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Norse Studies & Runes

The American Asatru Association operates in North America, and actively works to incorporate Heathenistic values into modern, American life. The group aims to create an inclusive environment where focuses lie on the lore of pre-Christian Europe.
The Asatru Folk Assembly is a religious organization concerned with preserving the tradition of the Scandinavian/Germanic and Celtic peoples of ancient Europe. Members enjoy planned events to usher in the changing of the seasons.
The Icelandic Saga Database is an online resource dedicated to the digital publication of a large body of medieval literature which forms the foundation of the Icelandic literary tradition.
The Norroena Society works to restore the lore of ancient Northern Europe to its pure form, before Christian influence and repackaging over the last several hundred years. A large collection of research is available to read on the website.
The Norse Mythology Blog provides original articles and interviews on Norse myth and religion and features projects that estimate current numbers of adherents of the modern iteration of Norse religion.
Norse Mythology for Smart People provides reliable, well-documented information on the fascinating mythology and religion of the Norse/Germanic peoples. The creator of the website is Daniel McCoy.
Odroerir is a downloadable journal dedicated to developing, fostering, and distributing scholastic literature regarding the various pre-Christian religious traditions and cultures of Northern Europe.
Rune Path is a UK-based Runology study course. A distance-learning course is offered to those desiring to understand the ancient and powerful magic of The Runes. The website is authored by Michael Conneely, an Oxford-educated author.
Founded by Edred Thorsson in 1980, the Rune-Gild is an initiatory school devoted to the esoteric and exoteric study of the runes, the holy mysteries at the heart of ancient Germanic culture.
The Troth is a Pennsylvania-based Heathen organization founded to seek, know and honor the Gods and values of the ancient Germanic Heathen traditions. The organization exists to very non-discriminatorily celebrate the ancient cultural heritage.