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- The Abecedarium Nordmanicum
- About "The Seafarer" - Henry Sweet
- The Acts of Peter and the Twelve Apostles
- Adapa and the Food of Life
-
AEcerbot [Field Remedy] Ritual
- Aegir's Feast - Extracts From the Poetical Diction (Skaldskaparmal)
- Ainsel - Ireland
- Alchemical Catechism
- An Alchemical Mass
- Allemansrätten
- Allogenes
- Alvismal by Auden & Taylor
- Alvissmon - The Poetic Edda
- American Woods
- Anatolian Dictionary
- The Anglo-Saxons from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- The Anglo Saxon Chronicle
- An Anglo-Saxon riddle
- Anglo-Saxon Rune Poem
- Anglo-Saxo Rune Poem - Translated by Bruce Dickens
- Anglo Saxon to Modern English Dictionary
- Animal Symbolism in Celtic Mythology
- Animism - anthropology / belief
- Apache Creation Myth
- Apart of Swedish History: The Viking Age
- The Apocalypse of Adam
- The (First) Apocalypse of James
- The (Second) Apocalypse of James
- The Apocalypse of Paul
- The Apocalypse of Peter
- The Apocryphon of James - Translated by Francis E. Williams
- The Apocryphon of James - Translated by Ron Cameron
- The Apocryphon of John (long version)
- ARADIA or the Gospel of the Witches
- The Army in Odin's Mountain - Germany
- Asclepius 21-29
- Aspirations for Mahamudra - tibetan buddhist
- The Ass, the Table, and the Stick - England
- Athanasian Creed
- Atlamol en Gronlenzku - The Poetic Edda

- Attila the Hun and the Battle of Chalons
- Aurivandil's Toe
- Aurochs
- Aurochs found by two archaeologists
- The Aurora of the philosophers by Paracelsus
- Authoritative Teaching Translated by George W. MacRae
- The Avars
- The Azerbaijan Connection
- Aztec Creation Myth

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- The Babes in the Wood - England
- Baldur's Dream - Translated by Auden Taylor
- The Baptism of Rus
- The Battle of Brunanburh (in Anglo-Saxon)
- The Battle of Brunanburh
- The Battle of Hastings
- The Battle of Maldon (article) Anglo-Saxon
- The Battle of Maldon (Anglo-Saxon poem in English)
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The Battle of Stamford Bridge
- The Bear and the Fox who made a Bet - Norway
- Beautiful Susan
- The Benefit of Doing Nyung Nay
- Beowulf
- Beowulf - Alternate Translation
- The Berserkir
- Bibilical Blasphemy by Thomas Paine
- Birth of Fin MacCumhail - Ireland
- Black, Brown and Gray - Ireland
- The Black Bull of Norroway - England
- The Black Bull of Norroway - Scotland
- The Black Dog - Shetland
- Black Dogs in Folklore
- The Black School - Iceland
- Blood Creation Myth
- Bodhisattva Warriors - Tibetan Buddhist
- The Bogey-Beast - England
- The Book Concerning The Tincture Of The Philosophers by Paracelsus
- The Book of Quintessence
- The Book of Shadows - From works by Gerald Gardener
- The Book of Thomas the Contender
- Boniface and the Desecration of the Oak of Donar
- Boys & Trolls - Norway
- Bran and the British Mysteries :The Cauldron of Rebirth
- Brief Instructions Upon My Paradoxes of Defence - by George Silver
- British Goblins - Welsh folk-lore, fairy mythology, legends and traditions
- The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales
- The Brown Dwarf of Rügen
- Bruin and Reynard - Norway
- Bulfinch's Mythology
- Bull Tup Cock and Steg - England

