On Saturday, February 18th, a Folkish owned clothing company called “Tier One Viking Wear” made an official press release, in response to the featured videos; in which Mr. Borba uses a number of racial slurs and threatens to decapitate the owners of two separate Heathen organizations.
Arizona resident and self-proclaimed AFA member Joshua Borba (a.k.a. Tripp Tyrson from the “Heathen Up” podcast), publicly announced that he has filed the required paperwork with an attorney and is planning to sue The Asatru Community, Heathen Talk Network, and The Troth.
Residents in the town of Horn-Bad Meinberg, Germany, awoke on January first to discover that a local landmark had been defaced in a surprisingly impressive way. Sometime during the night, an unknown group managed to break into the locked park surrounding the Externsteine, reach the top of a nearly 130 ft. tall stone pillar, and plant a massive wooden Irminsul at the summit. Local authorities remain baffled as to how anyone managed to get the 20+ft. tall structure erected in the first place.
A recent discovery made in Østsjælland, Denmark, has the academic community locked in a heated debate. Archaeologist Dr. Nanna Holm, believes the buckle to be an exceptionally rare depiction of Loki.
Today, at about 2 PM GMT, an interfaith group in Canada officially released the “Canadian Pagan Declaration on Intolerance”, just in time for the International Human Rights Day 2016. The effort was spearheaded by Jade Pichette, an Ontario area Heathen and a Gythia for the Vindisir Kindred.
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.
An incredibly rare archaeological find was just discovered along the east coast of Jutland in Denmark.
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.
A previously unknown ritual site, containing around 200 “amulettringar”/oath rings, has been found in Hjulsta, near Stockholm, Sweden, during an archaeological examination of the area.
Due to repeated requests, we have opened up Declaration 127 for individual signatures.