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Germanic Studies

If one is going into the feild of Germanic Studies and seeks to become a Wizard, then these are the basic texts one must read to have a firm foundation in the Lore which is the very skeleton of the greater Work.

Literature

The Poetic Edda (Lee M. Hollander Translation)
The Prose Edda (Everyman Version)
The Sagas of the Icelanders (Robert Kellogg Translation)
Njal's Saga (Penguin Classics)
Scandinavian Folk Beleif and Legend by Reimund Kvideland

Icelandic

Icelandic:Grammar, Text, and Glossary by Stefan Einarsson
Icelandic-English / English-Icelandic Dictionary by Arnold R. Taylor
Colloquial Icelandic by Daisy Deijmann

Runology

An Introduction to English Runes by R.I. Page
Runes by R.I. Page
Runes and Runic Inscriptions by R.I. Page
Rune Amulets and Magic Objects by Mindy MacLeod
Runes and Magic by Stephen E. Flowers

Indo European

In Search of the Indo Europeans by J.P. Mallory
How to Kill a Dragon by Calvert Watkins
Comparative Mythology by Joan Puhvel

Germanic Magic

Leechcraft: Early English Charms, Plantlore, and Healing by Stephen Pollington
Galdrabok: An Icelandic Grimoire by Stephen E. Flowers
The Black Books of Elverum by Mary S. Rustad

Research

The Craft of Research by Wayne C. Booth
A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations by Kate L. Turabian

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