- Buried Alive - Sweden

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- Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic and Civil Wars
- Calendars: Norway circa 1636
- Calendars: Sweden circa 1500
- Calendars : Yorkshire circa 1425
- Calendar and Festivals from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- Caporushes - England
- Card Weaving
- Carian Dictionary
- Cat Beliefs
- The Cat of the Carman's Stage - Ireland
- Cat Dream Interpretations
- Cat Fables
- Cat Folklore Odds and Ends
- Cats! - Folklore and Superstitions
- Cat Lore - Lore of the Black Cat
- Cat Myths
- Cat Proverbs
- Catching a Horse by Its Tail
- Cath Maige Tuired
- Cats throughout History
- Catskin - England
- The Cattle Raid of Cualnge
- The Changeling Musician - England
- Changeling Song - England
- A Changeling Tale - England
- The Changeling Twins of Corwrion - Wales
- Changelings - Scotland
- The Channels of Iceland Run Deep - Iceland
- Cherokee Creation Myth
- Choctaw Creation Myth
- Childe Rowland - England
- Chippewa Creation Myth
- The Christmas Goat
- The Christmas Fairy of Strasburg - German
- Christmas in Norway
- Christmas in Sweden
- The Christmas-Tree, Decorations, and Gifts
- The Chronicle of Nestor
- Chukchee Creation Myth
- The Consecration Ritual - Excerpts
- Cnoc An T-Sithein - Isle of Bara
- Coelum philosophorum by Paracelsus
- The Companion - Norway
- The Concept of Our Great Power
- A Corpse Claims Its Property
- The Cosmic Mill by Alby Stone
- From Cows to Coins: The Changing Face of Scandinavian Currency
- Classification of Welsh Fairies
- The Clergyman's Wife who was Midwife to a Troll - Sweden

- The Cradle of Skiing
- Cuculin - Ireland
- The Cult of Othin
- Cultural Aspects of Trees

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- Danish to English Dictionary
- Danish to English Dictionary (version 2)
- The Dark, or Pitch-Pine, Daughter of the Norse King, and How She Thinned the Woods of Lochaber - Scotland
- The Death of Sinfjotli - The Poetic Edda
- The Deacon of Myrká - Iceland
- Decent of the Goddess Ishtar into the Lower World
- Demons of Water - Scotland
- Deor - Anglo-Saxon poem
- Deor - in Anglo-Saxon
- The Death of Balder
- DEATH from "Norse Mythology"
- The Deluding of Gylfi - Translated by Jean I. Young
- Devil Fish
- The Devil Of Hjalta-Stad - Iceland
- The devlopment of the Runes - A short overview
- The Dialogue of the Savior
- Dick Whittington and His Cat - England
- Difference between folk tales and sagas and different kinds of sagas
- Discovering Who's Buried in Halvdan's Tomb
- The Doctrine of the Mean - Confucius
- The Dragon of the North - Germany
- The Draugr of Fjelkinge - Demark
- The Dreadful Ghost
- To Drink the Blood of a Vampire...
- Drřmte mig en drřm
- A Duergar Story - England
- The Dwarf of Folkared's Cliff - Sweden

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- Early Fencing Terms
- Early Medieval Brewing
- East of the Sun and West of the Moon - Scandinavia
- East o' the Sun and West o' the Moon - Norway
- Easter in Sweden
- Edda Sæmundar (Icelandic Poetic Edda)
- Egil's Saga
- Einhard: The Life of Charlemagne
- The Elf Maiden - Lapland
- Elves in Modern Iceland
- Emerald Tablet of Hermes
- The Enchanted Toad - Scandinavia
- English to Danish Dictionary
- English to Danish Dictionary (version 2)
- English to Icelandic Dictionary
- English to Latin Dictionary
- English to Latin Dictionary (version 2)
- English to Norwegian Dictionary
- Enuma Elish - The Babylonian Epic of Creation

- Enuma Elish - The Epic of Creation
- Eric Brighteyes - H. Rider Haggard (fiction)
- Eirik the Red's Saga
- The Essentials of Archery
- An Evenk (Mongolian) Creation Myth
- Examination Of The Prophecies, by Thomas Paine
- An exploration of the "Ngondro Practices" prepared by Lobsang Tashi
- Eyrbyggja Saga: The Story of the Ere-Dwellers

