Welcome to my hall. This stead stands to house the works,
thoughts, experiences, and images of a heathen, a poet, a man of Wodan, a
student, teacher, an artist, a musician, and a seeker.
Contact me if you have any questions about what you see here, or find me interesting enough to talk to.
American Heathen in Iceland
I invite you to visit my Wodan's
You can honor the One-eyed god here with a bit of
contemplation, and, hopefully, with some of your own
inspiration. There are offerings of word-work and artwork,
and some personal insight into what I believe about my
good friend among the Ases.
I will never say that every poem I have ever written is
good, but I've got my charms. Judge for yourself with
this poetry and prose, be it about the sacred, the
mundane, the great, or the absurd, it is all
During the Summer of 1999, I was chosen by Iceland's
Sigurđur Nordal Institute to attend their course in
Icelandic. Follow the adventures of
American Heathen in Iceland.
I play a very interesting American folk instrument called
the Mountain Dulcimer. This instrument's sound, enjoyment,
and potential for heathenry are all considerable. Though
not all expressly heathen, the content here is useful to
those who enjoy Life and enjoy the sweet music of the
Dulcimer. Explore The Heathen Dulcimer.
If you are new to Ásatrú , click here to learn some Ásatrú
I am the Ritari of Albuquerque, New Mexico's independent Ásatrú group, Keeper of Seasons Hall. If you'd like to check out our blót
schedule, look into the Ritari's Calendar. You can also read reports on how the
previous few blóts went.
I invite you to E-mail me at email@example.com.
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