Three Books by William (Bil) R.
at the Well of Mimir -
This 253-page book represents Bill Linzie's views of Ásatrú
and the his view of the world after 30 years of "Drinking at
the Well of Mimir." He does not claim this to be the best
research/scholarship or a revolutionary work. He is simply
sharing his views.
This 59-page document is Bill Linzie's attempt to protect
Germanic Heathenry and Germanic Cosmology from being watered down
by the baggage and cultural beliefs of those that are new to the
religion. It attempts to purify Germanic Cosmology and preserve
the Effects of Cultural Background on the Reconstruction of Ancient
This 70-page document looks at the difficulties in reconstructing
an ancient worldview, specifically within the Germanic
Reconstructionist Movement, when most reconstructionists have
been born and raised within and urban environment...and with a
herd mentality and world-rejecting spiritual outlook.
the Afterlife Concepts of the Norse Heathen
- This 77-page document is subtitled "A Reconstructionist's
Approach." In the book Bill Linzie's attempts to describe
the afterlife concepts of modern North Heathens and compare them
with historical views of the afterlife among our ancestors.
here for an
mp3 file of Bil Linzie playing the "Mason's Apron"
at a 1999 Althing. This song was played in the evening around
the central fire...as Bil Linzie played some traditional
I found this song on the Irminsul
and thought folks might find it interesting. Irminsul Ættir
is an Ásatrú church organization, a voluntary
association of Ásatrúar to practice the
religion, network, share resources, create educational
material and programs, fostering cooperation within Ásatrú.
I cleaned up the sound
quality a bit, and amplified it so you can hear his playing a
little better. (If you can't play mp3's and want a WAV file, then
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