John Yeowell (a.k.a. Stubba) and John Gibbs-Bailey (a.k.a. Hoskuld) of the Odinic Rite in 1974, and the other set codified by Stephen A. McNallen of the Asatru...
- also refer to: Norse paganism The cult of Odin Odin Odinist Fellowship Odinic Rite The Odin Brotherhood Wodenism, Anglo-Saxon paganism Wotanism (disambiguation)...
- see significance in Mills' work are the northern hemisphere's Odinic Rite, and the Odinic Rite of Australia. The Call of Our Ancient Nordic Religion: Reflections...
- with the foundation of the Rabenclan (1994) and of a German chapter of Odinic Rite in 1995, followed by Nornirs Ætt in 1997 and the Eldaring as a chapter...
- Statistics >> Po****tion >> Religious organisations "The Odinic Rite of Australia". The Odinic Rite of Australia. Retrieved 25 March 2015. Cameron, Alan...
- Heathen and 92 Asatru: The Odinic Rite (OR) was founded in 1980 by John Yeowell, known as "Stubba". On 24 February 1988 the Odinic Rite became the first polytheistic...
- existed in parallel since, temporarily united within the International Asatru-Odinic Alliance (1997–2002). Gardell (2003) cl****ifies the AA as folkish. The AA...
- (Else Christensen, 1971–2005) Odinic Rite (1973) Odinist Fellowship (United Kingdom) (1988) International Asatru-Odinic Alliance (1997–2002) Theodism...
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