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- Faeries
- Fafnismol - The Poetic Edda
- Farmer Weathersky - Norway
- The Father of Eighteen Elves - Iceland
- The Fate of the Children Of Lir - Ireland
- The Fair Folk - Scotland
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Fair, Brown and Trembling - Ireland
- The Fairies' Hill - Scotland
- The Fairies Take The Hump
- The Fairy Of The Dawn - Romania
- Fairy Ointment - England
- Fairy Ointment - Wales
- The Fairy Woman and the Child - Scotland
- The Fin-Folk - Orkney
- Fin MacCumhail and the Fenians of Erin in the Castle of Fear Dubh - Ireland
- Fin MacCumhail and the Knight of the Full Axe - Ireland
- Fin MacCumhail The Seven Brothers and the King of France - Ireland
- Fin MacCumhail and the Son of the King of Alba - Ireland
- The Finnesburh Fragment Anglo Saxon & English
- Fire and Ice
- The Fish and the Ring - England

- The Fisherman's Son and the Grugach of Tricks - Ireland
- The Flower of Battle- Extract on the Two Handed Sword
- The Flying Dutchman - Song
- Folk Dancing In Demark
- Folk Dancing - Norway & Sweden
- Folklore from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- Folktales of Tor (Thor) from Sweden
- The Forging of the Sampo
- The Founding of the City of Kiev
- The Founding of Norway
- The Fox and the Lapp - Lapland
- Fox Fish Thieves - Scotland
- Fox Wants to Taste Horseflesh - Norway
- Frau Holle's Stone -Germany
- Freher's Process in the Philosophical Work
- Frequent Handicaps That Vampires Must Cope with in Unlife
- Frey's Sword
- Frigg. Freyja. from "Teutonic Mythology"
- From Cows to Coins: The Changing Face of Scandinavian Currency
- From Rapier to Langsax
- The Furious Host from Teutonic Mythology
- The Funeral of Scyld Scefing
- The Funeral of Scyld Scefing (in Anglo-Saxon)

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- Gates to Buddhist Practice
- Gaulish Dictionary
- Gefion's Ploughing
- Gefion's Ploughing - Prose Edda
- Germania By Tacitus
- Gesta Danorum Books 1-9 by Saxo Grammaticus
- Get Tough! How to win in hand-to-hand fighting
- The Ghost Child - Sweden
- Ghost of Willie-o
- The Giant and the Hag - Faroe Islands
- The Giant Who Had No Heart in His Body - Norway
- Giants from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- Gildas
- Gilla na Grakin and Fin MacCumhail - Ireland
- Give Me My Bone - England
- Glory of the World
- A Glossary of Archery
- Glossary of Shetland Words
- The Golden Age
- The Golden Ball - England
- The Golden Castle that Hung in the Air - Norway
- The Golden Snuff-Box - England
- The Gospel of Thomas
- The Goths
- The Great Learning
- The Great Midwinter Sacrifice and the Royal Mounds at Uppsala
- The Great Silkie of Sule Skerry - Orkney
- The Great Stag - A Sumerian Divinity by Bobula Ida
- Greenland Lay of Atli - Poetic Edda
- The Grey One - Norway
- Grettir's Saga
- The Grey Wolf - Scotland
- The Grimm's Bearskin - Germany
- Grimnismal - Translated by Hollander
- Grimnismol - The Poetic Edda
- Grottasöngr - (The Song of Grotti)
- Grottasongr - The Song of the Mill
- A Guide for Health Part 1
- A Guide for Health Part 2
- A Guide for Health Part 3
- A Guide for Health Part 4
- A Guide for Health Part 5
- A Guide for Health Part 6
- Guthrunarkvitha
I - The Poetic Edda
- Guthrunarkvitha II, En Forna - The Poetic Edda
- Guthrunarkvitha III - The Poetic Edda
- Gylfaginning - The Astronomical Material

