- Hello there My name is Lee, Im from Birmingham England UK, both myself
and my wife have been following a Seax Wica path, which was at our
starting point and we have learned more and moved on, I myself favour
Anglo Saxon Deities although im learning more about Norse and Germanic
paganism, my wife is a Scot and her family come form Orkney and Norway
If you could point us in any direction regarding where to start along,
or any advice on reading material that would be helpful, we both still
respect Seax Wica but really we have dleved more into the history of
our kin and culture and thats now where our herats lay.
Look forward to reading your posts and getting to know a few people.
- The Asatru Folk Assembly website is a good place to start. Here is a link to their suggested reading list, which is extremely thorough:
And The Troth has a wonderful book:
Hope this will help you to get started!
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- "Fenrir" sorrow342000@... wrote:
Are you sure you want to use that as a handle? Their are beings
of unknown or questionable allegiance like Loki and then there are
beings of known allegiance in fixed opposition to the Aesir like
Fenris and Surt.
> If you could point us in any direction regarding where to start along,Check out the beginners course on www.asatru-u.org. Look at
> or any advice on reading material that would be helpful,
a translation of The Poetic Eddas aka The Elder Edda aka
the Saemundr Edda. There are plenty of English translations of
the poems. Lee Hollander, Carolyn Laryington, several others
have translations available.
> we both still respect Seax WicaThe Aesir aren't jealous god(desse)s.