Monday, 27 March 2017


Pre-order from Black Front Press

 BORN in 1947, into a working-class family in Leicestershire, Wulf Ingessunu has risen to become the most prominent and well-respected figure in English Wodenism. Dealing with his early background in nationalism, as well as his ultimate disillusionment with party politics, this remarkable book describes the gradual awakening that led the author to embark upon a remarkable quest for self-discipline and personal refinement; both physically and intellectually. Travelling throughout the British Isles in search of ancient ruins and sacred sites, hungry for occult wisdom, Wulf first became involved with the Odinic Rite and then went on to unearth the mystical knowledge which, in 1998, eventually led him to found Woden's Folk. This is a tale of idealism and comradeship, militancy and martial arts, dreams and visions, runes and rituals. The book includes a full index.