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Hel

The Sun Facing Goddess
Narrated by: Brian C. Rideout
Length: 1 hr and 4 mins
Categories: History, Ancient
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Not so long ago I was enjoying a profound discussion with a good friend of mine. His analogy of all roads lead to Rome really meaning that all roads lead to the door of death has stuck with me. Largely because it means we are going to need to discuss an ancient Goddess. Hel. Who, as she is described in the lore is most difficult to understand. But it is entirely in line with what a Christian would need people to think. For it was the promise of Jesus that there would be life everlasting. The first thing you need to do is to vilify death and make it a scary place.

This book is an attempt to rectify that. One based upon that conversation, an understanding of the lore and one magnificent idea which will shake the foundations of the world in those gray areas of change, those areas where we have been taught to fear the chaos held at bay by the constructs of our minds, we will find the truth.

©2019 Bryan Wilton (P)2019 Bryan Wilton

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I loved this book. It is insightful and illuminating, as are all of Mr. Wilton's works.

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Philosophical approach lacking information on Hel

This book was much like the rest of Wilton's Asatru books: Difficult to understand, esoteric and lacking in lore. I was surprised how little information about goddess HEL there actually was! the bit about the runes was really insightful however there was NO discussion of Hel's origin story at all, or lore either, which was very disappointing. I would NOT recommend anyone read this if they don't first Have a masters degree and a passion for abstract philosophy!!!