Askr Yggdrasils – The Ash Tree Yggdrasil

There stands an ash called Yggdrasil, A mighty tree showered in white hail. – Poetic Edda

Forn Siðr – Followers of the Old Customs

Preserving and protecting our native European culture as our identity is everything, the loss of identity is the greatest crime against self anyone can imagine.

Wyrd bið ful aræd – Fate remains wholly inexorable – The Wanderer (Anglo-Saxon Poem)



Wisdom from the Edda

“Fire to men is the fairest gift, and power to see the sun; good health and soundness of mind and a life free from blame and reproach.” “THE SONG OF THE HIGH ONE” The Poetic Edda is beyond doubt the most significant of the old Norse writings which have survived to the present day. Among …


In Norse mythology, Nástrǫnd (Corpse Shore) is a place in Hel where Níðhöggr lives and chews on corpses. It is the afterlife for those guilty of murder, adultery, and oath-breaking (which the Norsemen considered the worst possible crimes). Poetic Edda The Völuspá says: Sal sá hón standa sólo fiarri, Nástrǫndu á, norðr horfa dyrr. Fello …


Heiðrún or Heidrun is a goat in Norse mythology, which consumes the foliage of the tree Læraðr and produces mead for the einherjar. She is described in the Poetic Edda and Prose Edda. Prose Edda Geit sú er Heiðrún heitir stendr uppi á Valhöll ok bítr barr af limum trés þess er mjök er nafnfrægt, …