Pagan Places is an atlas that lists all places relating in some way to European paganism. The website has several options for users to engage with the website, like making a wishlist of places they want to visit, as well as the possibility to add places themselves.
The Norroena Society is a group focussed on the investigation of the ancestral traditions of Northern Europe as well as the promotion of their results and expansion of the Asatru faith. They publish articles, books, and videos.
Mimir’s Brunnr is a website that aims to reconnect Europeans to their history and pre-christian faith once more. Their website has some excellent articles, and they produce high-quality videos.
Europagan encourages and aids the re-adoption of indigenous European religion, as a means of spiritual rejuvenation for Europe. Europagan offers historical and theological information as well as instruction for the practitioner.
The Wild Hunt is an online news outlet that deals with assorted news that is (nominally) pagan in nature. They give a broad overview of mainstream attention for paganism, just don’t expect in-depth information about paganism there.
Heathen gods is a website with a lot of information and resources about heathenry. It’s suited for people that are new to heathenry, but also offers a lot for people that have followed this path for a longer time.
Galdastafir is a website dedicated to the magic sigils by that name. The website offers stencils of staves to use in your own projects, and there are quite some medieval manuscripts available in pdf-files.

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