Circle of the Nation
Heathen Common and Tribal Law
essays herein contained are the result of discussions among heathen
chieftains looking for a way forward.
In their opinion, that which is commonly regarded as “Ásatrú”
and by many other names has no common body of law, no common law
underpinning it’s many, sometimes chaotic sets of expectations among the
many kindreds, hearths, sippes, organizations and associations which claim
the loyalty of many of our people today.
are a people who have always had the utmost respect for law and it’s
forms, recognizing that our common nature lends itself to anarchy, which can
sometimes lead to wasteful strife and which lends itself to weakening our
tribal people to outside influence and erosion.
is a very personal work, ideas springing from discussions with wise people
about a very important endeavor:
the regeneration of ourselves as a self-aware and genuine people.
The First Person used frequently in writing here is a reflection of
this is not solely my work.
Credit belongs to those fine folk who’ve taken time to dispute and
discuss with me, and certainly to those who have worked for the betterment
of our heathen people:
our chieftains, scholars and “foot soldiers”.
is a very personal work, made up of both original essays and assembled from
Every effort was made to make the text as logical and readable as
possible, but some nonsequiturs and oddities may still exist, as they might’ve
escaped my attention.
While the inspiration may have come from others, the errors are
strictly my own.
essays presented here are offered for your consideration on the subject of
law within the Circle of Our Nation, in hopes of stirring further discussion