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- Hacon Grizzlebeard - Norway
- Nahuatl Creation Myth
- Hakon the Good's Saga
- Hala Talf
- Halfdan the Black Saga
- Harald Harfager's Saga
- Haunted by the Ghost of a Murdered Child
- Haustlong
- Havamal - Verses Rearranged
- Havamal Original Language - Verses Rearranged
- Hávamál - The Sayings of Hár
- Havamal - Translated by Olive Bray

- Healing With Honey
- Healing: A Tibetan Buddhist Perspective
- Heart Sutra - Tibetan Buddhist
- Heathen Calendar By Jörmundur Ingi

- Heimskringla
- Heitharviga Saga
- Your Hen Is in the Mountain - Norway
- Henny-Penny - England
- Herb Formulas
- Herbal-Medical Glossary
- Herbal Materia Medica
- Herbalism - Quality Versus Quantity
- Herman Perk and the Seal - Shetland
- The Hermetic Arcanum
- Hermod and Hadvor - Iceland
- Heroic Poems Translated By Stephen Gundry
- Heroic Tales From the Norse
- Hertha of the Lake - Germany
- Hidatsa Creation Myth
- "Hidden people" tinkering with bulldozers?
- Historia Brittonum
- History Of The Britons (Historia Brittonum) by Nennius
- The History of the Aurochs
- The History of Norway
- History of Iceland - Early Settlements
- History of Iceland - Early Visits
- The History of Music in Norway - by Harald Herresthal
- The History of Norway - by Tor Dagre
- History of the Sami
- History of Wicca in England
- Hittite Dictionary
- Hnefetafl
- Holda and the Gift of Flax - Germany
- Holmgang - It's Use, Abuse, and Fictionalization
- Hopi Creation Myth
- The Horse Gullfaxi And The Sword Gunnfoder - Iceland
- The Hostel of the Rowan Trees - Ireland
- Hortulanus Commentary on the Emerald Tablet
- The House Mouse and the Country Mouse - Norway
- How folktales came about in Norway
- How Jack Went Out to Seek His Fortune - England
- How the Devil Married Three Sisters
- How The Healing Herb Became
- How Thor Paid the Mountain Giant his Wages
- How to Find Out a "Fairy Changeling" - Scotland
- Human Sacrifice in Legends and Myths
- Hungarian Creation Myth
- Hübel and Habel - Germany

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- I Know What I Have Learned - Denmark
- Iceland - The Age of Settlements
- Icelandic Poetic Edda (Edda Sæmundar)
- Icelandic Rune Poem - Translated by Bruce Dickens
- Icelandic Rune Poem - Translated by Thorsson
- Icelandic to English Dictionary
- Icelandic Vocabulary
- Idrottir:The Roots of Mobility
- Illyrian Glossary
- Incense Offering - tibetan
- Introduction to the Elder Edda
- Introduction to the Prose Edda
- Inuit Creation Myth
- The Irish Fairy Folk
- Irish Magical Cures
- Irish Ogham Glossary
- Irmin from "Teutonic Mythology"
- Iron in Finnish Kalevala Mythology
- Iroquois Creation Myth
- Isle of Man - Folklore and Traditions
- Italian Circle

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- Jack and His Allies - Ireland
- Jack and the Beanstalk - England
- Jack the Giant Killer- England
- Le Jeu de la Hache (Axe-Play)
- John Barleycorn - England
- John Connors - Ireland
- Joik and the theory of knowledge
- Julfest

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- The Kabbalah Unveiled
- Kalevala : From Myth to Symbol by Professor Michael Branch
- Kate Crackernuts - England
- Kil Arthur - Ireland
- The King o' the Cats - England
- The King of the Cats - Scotland
- The King of Erin and the Queen of the Lonesome Island - Ireland
- King Frost - Russa
- King Lindorm - Denmark
- King Magnus Barefoot - England
- The King of Norway - Ireland
- King Olaf Trygvason's Saga
- The King of the Fairies - Scotland
- Kiowa Creation Myth
- Kitterland - England
- The Knight's Ghost
- The Kola Lapps
- Kormak's Saga
- Kubb

