Anglo-Saxon Heathen Blogs & Websites

September 2, 2015 at 11:46 pm 8 comments

Sprigs on the Anglo-Saxon Branch of the Germanic Tree-

Fyrn Sidu– means Old Custom, equivalent to terms used in modern Scandinavian countries- Forn Sed (Swedish) Forn Sidr (Danish)

Theodism or Theodish Belief is a reconstructionist tribalist sect founded by Garman Lord and further developed by the brothers Swain & Eric Wodening.

Anglo-Saxon- inspired but Not Heathen or reconstructionist

Seax Wica– founded by Raymond Buckland, this was supposed to be a form of Wicca that drew more on Saxon roots

Lyblac is a more recently founded tradition of Anglo-Saxon witchcraft- seen by its founder as a progression of Seax Wica.

Alaric Albertsson has more about the history of specific organizations here.

Folks in ADF with Anglo-Saxon hearths- see ADF Blogs

Wyrd Druidry- or Heathen Druidry Folks in Order of Bards Ovates & Druids who draw on AS magic, herbcraft traditions, inspired by Brian Bates (the Way of Wyrd) author, who is  psychologist- not an expert in AS or medieval studies. Facebook group by this name.

Current Blogs

Grennung Hund Heorth– Hrafnblod Also Kemetic

Ironwood Hearth– located in northern Georgia

Of Axe & Plough– Anglo-Saxon, with some Continental Germanic influence as well as Roman polytheism, Location: Northeast U.S.

Rosie Writes– mostly general book & music reviews, but she also has some posts about Anglo-Saxon stuff- Location: United Kingdom

Weodmonath & LammasHaligmonath,

Conflating Ing with Frey?

Silver Well Hearth– Dorset, Wessex, U.K.

Sundorwic– Southern Ontario

Welsh Heathen– Anglo-Saxon & Roman, in Cardiff, Wales

Wind in the Worldtree

Blogs by non-heathen academics on Anglo-Saxon subjects

Dutch Anglo-Saxonist


Frithstead– Anglo-Saxon Heathen Fellowship- in southern New Hampshire

Ealdrice Haedengyld– Theodish Heathen Fellowship in Richmond, Virginia

Earendel Hearth– Pennsylvania


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8 Comments Add your own

  • 1. R Cawkwell  |  September 3, 2015 at 12:57 am

    I did wonder who’d linked to my blog posts. Honoured you included me in the list of blogs.

    • 2. caelesti  |  September 3, 2015 at 1:49 am

      No problem, I enjoy finding new & interesting blogs!

  • 3. thelettuceman  |  September 3, 2015 at 7:10 pm

    Thanks for the roundup!

    You should also include Karl Benson’s fantastic blog and site over at

    • 4. caelesti  |  September 3, 2015 at 7:53 pm

      Ah yes, I just came across his via Dver’s post on local cultus. That’s a subject I’m very interested, and I find I learn something from everyone who does it, regardless of their region or cultural focus. Adding.

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  • 6. The Welsh Heathen  |  November 18, 2017 at 3:24 pm

    Thanks for including my fairly new blog in the roundup! Though I am in Cardiff, Wales now. There’s a lot of good quality on this list, some I haven’t seen before so I appreciate it.

  • 7. Veigsidhe Karvgwenn  |  November 10, 2019 at 8:16 pm

    Hi every one to my side i fellow the Norse Gods and a part of the Gaelic gods. For my i’m Heathen Druid.
    I am teaching by Freya, Morrigù and Odin for much of what I study that’s my Path

  • 8. Marcel  |  April 26, 2020 at 7:36 pm

    Great roundup. Personally I found to be an excellent starting point, because it lists a lot of books about Germanic paganism, and many of those are specifically about English and Scottish iterations of paganism.


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