Episode 16 cross posts an episode from The Troth’s Podcast in which Jan interviews Frith Forge co-organizers Robert Schreiwer (Troth Steersman) and Amanda Leigh-Hawkins (International Relations Committee) for a recap of the Frith Forth conference held in October 2017. The conference was a collaboration of the Troth and the Asatru EU Network. The European co-organizer was Haimo Grebenstein of Verein fur Germanisches Heidentum e.V.
There were representatives from organizations from the U.S. and Europe as well as folks who wanted to connect with other leaders and have a good experience. Links to the organizations can be found on the Frith Forge event page. Scroll down to the Participants section and click on the logo to connect to a website.
The Asatru Summer Camp will be held 28 July – 4 August in Gerolstein, Germany. Please see the IASC website for information and booking details. Attendance for the 7-day camp is as low as 230 Euros including accommodations at the youth hostel where it is held. Workshops, blots, activities, and most of all – connection with other inclusive Heathens in a fun and comfortable setting.
Frith Forge was sponsored by The Troth.
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Music: Intro to episode 16: Stanza 31: Valkyries Assemble from Voluspa by Tonya Threet. available on CDBaby. Facebook page: Tonya Threet
Intro to the Troth’s podcast: To Hear the Trumpets Call by Hauk Heimdallsman Hauk’s only link is currently on Bandcamp but you can find him on Facebook @HaukMusic. John Hyatt has some copies of the album featuring this song. email at email@example.com
Outgoing piece from Voluspa by Tonya Threet. Track 10: Stanza 19 Yggdrasil
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Notes and announcements:
Pantheacon is an inclusive pagan convention welcoming all paths and the people who practice them. It is held in San Jose, CA over Presidents Day weekend and hosts workshops, rituals, discussion, music, vending, new releases, and more. In addition to the official program, groups and organizations open hospitality suites to welcome those interested in learning more about a variety of paths and subjects.
In addition to being safe spaces for conversation and a break from the intense schedules and fun, the suites may also have concurrent schedules of workshops, crafting, and ritual.
The Alliance for Inclusive Heathenry hosts an amazing suite and has a Facebook group @inclusive.heathenry.
Wyrd host, Jan, hosts a suite for divination and oracle practices. Facebook – @divinationsuite both groups have gofundme pages to help costs for the service to the community.
Check out the Tarot Visions podcast for delightful conversations with Jaymi and Rosered about Tarot and other divination. Tarot Visions is available on podbean their Facebook page is: @tarotvisionsus
Check out The Cartomancer magazine. The Cartomancer is a quarterly journal featuring original content in the form of articles, reviews, artwork and more. The main focus is cartomancy in all of its forms; especially tarot, Lenormand, and oracle cards (including runes).
Gifts of the Wyrd contact: Twitter: @WyrdGifts Facebook: @GiftsoftheWyrd Email: GiftsoftheWyrd@gmail.com
Interested in a rune consultation or bindrune? Email me for availabilty and pricing. GiftsoftheWyrd@gmail.com
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