THIS is the eighth Black Front Press volume to feature the mystical writings of the folkish-heathen organisation, Woden's Folk. On this occasion, the group's well-respected author, orator and visionary, Wulf Ingessunu, presents a collection of material written between 2014 and 2018. The word 'Inglinga' means 'Sons of Ing,' or 'Offspring of Ing,' and pertains to those of the Royal Lines of Sweden that were known as the Ynglingas. In a wider context, Ing himself is interpreted as the 'Divine Ancestor' of the English people. Elsewhere, the text deals with the runic-occult significance of the mysterious signs that point to the revival of the god Woden. In the words of the author himself, "the One-Eyed God laughs, mounts his eight-legged steed and rides once more in the Soul of the Germanic Folk. As his wolves and ravens feed from the dead slain in battle, his chosen warriors are taken by the Valkyries to Valhalla, where they train and feast, die and are resurrected, until the time comes to march out of Valhalla. Led by Woden and Ragnar Lodbrok, they march out to fight the Last Battle against the Joten Armies. Our people shall awaken when the Wild Hunt rides once more and The Terrible One arises in the Germanic Folk." Using etymology, symbolism and comparative religion, this work also discusses mythological archetypes and sacred numerology. Containing a vast wealth of knowledge and insight, from a man who has spent a lifetime studying the secrets of our spiritual heritage, this new volume is sure to attract a great deal of interest.