Main Hall

Iðunn Blót

Iðunn is the patron goddess of the Troth, her apples have brought new life to current modern reinvention of our faith. With waters gathered from everywhere our members might reach, with apples and song, we will join Troth members around the world.

In Idunna’s garden apples grow—
always in fruit and in flower.
Time cannot touch those who their sweetness know;
Blessings and bliss fill her bower.
Lady, but one portion give—
Like the holy gods we’ll live
Protected in peace by your power!


There is a recurring lament that Continental Heathenry is lacking genuine historical, written and archeological sources, especially about the goddess who is called Frea or Frija. Our sources are few and not as obvious as the sources we have, for example, on Frigg from Old Norse literature. On the other hand, we do not have to do without them.

Asatru Iberica

Ásatrú Ibérica organization presentation by Nathalie Cue Gomez

Ásatrú Ibérica was founded from the formal Forn Sidr Ibérica after the failed attempt to legalize the group as religious community. After long time with only internet presence Ásatrú Ibérica has now done a next step with the state recognition of cultural association and now working on a program centered in organizing meetings and gatherings for persons interested in Ásatrú.  

Round Table: Frith, Hospitality, and inclusion

Round table discussion about Frith, Hospitality, and Inclusion in Heathenry/Asatru. We will discuss implicit and explicit bias and how that influences inclusion in Heathenry/Asatru. There will be time to discuss how inclusive groups and individuals handle the challenge of when and how to be (ironically) exclusive of hateful or disrespectful individuals in order to provide a safe, peaceful, and diverse group space or organization.  We will address racism, nationalism, sexism, ableism, homophobia and other LGBTQIA+ concerns, and any other form of prejudice in Heathenry/Asatru.