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- The Lad Who Went to the North Wind - Norway
- The Lady of Skin and Bone
- The Laidly Worm - England
- Latin Mass
- Lausamjod
- Lawkamercyme - England
- The Lay of Fjolsvith- Translated by Hollander
- The Lay Of Hyndla
- The Lay Of Igor's Raid

- The Lay of Thrym - Translated by George Johnston
- Lazy Jack - England
- Learning Magic in the Sagas
- Legends and Traditions of Wells - England
- A Legend of the Banshee - Ireland
- The Legend of the Turul Hawk - Hungarian
- Leprechauns in America
- Lindisfarne - article
- Literary or Profane Legends
- Little Annie the Goose-Girl - Norway
- The Little Elder-Tree Mother - Denmark
- Little Freddie and his Fiddle - Norway
- Little Red Riding-Hood - England
- Loftur the Sorcerer - Iceland
- Loki and the Master Builder
- Loki Steals The Brising Necklace
- Lokkasenna - Loki's Flyting - Translated by Auden Taylor
- Lord Peter - Norway
- Lore of The Undead
- Lucia's Festival in Sweden
- Luwian Dictionary
- Lycian Dictionary
- Lydian Dictionary

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- Mabinogion
- Magic and Divination from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- Magnus Erlingson's Saga
- The Maid's Conjuring Book
- Malleus Maleficarum (1486)
- Mally Dixon - England
- A Manx Changeling - England
- Manx Changelings - England

- Mary the Prophetess
- The Masks of Odin
- Master of all Masters - England
- Mayan Creation Myth
- Mead
- Medieval and Anglo Saxon Recipes
- Memorable Quotes
- 1st Mereseberg Charm
- 2nd Mereseberg Charm
- The Mermaid
- Mermaid Rule Brittannia Song
- The Merrow - Ireland
- Midrash Tanhuma
- Midsummer - A strange holiday
- The Mill of Time
- The Mill that grinds at the Bottom of the Sea - Norway
- Minne-Drinking
- The Mirror of Alchemy
- The Mirror of Essential Points
- Modern English to Anglo Saxon Dictionary
- Molly Whuppie and the Double-Faced Giant - England
- More stories of Leprechauns
- Mr. and Mrs. Vinegar - England
- Mr. Fox - England
- The Myth of the Aryan Invasion of India
- Myth & Religion of the North - The Religion of Ancient Scandinavia

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- Näcken
- Nature Worship in Siberian Shamanism
- Navajo Creation Myth
- The Nervous System - Tein seid
- Nicene Creed
- Niels and the Giants - Jutland
- The Night Raven - Germany
- Nightingale (Wreck)
- The Nine Diseases (The Origin of the Spell)
- Nix Naught Nothing - England
- The Nixy - Germany
- Njal's Saga
- The Nordic graphemes FAQ
- Nornor and Dísir
- The Norse Creation Myth
- Norse Expansion into North America
- Norse Mythology by Tor Ĺge Bringsvćrd
- Norway in the Arctic
- Norwegian to English Dictionary
- Norwegian Explorers
- Norwegian Folk Art
- Norwegian food
- Norwegian Rune Poems - Translaated by Bruce Dickens
- Norwegian Rune Poem with English Translation
- Norwegians and Nature
- Not Driving and Not Riding - Norway
- Nuu-chal-nuth Creation Myth

