Mandrake of Oxford
5th edition, 2003
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Called an "occult religion" for adepts, a "creed of iron" for warriors, and a "secret society" for higher men and women who value "knowledge, freedom and power," the Odin Brotherhood honors the gods and goddesses of the Norse pantheon. This non-fiction book details the legends, the rituals, and the mysteries of an ancient and enigmatic movement.
The book (ISBN 1869928717) is available from Mandrake of Oxford, a British occult publishing house.
Mark Mirabello, Ph.D., writes on the supernatural (The Odin Brotherhood and The Crimes of Jehovah), the unnatural (The Cannibal Within, an erotic horror novella), and the natu More...