Author Review

The-Vikings-Secret-Yoga-Book-2Steven A. Key, in a former technological life, had a career taming the largest computer systems in the world ~ those mysterious mainframes folks often hear about.

As a deep-researching computerist and technocrat, he was readily primed to combine his investigative skills with his deep personal interests in all things pertaining to body-mind and spirit. Combining unique approaches to neuroscience, psychology, consciousness, and ancient history, Steven created the New Muse Book Series.

His initial book, The Vikings Secret Yoga; The Supreme Adventure, is the first book of its kind in that it reveals the hidden Yoga of the tenth-century Norse poets.

This secret has been extremely well kept and is now revealed anew for the first time in over a thousand years, via the skeleton key of Raja Yoga. 

  ~ All is True ~

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If you enjoyed the writings of Eckhart Tolle, the mythology of Joseph Campbell, Deepak Chopra’s eastern teachings, along with Graham Hancock’s important books on prehistoric civilizations, then you are sure to love the deep, provocative books of The New Muse Series.

Review of The Vikings Secret Yoga by Steven A KeyReviews

“The Vikings Secret Yoga: The Supreme Adventure was a pretty good read. It is a nice pace to read a different era I do not normally read.
Four and a half stars.”

Amy’s Reviews/Goodreads


“Illuminating and Compelling”

Archway Publishing/Simon & Schuster


“I greatly enjoyed The Vikings’ Secret Yoga. This is a ground-breaking book on a par with The Hero with a Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell.

The clear links between the Vikings and other parts of the world are laid out in an eye-opening way. If you are interested in the secrets that link ancient societies this book is recommended. I am fascinated by the secrets hidden in the past and how they affect us to this day. This book is a must-read for all interested in these subjects.”

Review of The Vikings Secret Yoga by Steven A. KeyLaurence O’Bryan, author of The Istanbul Puzzle mystery series; owner, BooksGoSocial


“I loved knowing how stories, characters and history evolved over time, while also relating to yoga. This was very interesting. This skilled writer, researcher and investigator provides a thought-provoking book filled with history, education, yoga and much more. Readers learn there is much more to yoga than we ever thought possible and it has a deep history.

Thought-provoking and profound, this book is more than historical stories, poetry and yoga. Readers will find themselves going on a variety of journeys and learning more than they thought when first opening the book.”

The International Review


Review of The Vikings Secret Yoga by Steven A Key

“The Vikings Secret Yoga by Steven A Key is a fascinating intake on the Poetic Edda of the Norse mythology.

It correlates the myths of the Scandinavian folklore with Hindu mythology in the East. The narrator speaks of Odin, Thor, Loki, Heimdallr, and other Norse Gods and ties them up with other deities around the world.

The author does not limit himself to gods and goddesses only. He also describes several significant events and symbols of worship in the Scandinavian culture and presents them in a different light.

In addition to all these, this book also features a fictional tale involving a Viking warrior, Elkhart and a Hindu sage Yanga which keeps the book interesting.”


“Very interesting! January 17, 2020. What a complex study! Review of The Vikings Secret Yoga by Steven A KeyMore esoteric than Marvel/LOTR and a somewhat more difficult read. Some of the conclusions mesh easily with their service in the Varangian Guard and backed partly by antiquities, mythology, neuroscience, philosophy, late night History Channel, there’s a lot going on.

The author maps out the parallels and intersections of the Nordic mystics with the pan Asian derivatives and the ways in which both influence Christianity as we know it. He uses story telling, drawings, poetry, and facts blended to illustrate the theory of Hindu influence on the Vikings.

He pointed out the known Eastern influence on Celts and Druids and the inclusion of Sanskrit. All is concluded with a translation of the Poetic Edda. It’s a good thing that eBook allows highlights for future perusal!”

Jan E.; customer review: