Frith Forge 2017 and Germany Sacred Sites Tour

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Frith Forge 2017

I am so excited about the opportunity to attend The Troth’s first annual International Heathen Conference, Firth Forge 2017!!

“Frith Forge is the space and time on an international level to build alliances, understanding, and friendships among us instead of compartmentalizing further in an industrialized world. Let’s learn from each other with respect and fellowship to forge frith among us. Together we can enjoy this opportunity to discuss inclusion in religion and to promote cultural, religious, and educational exchange.” – from Frith Forge’s Facebook page.

This  looks to be a wonderful 2 full-day conference with presentations by representatives from Heathen organizations from Europe and United States. The conference will be held just southwest of Berlin and will be a great opportunity for socializing and great discussion. If you are able to get to Berlin for this weekend event, please consider stopping in. You can select price from full weekend inclusive of food and lodging, or day attendance options only.

Check out the information on the Facebook page or by emailing: IREP@thetroth.org

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Niederdorla Altar, Opfermoor Museum

German Sacred Sites Tour

Following the Frith Forge conference is an exciting tour of sacred sites and monuments of Germany.  The tour will begin on Sunday from the conference site and return on Saturday 14 October. The last location visited will be north of Hamburg at Haithabu.

“It is intended to be Frith-building and not rush through as many sites-to-look-at as possible. We will have sufficient time to spend at the sacred sites and other places we will visit, to view and “receive” them in a spiritual way,” — Tour organizer Haimo

Tour costs include lodging and some meals. You can do both or one of the two events.

Check out the website here.

I hope to see some there, but if not – there will be follow up on future podcasts.

Hail the Gods, the wights, and our ancestors.

Jan

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