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Trothmoot 2015

Some of the attendees of Trothmoot this year (2015) at Camp Netimus. I asked everyone individually if they minded any of these photos being posted here, so let's hope that all will be fine with it. If anyone slipped in, such as in a group photo, and you would prefer that particular photo not be included here, please send me a message and I will remove it.
 

 

Watching the Weave: Trothmoot 2015

 
The Norns set the length of the threads when a man, woman, or god is born. Urd, Verthandi, and Skuld weave the wyrd that binds the men and gods alike. Frigg at her loom weaves the lives of men and women, using the foreknowledge that is hers from her sharing of the High Seat.
Lokesenna 29
“The fate of all | does Frigg know well,
Though herself she says it not."

Perspectives on Racial Issues in the United States

At a recent meeting of The Troth's High Rede, one question was whether we would, as an organization, make a statement about recent events regarding race in the U.S. and how we deal with them. It was decided instead that, in an organization that defines itself by accepting diversity, Individual Rede members might make individual public statements to be released together. Here they are, beginning with my own.

 

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Six Sagas of Adventure

We are proud and pleased to announce the publication of Six Sagas of Adventure, a collection of Icelandic sagas translated into English and available under one cover for the first time!

Thu, 10/23/2014 - 21:58

The Troth stands above and aside from politics, and perhaps this matter will be seen by some as political. To me it is not. Wodensday saw the blood of a Canadian soldier shed at our holiest military shrine; the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the National War Memorial at the capital in Ottawa.

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