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Contact people currently are our gyðja, who is sometimes known as Katla, Shane, and Francine. Information can be had from Little Mysteries Books, Barrington Street: ask the store owner about us. You can also send email to ip-ERCE@chebucto.ns.ca, and it will reach us.
As a Kindred, we conduct the seasonal blessings and work to increase our knowledge of the practices, religious beliefs and mythology of prechristian Northern Europe. We have recently completed a series of workshops on Runes of the Elder Futhark at Little Mysteries Books, one per month. We are investigating seiðr, and run seiðr sessions open to the general public (see "kindred events" for details). For more information on runes, rune readings, rune magic or rune workshops, seiðr sessions, or seiðr workshops, Norse cosmology and ritual practice, please contact us.
For information on current and past events check out:
We welcome any people who wish to learn about Ásatrú and our beliefs, the Goddesses and Gods of the Aesir and Vanir, and religious rites.
The Troth is an international organization of Ásatrú followers.
Its practices and philosophies are explicitly anti-racist, anti-homophobic, non-sexist.
It has members in Canada, the US, and elsewhere and is associated with other Heathen organizations in Britain, Scandinavia, North America, Ireland, Australia... Its annual meeting, Trothmoot, attracts members of many non-affiliated kindreds within North America, as well as guests from overseas. Details of Trothmoot 98 available from Troth website, or from gydhja"at"hfx.andara.com.
This Nova Scotian Pagan site is owned by Fiskiörn Kindred.
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