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- Oddrunargratr - The Poetic Edda
- Odin's Raven-Galder - Translated By Reede
- An Old English Glossary
- The Old Norse/Viking Months
- Old Macedonian Glossary
- Old Norse Religion: Early Volsung History
- Old Norse Religion: Loki's Children The Evil to Come
- Old Norse Religion: Mjollnir
- The Old Woman and Her Pig - England
- The Old Woman against the Stream - Norway
- On the Philadelphian Gold
- One Spared to the Sea - Orkney
- The Origin of the Elves : Two Versions - Iceland
- The Origin of the Slugan Stone - Scotland
- Origins of Welsh Fairies
- Oscan Dictionary
- Oisin in Tir Na N-Og - Ireland
- Otherworld Cattle
- Our Friends the Dwarfs
- An Overview of "Rydberg's Edda"

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- Palaic Glossary
- Paradoxes of Defence
- The Parson and the Sexton - Norway
- Paschal Calendar - Anglo-Saxon
- Peel Castle - The Moddey Dhoo - Isle of Man
- Peerifool - Orkney
- Pelagianism
- Penobscot Creation Myth
- The Perfect Armor Improved: Water Hardened Leather
- Peter Ox - Denmark
- Phrygian Glossary
- The Piskie Riders - England
- Plants, Herbs and Oils Throughout History
- Plant Pharmacy
- Poetic Edda Translated by Benjamin Thorpe
- The Prehistoric Period from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- Prilling and Pralling Is Dead - Germany
- Prince Oleg's Campaign Against Constantinople
- The Princess on the Glass Hill - Norway
- Priscus at the court of Attila
- The Private Schoole of Defence
- Privileges Granted to German Merchants at Novgorod, 1229
- Pussy Willow - Cats and Willow Trees

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- The Radiance of Gerd
- Ragnarok
- Ragnarok - Prose Retteling (K Crossley-Holland)
- Raven and the origin of evergreen trees Buryat Myth
- A Record of European Armour and Arms Through Seven Centuries
- The Recovered Bride - Ireland
- The Red Ettin - England
- Reginsmol - The Poetic Edda
- The Religion of Ancient Scandinavia
- Rig
- Rigsthul - The Poetic Edda
- RÍGSÞULA - The Lay of Rig - Translated by Hollander
- Riddles
- Risala: Ibn Fadlan's Account of the Rus
- The Rose Tree - England
- The Rollright Stones - England
- The Royal Line Of President George Washington
- The Rubayyat of Omar Khayyam
-The Ruin Translated by Nancy Varian Berberick
- Rune Poem - Anglo Saxon
- Rune Poem - Anglo Saxon - Translated by Bruce Dicken
- Rune Poems- Anglo Saxon- Translation by Tom Wulf
- Rune Poem - Icelandic - Translated by Bruce Dickens
- Rune Poem - Icelandic - Translated by Thorsson
- Rune Poems -Norwegian - Translaated by Bruce Dickens
- Rune Poem - Norwegian with English Translation
- Runic Calendar
- Ruskaia Pravda

