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The Troth

This group is an "outpost" of the Official website of The Troth. We in the Troth practice the Germanic/Norse religion of Heathenry, commonly referred to as Asatru.

Location: California but mailing address 24 Dixwell Avenue, Suite 134, New Haven, Connecticut 06511
Members: 330
Latest Activity: Jan 26


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Discussion Forum

Hello from Denver, CO

Started by Christine Oct 23, 2014. 0 Replies

Heathen Beginner's Questions...Ask Away!

Started by Patricia Lafayllve. Last reply by Tom Keesler Feb 26, 2014. 24 Replies

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Comment by Mallory Brooks on May 29, 2016 at 3:54pm

Hail! I am Mallory, from Idaho. I am the Idaho and Montana Steward. Founder of Kith & Kin Hearth here in Boise Idaho.

Comment by Brad McDaniel on March 7, 2016 at 1:56pm

Heilsa and greetings! I am an asartuar from Ohio just seeing where any kinfolk may be

Comment by Fred Bower on March 27, 2015 at 12:27pm

Trothmoot registration is open!
June 4-June 7 2015
Camp Netimus
Milford, Pennsylvania

Hope to meet some new folks there!

Comment by Tom Keesler on April 15, 2014 at 6:23am
Does anyone know of any groups that focus on a more Teuton centered reconstruction/practice?
Comment by Robert L. Schreiwer on April 14, 2014 at 7:24am
We have some fine Troth members in WA! :)
Comment by Bjorn Taktisk on April 10, 2014 at 10:31pm

Thanks to the Troth i have a foundation set to my path into Odinism iv almost to the end of the first volume taking my time

Comment by Anders on November 27, 2013 at 6:59am

Hey folks! Picked up the Troth volumes one and two for my girlfriend and she absolutely loves them. Apparently I need to order another set just so I can have the opportunity to read them... :-D

Comment by Cowboy on November 9, 2013 at 8:41pm

lol i love how raven cast is on here i listened to some but for some reason i can not get any new podcasts

Comment by Vincent Enlund on August 3, 2013 at 1:39am

Open Halls Project Supporters! HEAR OUR CALL TO ACTION!!!!

Now that we have your attention. 

The Open Halls Project is about to begin an endeavor, and we would appreciate any assistance and support that we can muster. Recently, the VA approved the Thor's Hammer as a headstone emblem. However, we still cannot choose Asatru or Heathen as our religious preference! We have attempted to process the request to add those terms, but CH(COL) Bryan Walker, of the Chief of Chaplains, has stated that the US Army and the DoD are preparing a new system that will allow philosophies and other religious preferences to be added more efficiently. However, his expected ETA for this change is 'several years.'

We've already processed this request twice, with the support of the Asatru Alliance and the Troth. That was over two years ago now and we are being told we will have to wait even longer. The OHP would like to initiate a letter writing campaign to our legislators, in the hopes that putting congressional pressure on the Department of the Army and the Department of Defense will have some positive effect. We specifically are calling on those who live in a district run by a member of either the House Armed Services Committee or the Senate Armed Services Committee. These are the folks that can really bring some political muscle to bear for us!

I've drafted a standardized form letter for folks to use, if you so desire. We have also been in communication with several of our allies, to help begin publicizing this action. We are hoping you will write to your Senators and to your Congressional representative, we have tried to be patient, and allow the system to work, but there is no need for us to wait several more years for our service members to have the ability to choose their religious preference on their official paperwork! We want to make sure that the religious needs of our service members are ensured and we hope that you will help us take action.

The form letter is posted as a link below.

Please let us know of any interesting developments you hear about, by emailing us at

Josh Heath - OHP

Comment by David Carron on March 4, 2013 at 12:22pm

The East Coast Thing is an Asatru community-building event in the Poconos of Pennsylvania in Raymondskill.  It was established in 1999 and is a family-friendly place where Asatruar gather in frith to honor the Aesir and Vanir, exchange ideas in classes and workshops and renew the bonds between kindreds and individuals.  All kids to date gone free via community fund.  While the event is open to all individuals, the focus is on Asatru and the Northeast Asatru community.  Going on from August 21-25th 2013.  Details at


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