Somewhere Over the Rainbow......

Understanding Old Norse Cosmology
Yggdrasil and the Nine Worlds

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Historic Conceptions of the World-Tree
  An Introduction to Old Norse Cosmology
Counting the Nine Worlds of Norse Mythology
 Where on Earth is Asgard?
What Snorri's Edda Really Says About
the Home of the Gods
In Search of Iðavöllr:
Turning Heaven Upside Down
I. Old Norse Cosmology Drawn from
Passages in the Poetic Edda

Towards an Understanding of
the Genuine Old Heathen Worldview:
How our Heathen Forebears Saw their World

II.  Old Norse Cosmology Drawn from
Passages in Snorri's Edda

Snorri's Attempt to Combine
the Roman Catholic and Old Norse Worldviews:
A Cosmology in Chaos

Kevin Crossley-Holland's The Norse Myths (1988)

Inngard and Utgard:
A Modern Scholarly Perspective

Attempts to Reconcile
the Cosmological References
in the Poetic Edda and Snorri's Edda

IV. The World-Mill
The Mill at the Bottom of the Sea


V. The Symbolism of Sacrifice

Delving Deeper into the Mysteries of the Germanic Religion

The Nine Worlds of Norse Mythology

Visions of Yggdrasil
"I think that I shall never see, A sight as lovely as a Tree."
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Grimnismal 31: "Three Roots Stand on Three Ways Beneath the Tree"

Mimir's Grove

Urd's Well
Germanic Mythology: Texts, Translations, Scholarship
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