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- The Sacred Ale in Finnish Kalevala Mythology
- Saga of Eric the Red (c1000AD)
- Saga of Erik the Red retold by Shaun D.L.Brassfield-Thorpe
- The Saga of Grettir the Strong
- Saga of Hakon Herdebreid
- Saga of Harald Hardade
- Saga of King Harald Grafeld and of Earl Hakon Son of Sigurd
- Saga of Magnus the Blind and of Harald Gille
- Saga of Magnus the Good
- Saga of Olaf Haraldson
- Saga of Olaf Kyrre
- Saga of Sigurd, Inge, and Eystein, The Sons of Harald
- Saga of Sigurd the Crusader and his Brothers Eystein and Olaf
- Salish Creation Myth
- The Salt Mill - Sweden
- Salty Tales From Hagar the Horrible
- The Sami of Norway
- Sanday Folklore
- Saxo Grammaticus Gesta Danorum Book III - Extract
- Scottish Midsummer Celebration
- Scythian Religious Terms
- The Seafarer - Charles W.Kennedy
- The Seafarer - Charles W.Kennedy (version 2)
- The Seafarer - Cosette Faust [Newton]
- The Seafarer - translated by Ezra Pound
- Seafarer - Gavin Bone
- From "The Seafarer" - G.R.Merry
- Seafarer - J.Duncan Spaeth
- The Sea Farer - Lola LaMotte Iddings
- The Seafarer - Nora Kershaw
- The Seafarer Original Anglo-Saxon - Translation by Benjamin Thorpe
- "The Seafarer" - Stopford Augustus Brooke
- The Secret Book of Artephius
- Secret Symbols of the Rosicrucians
- Selected Annals Of the Novogorod Chronicle
- Selections From Poetic Diction - Translated by Jean I. Young
- Selkies - Orkney
- Selkie Folk - Orkney
- Sepher Yetzirah
- Sepher Yetzirah or The Book Of Creation
- The Seven Evil Spirits
- The Seven Foals - Norway
- The Seven Suns - Mongloian
- Shaking-Head - Ireland
- Shamanisum in Siberia
- The Shee an Gannon and the Grugach Gaire - Ireland
- Shinto Rituals
- A Short History of Medicine
- Sigrdrifumol - The Poetic Edda
- The Silkie Wife - Orkney
- The Six Keys of Eudoxus
- Skogsra
- Skrymsli and the Peasant's Child
- Slain Giants
- The Slavic Pantheon
- The Smith and the Dord Fian - Scotland
- The Smith and the Fairies - Scotland
- The Smith and the Troll's Prisoner - Denmark
- Snorri Sturluson's Skáldskarpamál and Amlođi's Mill
- Snorri Sturluson's Skáldskarpamál and The Tale of the Grotti
- The Soldier and the Bad Man - Germany
- Soma and the Mead of Poetry  - By Dustin Tranberg
- Some Names for the Faerie Folk
- Some Thoughts on the Origin of the Fuþark
- The Son of the King of Erin and the Giant of Loch Lein - Ireland
- The Sons of the North Wind - Scotland
- Souls from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- Specific Indications for Herbs in General Use
- The Spirit Guardians of Iceland
- The Spirit Horse - Ireland
- The Squire's Bride - Norway
- Stanzas of Dzyan
- The Spell Of Groa - Translated by Hollander
- St. George of Merrie England
- The stave churches of Norway
- The Stolen Child
- The Stolen Lady - Scotland
- The Stone of Odin - Orkney
- The Stone of the Philosophers by Edward Kelly
- The Stone Table of the Saxon Kings - England
- The Story of Puirt a Beul - Scotland

- The Story Of Sigurd
- The Story of Sigurd (Childrens Version)
- The Story of the Three Bears - England
- The Story of Puirt a Beul - Scotland
- Spring Equinox
- The Struggle Between Paganism and Christianity
- A Survey of the History of English Place­names
- Sutton Hoo
- Svalbard -- "The land of the cold coasts"
- Svipdagsmál
- The Swan Maiden - Sweden
- The Swan Maidens - Scandinavia
- The Swan People of Lake Baikal - Mongolian
- Swedish Witches
- The Swelki Mill - Orkney
- Sworn on the Odin Stone - Orkney

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- Tablut
- Tao Te Ching
- Tattercoats - England
- The Temple of the Moon, The Temple of the Sun and Wodden's Stone - Orkney
- The Ten Commandments for Reading Myth
- Teutates - Celtic Myth
- Teutonic Mythology - Viktor Rydberg
- Tewa Pueblo Creation Myth
- The Theft of Thor's Hammer
- The Theogony of Hesiod
- Thiazi's Eyes
- The Thing
- The Thing by Arild Hauge
- Things That Go Bump in the Night
- Thomas Paine: Essay On Dream
- Thor's Journey To Geirrod's
- Extracts From the Poetical Diction (Skaldskaparmal)
- Thor's Journey to Jötunheim
- Thor and Hrungnir
- Thor and the Midgarth Wyrm
- How Thor Paid the Mountain Giant his Wages
- Thorsdrapa
- Throw Board
- Thracian Dictionary
- The Thread of Time
- The Three Daughters of the King of the East and the Son of a King in Erin - Ireland
- The Three Daughters of King O'Hara - Ireland
- The Three Feathers - England
- The Three Heads of the Well - England
- The Three Little Pigs - England
- The Three Princesses in the Mountain-in-the-Blue - Norway
- The Three Sillies - England
- Three Tales from Gotland
- Thunder Axes - Cornwall
- Thrymskvitha - Baldrs Draumar
- The Poetic Edda

