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An Asatru FAQ: What is Asatru, and Do I have To . . . To be Asatru?
by Ingeborg S. Nordén
Basics of Asatru
by Erich Campbell
The Basics of Sumbel
by Erich Campbell
5. Asatru Basics - Keeper of the Seasons Hall
Erich wrote us with the new addresses.
List of Norse Beings by Nicole Cherry
K. Chronology of the Heathen World
Asatru Chronology (up to 1992)
Taken from Teutonic Religion by Kevldulf Gundarsson, additions by Grimnir
This is a timeline of Heathen religion from the earliest days to its modern
Note: This is no longer accepted as accurate in that it gives Scandinavia as
the 'homeland' of the Germanic peoples. Historians would consider this a
The Asatru Folk Assembly: Building Tribes and Walking the Spiritual Path of
The Asatru Folk Assembly has a mission: to call the sons and daughters of
Europe back to their native spirituality and to the tribes which are their
Update: MSR- Svanni will be providing a new summary/url
4. LINKS TO HEATHEN DISCUSSION GROUPS
Welcome to Heathenhistory. We provide a daily bit of history (BoH)
concerning continental and Anglo-Saxon heathenry.
The posts are taken from various sources including encyclopedias, translated
sources, and popular as well as scholarly works. Some bits have been written
especially for us and others are taken from various lists, such as
Germanic-L, with the consent of the authors.
This list is for Heathens and others with an interest in the Old Saxons,
that is, those on the continent.
Of particular interest are:
- how those religious and cultural practices apply here and now -
discovering what is generic Asatru and what is Old Saxon specific -
discovering what is Scandia-tru but not Saxon-tru