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Here are 20 Best Asatru RSS Feeds you should follow in 2024

1. Asatru UK Blog RSS Feed

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Asatru UK, is a UK wide Asatru community, run by a small group of people, from all over the country. Started on facebook, it soon grew, and grew until the first moot was organised in York, in March 2013. The people who attended became the driving force behind Asatru UK, and formed the KIN, the organisational body behind the group. Since then, Asatru UK has launched forward to organising moots around the country, three times a year.
Frequency 1 post / month Export RSS feeds list Get access to 250k active RSS feeds of news websites, blogs, magazines and podcasts with email contacts in 1500 niche categories. Get targeted RSS list in your niche at your fingertips. Email us the categories of RSS feeds you're interested in at Copy email. We'll share the list in an Excel spreadsheet or CSV format.

2. The Wild Hunt RSS Feed

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The Wild Hunt is a daily online news journal, and is the primary destination for those interested in following news and commentary relating to modern Paganism, Heathenry, polytheism, the Occult, New Age, and other similar religions or practices. Since its founding in 2004, The Wild Hunt has grown to become one of the most-visited and popular destinations exploring these topics.
Facebook Followers 59.9KTwitter Followers 29.1KInstagram Followers 4.5K Frequency 1 post / day

3. Asatru Art Blog RSS Feed

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Keep up with articles from Asatru Art Blog.
Frequency 1 post / week

4. Prairie Asatru Blog RSS Feed

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We are Asatru in the Dakotas. We are a community of men and women dedicated to our holy Gods. We are creating a very real community of Asatruar based around our local hof and founded upon the Nine Noble Virtues and the traditions of our Ancestors.
Facebook Followers 544 Frequency 2 posts / month

5. Gnosis Diary: Life as a Heathen RSS Feed

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My personal experiences, including religious and spiritual experiences, community interaction, general heathenry, and modern life on my heathen path, which is Asatru.
Facebook Followers 335.2KTwitter Followers 8.9K Frequency 1 post / week

6. Aldsidu Blog RSS Feed

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Aldsidu is a networking and education website, and 'lite organization.' Aldsidu in Old Saxon means 'Old Ways' and is the historically attested word the Saxons used to describe their Heathenry. We are bound together by our generally shared commitment to observing the Historical Old Saxon ways in accordance with the ideals expressed in this General Statement.
Frequency 1 post / week

7. Sons of Heimdall RSS Feed

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Pagan-Heathen blog centering on UK-based heathenry but also covering wider pagan issues and paths. The site's remit has now been broadened to cover European pre-Christian history and associated spirituality (historic and reconstructed).
Frequency 1 post / quarter

8. Volmarr's Heathenism RSS Feed

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Blog about Heathenism, Asatru, Norse-Paganism, Norse-Wicca, Forn Sed, Anglo-Saxon Paganism, Theodism, and Vanatru, and how to practice it in the modern world, as a spiritual path. Both rituals, and metaphysical musings about the Viking religion. You will find a good collection of Heathen seasonal rituals, all which are meaningful for the solitary.
Frequency 30 posts / year

9. Heathen's Heart RSS Feed

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This blog is about heathenry, hearthwitchry, and wild hearts - the everyday life and struggles of family, marriage, mental health, and modern living. I'm a heathen hearthwitch living in the Midwest. I've been a witch and pagan of some variety since looking into Norse paganism in high school.
Frequency 1 post / quarter

10. The Asatru Community Blog RSS Feed

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The Asatru Community Inc., or TAC Inc., is the largest, fastest-growing Asatru Non-Profit organization in the world. TAC is not like other Asatru organizations you may be a part of, or have heard of. TAC isn't perfect, but we strive to offer the heathen community something new and something different.
Facebook Followers 50.8K Frequency 5 posts / year

11. The Troth News RSS Feed

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The Troth is an international Heathen organization based in the United States and is a non-profit corporation registered in the state of Texas. The Troth is open to all who seek to know and to worship the Gods, honor the ancestors, and live by values of the Germanic Heathen traditions, regardless of tradition, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, ability, gender, or family structure.
Facebook Followers 6.4KTwitter Followers 1.5K

12. Asatru Illinois Blog RSS Feed

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Welcome to the Asatru Illinois blog! This website is intended to serve as a forum for Asatru practitioners and those curious about our faith. We will be covering different aspects of our native European beliefs and how they can be applied to improve our spiritual lives.
Frequency 1 post / year

13. The Rational Heathen RSS Feed

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I have no clue why I call this blog The Rational Heathen. Maybe it's because I hold up beliefs to the light of Science and hope I can come up with some clever rational explanations. Or maybe I just get tired of the woo-woo and I want some facts. Hel, I might even go back to agnosticism at some point. But I kind of doubt it. Tyr is persistent.
Facebook Followers 3.7K

14. Mīne Wyrtruman RSS Feed

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An inclusive blog dedicated to Fyrnsidu (Anglo-Saxon Heathenry). Mine Wyrtruman means My Roots in Old English. As an Anglo-Saxon Heathen, the culture and religion of the ancient pre-Christian Anglo-Saxon peoples are the roots of my faith. I use the little that we know about them as a foundation upon which I build my religion.
Twitter Followers 75

15. The Longship Blog RSS Feed

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The longship is the beginning of a journey. In ancient times, it bore merchants and raiders alike across the seas, changing their lives, leading them to riches and war. In the spirit of the vessels of old, this website aims to be a beginner's guide to all individuals interested in studying Heathenry. The team at The Longship does not claim it to be the only guide or the correct guide, but simply one ship in a vast fleet, one option among many.

16. Forn Sidr of America Blog RSS Feed

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The Forn Sidr of America blog. Read our updates, articles, and official statements here to keep up to date about our news and current events. A North American Heathen spiritual identity rooted in Ancient Norse beliefs with modern evolving values that place the inherent worth of all people before creeds, dogma, or doctrine.
Facebook Followers 2.5KTwitter Followers 344

17. Of Axe and Plough RSS Feed

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Anglo-Saxon Heathenry and Roman Polytheism. A blog dedicated to Contemporary polytheistic Paganism, emphasizing Heathenry (Fyrnsidu).
Facebook Followers 1.1K Frequency 3 posts / year

18. Heathen Soul Lore RSS Feed

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This website explores many topics relating to ancient and modern Heathen belief and practice. It is an ongoing project as new articles of mine are uploaded, covering soul lore, deities, wights and spirits, Heathen life-ways, meditations, ceremonies, poems, songs, a serial novel, and more.

19. A Heathen Naturalist RSS Feed

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I'm a heathen naturalist. Naturalist - a person who studies or is an expert in natural history, especially zoology or botany. Heathen - a person who worships the Germanic gods. Those are the definitions I'm using, anyway. I've loved nature as long as I can remember, and always knew I had to become some kind of biologist. Now I'm a polytheist and animist as well as a naturalist.

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