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Background Information

Affiliations

Member
The Mythopoeic Society

Founder
Hrafnar

Elder Member
The Troth

Founder
Fellowship

Founder
Society for Creative Anachronism Inc

Education

Mills College

B.A. degree

English

Mills College

M.A.

Comparative Literature

Berkeley

M.A.

Comparative Literature

University of California , Berkeley

M.A.

Comparative Literature with an emphasis on medieval literature

University of California

M.A. degree

U.C. Berkeley

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In Essential Asatru, renowned author and ...

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In Essential Asatru, renowned author and priestess Diana Paxson demystifies an ancient, rich, and often misunderstood religion, and offers a practical guide for its modern followers.

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Author Info: Diana L. Paxson has been a consecrated Asatru priestess since 1982. She is the founder of the Fellowship of the Spiritual Path and an Elder in the Covenant of the Goddess and the Troth. She is also the editor of the popular journal Idunna. She is a bestselling author of fiction and nonfiction books on the Pagan religion, and lives in Berkeley, California.


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Diana L. Paxson, founder and Gythja of Hrafnar, is well-known as a pagan leader and the author of non-fiction books and fiction with pagan and legendary themes. She was consecrated as a priestess in 1982 and is an Elder in the Covenant of the Goddess, for which she served two terms as First Officer. After a close encounter with Odin in 1987, her focus began to turn more and more toward heathenry. In 1988 she started a rune class, which provided the basic material that became her first non-fiction book, Taking up the Runes. The next year, she worked with the group to recreate a ritual for oracular seidh and later to present it at local festivals.
In 1992 she joined the Troth, an international heathen organization, and in 1993 was created a Troth elder. Since then she has served the Troth as a Redeswoman (Board of Directors), Steerswoman (President), Coordinator of the Clergy Training Program, and editor of the Troth's journal, Idunna, since 1996. In the mid-nineties she began teaching workshops on oracular practice, and conducting workshops at conferences and festivals.
She is the author of five non-fiction books, most recently The Way of the Oracle, twenty-nine novels, and seventy-eight short stories. She also writes a regular column on goddesses for Sagewoman Magazine.
You can find out more about Diana and her work on www.diana-paxson.com.
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This site and all documents copyright © 1989-2015 Diana L. Paxson and Lorrie Wood, except where otherwise stated.


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Diana L. Paxson is the author of many books dealing with pagan traditions, including /Essential Asatru/ and the upcoming /The Way of the Oracle/. She is the founder of the Fellowship of the Spiral Path in California, and an Elder in the Troth, an international Germanic pagan organization. You can learn more about her work with the ancestors who founded our country at www.freedomfathers.org.


Laura Laing

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Diana L. Paxson is the author of many books dealing with pagan traditions, including /Essential Asatru/ and the upcoming /The Way of the Oracle/. She is the founder of the Fellowship of the Spiral Path in California, and an Elder in the Troth, an international Germanic pagan organization. You can learn more about her work with the ancestors who founded our country at www.freedomfathers.org.


Laura Laing

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Diana L. Paxson is the author of many books dealing with pagan traditions, including /Essential Asatru/ and the upcoming /The Way of the Oracle/. She is the founder of the Fellowship of the Spiral Path in California, and an Elder in the Troth, an international Germanic pagan organization. You can learn more about her work with the ancestors who founded our country at www.freedomfathers.org.

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