Nine Noble Virtues

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The Nine Noble Virtues or NNV are two sets of moral and situational ethical guidelines codified by former member of Sir Oswald Mosley's British Union, John Yeowell[1][2] (a.k.a. Stubba) and John Gibbs-Bailey (a.k.a. Hoskuld) of the Odinic Rite in 1974,[3][4][5] and an alternative set codified by Stephen A. McNallen of the Asatru Folk Assembly in 1983.[6][7]

They are based on virtues found in historical Norse paganism, gleaned from various sources including the Poetic Edda (particularly the Hávamál and the Sigrdrífumál),[8] and as evident in the Icelandic Sagas).


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  1. ^ "Rocking For Satan", Searchlight Magazine, November 1997.
  2. ^ Obituary, published in "Comrade" - The News Letter of the Friends of Oswald Mosley:
  3. ^ This Is Odinism: Guidelines for Survival, published by the "Committee for the Restoration of the Odinic Rite" (or Odinist Committee) in 1974 and later re-printed (revised) by Raven Banner Editions (A Raven Banner [Pamphlet) in 1983.
  4. ^ The 9 Noble Virtues - OR Site
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  7. ^ McNallen, Stephen A.; An Odinist Anthology: Selections From The Runestone, p. 13, AFA, 1983.
  8. ^ The 9 Noble Virtues - OR Site

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