30 Days of Heathenry – Day 23 “Blogs”

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Question:

What are some blogs/sites/Tumblrs you’d recommend? (Not a popularity contest, just try to expose your readers to something they may not know about.)

Answer:

For this post, I wanted to post a few blogs/content creators that I regularly read or watch, especially ones on here that do a great job of being informative, fun or both! These aren’t in any order or anything, these are just ones that I greatly enjoy


Wind in the World Tree –

This is easily one of the more well-written and informative blogs on heathenry on WordPress. Notable posts include this one on people misusing the term “Valknut”, and another on people that decry other Pagans for observing Ostara. Everything is highly researched and annotated, and the author really knows their stuff. One of these days, I strive to be as well-informed on this topic as the author.

Dr. Crawford In Arts & Sciences Magazine: “Meet CU Boulder's  Viking-cowboy-scholar” | Germanic & Slavic Languages & Literatures |  University of Colorado Boulder

Dr. Jackson Crawford –

I know Crawford is pretty well-known in Heathen circles as he is one of the foremost Old Norse professors outside of Europe at the moment. I think what I like the most about Crawford is that he does everything on a scholarly level rather than injecting personal biases into his videos. As far as I can tell, he’s not actually a Heathen, refuses to talk about modern politics, and keeps everything on track. A must watch!

Skjalden –

Another big wealth of information on YouTube that never tries to inject his political beliefs into his videos. Skjalden is very informative, and likes to touch on more obscure subjects that most creators ignore, as well as keeping everyone up to speed on the latest archaeological news coming out of Northern Europe.

Freja Travels –

I don’t read too many travel blogs on here, but I definitely enjoy what I see from this one since the author usually takes great pictures of historical sites and various museums, which is exactly the sort of thing I do whenever I get a chance to travel. One of these days, I’d love to travel to Scandinavia, and this blog gives me many ideas on where I should go.

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