The Oneness of the myths and mystics and ancient wisdom is _not_ the same as monotheism.
This we must realise.    The core of spirituality is Reality. 
The Oneness is Reality hidden by the mystics.
Monotheism adds mystic to their dogmas, and uses mystic as a garb, a camouflage, over the warfare.
(The core a monotheistic religion is to become a world empire.)

sons of Ë­inn (consciousness),
Vßli (the hawk of morning) Baldur, H÷­ur, VÝ­arr;
How do we revenge? Vßli knows:  We kill darkness by bringing in the light.
As simple as that


First Step to Understanding the Profound Beauty of Heathenry
keys to the secret code of edda of the north
A gentle kiss of innocent love, and our Sleeping Beauty within wakes up.

About concepts in heathenry and in edda;
what do I mean by "a dictionary to explain the concepts"

<for your print-out:
some 11111 words,
ca 19 pp A4, 10 pt, (or 28pp 12pt) default margins>

Edda is the sacred texts of the North. The secret language of edda poems has to be discovered if we are going to understand the depth of them.
audio-video, the abyss of the symbolic language of edda

I would like to interpret briefly some terms in edda, and reveal the secret language of myths, the veiled language of edda, the hidden wisdom of the ancient Norse, our ancestors. But edda goes for the whole of Europe and our culture and theosophy as a beacon that will never be put out. It conveys Truth, and Truth can never die.

I pick terms at random here for sake of interest and curiosity, as this (following) you probably never came across before;
and we should also look at the dictionary for concepts in heathenry:

* Loki is half god and half eoten. He is the double nature of humans. If we read the stories of Loki and his trial/error methods as if they were about us, men, we would not laugh too heatedly.
Loki's dilemmas, his crude mistakes, his putting things right again to free himself, his often mean means to save his skin, are all about us. But these stories are written (about us) in a way that we do laugh. We do not realise why we are so absorbed in them and why we tell them over and over again, but the reason for that is that we are looking into ourselves.
Sometimes Loki (we, our human trouble-making nature) flies in a borrowed feather-guise of divine origin! We are half eotens, half gods, and we do fly sometimes.

We know Loki to be our (human) "experiments", mostly silly, a bunch of errors, but still leading to a solution, and definitely not a standstill and definitely not the devotion to dogma and written stagnated clausulae. It is living life even if we are not all too perfect.

* The Brisingamen, the jewel of goddess Freyja, is humankind. Freyja, the perpetual renewal of life, the unbounded universal love. She guards us well. We are her gem, sparkling talisman, that she keeps in a safe place. The only trouble is Loki (id est us, men).

* Shaman is not universally understood. The word shaman is originally from sramana in Sanskrit, meaning to make effort to attain to. The profound meaning of shaman is greatly misunderstood now-a-days, as being traditional cult-music and dancing only, or, at the best, some funny magic. But it is, in its very essence, an effort to gain access to the Great All-prevasive Spirit, reaching samadhi, emerging into the origin of all things -- which is the universal consciousness and is the origin of human consciousness also.

That field of life is within human thoughts, so we have to leave thoughts in the world where they belong. This concept needs explanation as we have been brainwashed and we no longer understand the underlying sphere of life, the ginnungagap.
In rúnatal (runa-) of Hávamál (Hava-mawl) we are taught this. But we do not understand.
(Read Óðsmál (Ods mal), Óðinn (Odinn) on the vinga-tree or vindga-, chatter 29.)