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Emily A.


Carmichael, CA

Member since:

April 5, 2009

How would you describe your personal practice of heathenism?

I have always felt that belief is instinctual. Ritual and outward showings of faith are good and neccessary, but knowing and living by your inner voice is a true testament to your belief in their guidings.

Are you a member of any national or local Asatru organizations?

I have participated with the Asatru Folk Assembly for nearly 15 years.

Are you folkish? Tribalist? Universalist?

My family is rooted in the Folk.

How many years have you considered yourself a Heathen or followed the Germanic pantheon?

I have believed outside the traditional Christian "box" from the time I could pick up a book. Begining with a grade school intro to the Native American religion as a jumping off point to the vast number of options.


The eternal search for like-minded companionship.


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