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Jormungandr, anyone?

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Comment by David Carron on June 21, 2013 at 8:16am

There are all sorts of resources.  The Troth, as a international organization, has many AS folks in it.  Many Theodish and Asatru groups certainly have an AS flavor to them.  You just have to check out your local resources.

Comment by Branwen Embers on June 20, 2013 at 11:31am

same question as guy jacks

Comment by Gaius Popilius Calvus on June 20, 2013 at 10:09am

Any idea where I can learn more about the Anglo Saxon religion? Thanks

Comment by Ulfari Hugr on May 24, 2013 at 10:27am

hello all. May Wotan guide you all

Comment by David Carron on April 29, 2013 at 10:34am

There is Trothmoot, May 30 - June 2 in Kern County, CA:

http://www.thetroth.org/index.php?page=trothmoot&title=Trothmoo...|%20The%20Troth&css=style2&pagestyle=mid

Comment by Mature Witch on April 27, 2013 at 11:33pm

David, thank you for posting the noticed about East Coast Thing.  I am positive my spouse will be there!

Comment by Mature Witch on April 27, 2013 at 11:31pm

Looking for a Midsummer event/thing.  Would you believe I have a free airline ticket to continental USA as long as I use it in May or June.  Ideas?  Suggestions?

Comment by David Carron on March 27, 2013 at 9:38am

"I think you missed my whole point. I also believe that Asatru, Odinist, Heathenry of whatever flavor, should not be defined by outside agendas."

And we do agree with this point, only we differ in execution of it. 

I hear you and do wish you luck. 

Comment by Wild Boar on March 27, 2013 at 8:17am

Yeah, it wasn't really advice. Besides, I know if it were, you wouldn't take it. While you may not "chase folks into their homes," you'll always be there to pick the scabs. At least you are consistent. I think you missed my whole point. I also believe that Asatru, Odinist, Heathenry of whatever flavor, should not be defined by outside agendas. If someone dislikes races, sexual preferences, eating meat, or a certain brand of toothpaste, it is his/her choice. As long as that person doesn't allow that to define Heathenry. I know some good far right, and some good far left, Heathens. We've thrown a few cookouts, and had former WP folks show up, and very non-WP folks show up. We've managed to put differences aside to try to bring our regional Heathen community together. We focus on common goals, while leaving enough room for people to go home and hate on whoever they want in their own time. I don't expect everyone to think like me, and don't really care who agrees. But, if we can pull 60 people from different backgrounds (very different) for a cookout that lasts 6 hours from all parts of the Carolinas, I'm not sure why anyone else can't do the same. Just because one person won't share a horn with another person doesn't mean we can't work toward common goals. It's not advice, it's just observations and opinions. But, then again, if it happens outside of the Carolinas, I don't care so much about it, not right now. Since I left AFA a few years ago, I've put more focus on my region, working with people locally, and not concerned about what AFA, Troth, AA, or Odinic Rite are doing. Our last cookout in November pulled over half of what last year's Troth Moot pulled, and it was just from NC and SC. I wish the best for everyone else, but my focus is here, and everyone else can hate on each other all they want. The Nazis can hate the blacks and the Jews, and the Jews can hate on the Nazis, and the Christians can hate on the gays, and the gays can hate last week's fashion. If it isn't happening in NC or SC, it doesn't really concern me. It's funny that my ultra-folkish friends think I'm too "universalist" and my "universalist" friends think I'm too folkish. I think people worry about too many stupid things like labels. All that bullshit is used to divide the folk. I'd rather unite the Carolinas and build it strong. If I can do that and have everyone play nice while in the same sandbox, it says something. Everyone else can bicker all they want.

Comment by Helsohn on March 24, 2013 at 10:23pm

 Heilsa Brothers and Sisters of the Heathen belief. I hope that every one had a great Ostara.

 

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