Ásatrú Scouting and Guiding

Ásatrúar Scouting and Guiding is composed of multiple small non-aligned Scouting associations, open to both boys and girls at various ages of Ásatrú/Odinist groupings. Several organizations exist, among them “Scout Forn Siðr” in Stavanger, Norway and Malmö, Sweden, as well as a few prospective members in the United Kingdom and Poland, named for Forn Siðr (“Old Northern Tradition” in Old Norse) and the Young Vikings Club in the United States, a separate organization despite the Boy Scouts of America accepting Ásatrú units, e.g. Troop 1239, accepted into the BSA Great…

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The Nine Noble Virtues – Life Codes to Live by

The Nine Noble Virtues are a set of moral and ethical guidelines based on virtues found in historical Norse paganism. The Nine Noble Virtues were gathered from various sources including the Poetic Edda, especially the Hávamál, the Sigrdrífumál, and in the Icelandic Sagas. The Nine Noble Virtues are: Courage (Valiance) Truth (Sincerity) Honor Fidelity Discipline Hospitality Self Reliance Industriousness (Diligence) Perseverance The Nine Noble Virtues explained: Virtue 1 – Courage (Valiance) Courage is the ability of someone to do something even though frightens them or when they are scared.  To do something that you know is difficult or…

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