Join our Discord server!
Our Discord server, Skíðblaðnir, was created as a space for the study and discussion of reconstructionist Heathenry. All are welcome to join and participate in the conversations. To join the server, click this link, or enter the following invite code into the app: j33VkwrdUF
Check out our reading list!
We have compiled a list of recommended reading materials for studying. Of course, it’s impossible to include every single book and essay that exists, so we have also included links to various other websites, reading lists, and resources further down this page. To view our recommended reading list, click here.
Check out our affiliates!
Listed below are our affiliate sites and Discord servers.
Our friends at the Lārhūs provide resources for the specific regional tradition of Anglo-Saxon Heathenry.
The r/Heathenry Subreddit
Our official subreddit for all things related to Heathenry.
The Heathen Underground
The Heathen Underground is a Facebook page that promotes Heathenry by posting information relevant to Heathen history, literature, art, articles, etc. in a way that the administrators feel honors the integrity of the religious aspects of pre-Christian Germanic beliefs.
Check out these online resources!
We have compiled a short list of recommended online resources that we feel are useful in the course of studying Heathenry.
The Accessible Heathenry Project
The Accessible Heathenry Project aims to make public domain texts on Heathenry available to the people with reading disabilities, and to those who learn more effectively by listening than reading.
Dr. Jackson Crawford’s YouTube Channel
Dr. Jackson Crawford is a university professor, published author, and specialist in Old Norse. He regularly uploads YouTube videos that cover a wide range of topics pertaining to the ancient, pre-Christian peoples of Scandinavia and Iceland.
The Heathen History Podcast
A joint effort of Lauren Crow and Ben Waggoner, longtime friends and co-founders of Black Bear Kindred of Central Arkansas, this podcast features deep dives into the peoples, organizations, and events that deeply shaped modern Heathenry.
Icelandic Saga Database
The Icelandic Saga Database has compiled the saga of the Icelanders into an online resource. It provides the sagas in several languages: English, Danish, French, German, Icelandic, Norwegian, Old Norse, and Swedish.
Norse Mythology for Smart People
Dan McCoy is a scholar of Norse mythology and has compiled his research in easily digestible articles on his website. He covers the gods and creatures, myths, cosmology, the Vikings, and other topics.
Sidjus Reidarje Sauilis
Sidjus Reidarje Sauilis is a tradition of Gothic Heathenry that provides public resources for anyone interested in learning about and practicing Gothic Heathenry.
Thia Frankisk Aldsido
Thia Frankisk Aldsido is an online resource for Frankish Heathenry. Per their statement of purpose, their goal is to “establish a modern successorship to the Frankish civic and religious ways of the pre-Christian Heathen peoples of Merovingian Gaul (Francia).”
Wikibooks: Old English Alphabet and Pronunciation
Learn how to pronounce the Old English words on this site using this guide.
Wikibooks: Old Norse Grammar, Alphabet, and Pronunciation
Learn how to pronounce the Old Norse words on this site using this guide.