- Tiahuanaco Creation Myth
- Tidbits of Cat Mythology and Folklore from Various Cultures
- The Thirteenth Son of the King of Erin - Ireland
- Tocharian Dictionary
- Tom-Tit-Tot - England
- Tom Totherhouse - Norway
- Torke's Child Is Dead / Kilian's Child Is Dead - Germany
- Time Line
- Titty Mouse and Tatty Mouse - English
- Tract on the Tincture and Oil of Antimony by Roger Bacon
- The Treasure of Treasures for Alchemists by Paracelsus
- The Tree, the Silver Girl, and the Sun and Moon
- Trees and Humankind: Cultural and Psychological Bindings
- Tribes And Peoples
from "The Religion of the Teutons
- The Troll-Cat - Denmark
- The Troll Builder - Denmark
- Troll Cream
- A Troll in the Graveyard - Gotland
- Troll Light - Article on Trolls
- The Troll Turned Cat - Denmark
- The Troll With Labour-Pains - Sweden
- The Trows from the Mound - Shetland
- The Trows Steal a Child - Shetland
- The Trows, the Tailor, and the Idiot Child - Shetland
- The True History of Sir Thomas Thumb - England
- The True Reason for the Viking Age
- The Tusse-Folk Aid In A Harvest - Norway
- Twelve Days of Christmas?
- The Twelve Ducks - Norway
- Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine
- The Two Dragons - Wales
- The Two Magicians - Scotland
- The Two Sisters - England
- The Tylwyth Teg Steal a Child - Wales

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- Umbrian Glossary
- The Unknown Girl - Germany

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- Vafþrúðnismál - The Lay of Vafþrúðnir from the Poetic Edda
- The Vagrakkhedika or Diamond-Cutter - Buddhist
- Vampire Lore
- The Varangians (Normans) and the Origins of the Russian and Ukrainian States
- A Vedic Reader - Excerpts from
- The Vikings and Money in England
- Viking Games
- Vikings' Genetic Legacy
- The Vikings go westward
- Viking Graves
- Viking Land Rights
- Viking Muppets
- "Viking" Pilgrimage to the Holy Land
- Viking Place Names in the UK
- Viking Priests
- Volsi Thattur
- Volsung Saga
- Völuspá
- Voluspa - Auden Taylor's translation
- Voluspa - 2 Translations of the Shorter Version
- Voyages To Vinland

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- Waking of Angantyr - Auden Taylor
- Walam Olum
- The Walls of Asgard

- The Weaver's Don and the Giant of the White Hill - Ireland
- The Wee Bannock - England
- The Well of the World's End - England
- Wales and the Welsh Language
- White Cap - Iceland

- Why the Sea Is Salt - Norway
- The Wife's Complaint
- Will'O The Wisp - Ireland
- Winter Sports in Norway
- The Wise Men of Gotham - England
- The Witch and Hare - England
- Witch Etymology
- Witch Hunt Victims
- Wod, the Wild Huntsman - Germany
- Wodan from "The Religion of the Teutons"
- Wolf Legends
- Women in Nordic Society
- Wooden Almanacs, Rune Calendars, and Runestave Calendars
- World Tree - Translated by H.E Davidson
- Worship And Rites
from "The Religion of the Teutons"

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- The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
- The Younger Edda - Translated by Rasmus B. Anderson
- Ynglinga Saga
- The Yule Cat of Iceland
- Yule Stories - Iceland

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- Zohar on Genesis
- Zoëga Icelandic-English Dictionary