In a recent interview, Nordiska Asa-Samfundet’s (NAS) Spokesman, Stenar Sonevang, claimed that the NAS is entirely non-political and open to anyone who wishes to explore the faith. Unfortunately, this narrative quickly crumbles upon close inspection. HHH has uncovered shockingly unsavory ties to some of Sweden’s most radical underground groups.
Monthly Archive: November 2016
Today, at just a little past 8 a.m. GMT, an international group of Heathens released a collective statement in support of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in North Dakota.
As an interest in modern day Loki cultus has continued to rise, so too has an interest in Loki’s oft forgotten wife Sigyn. Despite the lack of evidence regarding her, Sigyn has still managed to find a foothold within modern Heathenry, and has had a surprising amount to teach new devotees about duty, devotion, constancy, and sacrifice.
There’ve been a few blog posts I’ve seen lately about blóts of later autumn. Cara Freyasdaughter wrote about Winternights and how it differs from Samhain over at Patheos.com a few of weeks ago, and also provided some interesting links to posts on the subject. Indeed, most of my non-Swedish friends seem to celebrate Winternights (or “Winter Nights”, I’ve encountered both spellings) at this time of the year, but in Sweden I only ever hear of people celebrating Alvablot.