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The Troth's Statement in Support of Latin American Heathens

he Troth has been around since 1987, so we have seen and heard a lot of things. Being Pagan for this long, we’d like to think very few things can truly still shock us.


Official Statement on the Events Today at the US Capital

Today, the world has witnessed an unprecedented scene of violence and terror in complete disregard for the safety of Congresspeople, law enforcement, and an entire city. These events were driven by bigotry and hate. Furthermore, several of those who have been most visible in these events have also been bearing symbols many of us hold very dear and even sacred.



Troth Statement on the Ongoing Protests and Police Violence

As millions across the nation and the world raise their voices to demand an end to racial injustice, we stand with them. We stand with People of Color of every creed who are affected by senseless violence across the world. To Black Heathens, Pagans, Christians, Muslims, Atheists, and the myriad faiths that comprise our world: Your lives matter. Your voices matter. Silence is complicity with bigotry and intolerance, and we cannot be silent when we see wrong in the world.


Trothmoot 2020 Moves to Virtual Conference

The Troth has announced that Trothmoot 2020 will move to a virtual conference this year to help combat the spread of COVID-19. The four-day event will include workshops on a variety of Heathen related topics as well as the general business meetings of the Troth that take place at every Trothmoot. Please check the Troth’s social media, as well as their website, for further information about the virtual conference.

Full refunds will be issued for those who have already registered for the physical event.


Troth Statement on the Attempted Bombing of Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, Colorado

The Troth, an international Heathen organization, has issued a statement regarding the recent plot by Richard Holzer to blow up Temple Emanuel in Pueblo, Colorado:


Red Hammer: Relief to the Bahamas

The Troth's Red Hammer is now collecting donations to go, in full, to relief services in the Bahamas in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.

If you can donate, please visit: 


Hammer, Oak, and Lightning: A Thor Devotional


Statement on the Arrest of Garrett "Odinschild" Kelsey

On July 23, 2019, Garrett Kelsey was arrested in Cedar Falls, Iowa, for making racist, violent threats via email and telephone a Jewish organization based in Manhattan. Among other things, the man demanded that the organization apologize to the “Asatru community” for posting a video about Nordic neo-Nazis. He identified himself as “Garrett Odinschild”, a reference to the Norse god Odin.


An Open Letter to Governor David Ige of Hawai'i Regarding the 30 Meter Telescope

Dear Governor Ige, 

The Troth and its body of members are writing in support of the demand to immediate halt to the construction of the TMT 30 Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea, Island of Hawaiʻi. The TMT will cause irreversible environmental harm to the mountain and destroy a sacred place for Kanaka Maoli’s spiritual and cultural practices.


Blogging Our Troth, part 8: The Forgotten Gods and Goddesses

This week's selection from the forthcoming third edition of Our Troth seems timely. June 5 is the feast day in the Roman Catholic Church of St. Boniface, who was noted for his missionary efforts in present-day Germany, until he was martyred in 754. Among other deeds, he is said to have felled the "Oak of Jupiter" (presumably sacred to Thor, or Donar) that once stood at Gaesmere (probably near Fritzlar in modern Hesse) and built a chapel from its wood. He is said to have destroyed other idols and holy sites.



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