History. Asatru grew steadily in the United States during the 1960s.  In 1969 the Danish Odinist Else Christensen established the Odinist Fellowship from her home ...
Asatru, the modern attempt to revive the old Norse faith, was founded by the Icelandic farmer Sveinbjörn Beinteinsson (1924–1993).
The religion of Asatru - Norse Heathenism ... The Æsir: These are the Gods of the tribe or clan, representing Kingship, order, craft, etc.
Asatru organization with members throughout North America, and including several members in Europe and Australia as well. They publish a quarterly journal, Idunna ...
What is Asatru? Asatru is the modern rebirth of the pre-Christian indigenous faith of the Norse peoples -- the ancestors of the Norwegians, Danes, Swedes, and ...
Asatru widely known as Heathenism, Heathenry, or Germanic Heathenry is the contemporary revival of historical Germanic paganism. Precursor movements appeared in the ...
Heathenry, also termed Heathenism or Germanic Neopaganism, is a modern Pagan new religious movement, the practitioners of which seek to revive the pre-Christian ...
History of the Asatru Movement: The Asatru movement began in the 1970's, as a revival of Germanic paganism. Begun in Iceland on the Summer Solstice of 1972 ...
Asatru (sometimes called Odinism) is an attempt to cobble together an actual religion from Norse mythology and pre-Christian Germanic religious practices.
Asatru is religion dedicated to the gods of the norse pantheon. The religion's name derives from the old Norse words meaning "faith in the Aesir."