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This is a non-discriminatory Heathen list for folks in Kentucky and surrounding areas. Heathen religion (Germanic Paganism) includes the pre-Christian religions of the Germans (and Austrians and Swiss-Germans), Anglo-Saxons, Dutch, and Scandinavians (except for Saami/Lapps and Finns). While I realize that not everyone is going to get along, I do expect courtesy, maturity and basic human decency. I encourage folks to be active on the list, to sponsor activities, etc. When you post messages with URL's to the group, please shorten long ones at www.tinyurl.com. I started this list as an extension of my activities as Troth Steward for KY, (see www.thetroth.org) back when I held that post, but this is a non-affiliated list and Heathens of all groups and none are welcome. Please check out my webpage (linked at the bottom of this page). Note that I may forward news items posts (not personal messages) to other lists. Links & message archive of this list are public!

NOTE ON PHOTO: Jordsvin at one of his first blotar, many years ago. Listmembers; feel free to add your own photos.

Here is the Kentucky Asatru Alliance. I have joined and am very impressed; please check it out. http://www.kyasatru.org/index.html


Key Words (please suggest others): Asatru, Forn Sed, Heathenism, Heathen, Theodism, Theodish, Troth, Norse, and Anglo-Saxon Pagan, Paganism or Religion, Heidni, Heidhni, Hedenskap, Odinism, Odianism, Odinist, Odin, Wotan, Woden, Thor, Thorr, Frey, Freyr, Freya, Freyja, Frigg, Frigga, Aesir, Vanir, Asynjur, Galdr, Runes, Spá, Spae, Seid, Seidh, Seidhr...

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  • Asatru
  • Nov 6, 2003
  • English

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