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PMP: Vince & Bob the Sane - Modern Heathenry, Art & Lore

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Join RevKess and Kalisara as we discuss modern Heathenry, crafting and historical lore.

Vincent Enlund, aka VikingJack, is the Chieftain of the Wanderer Kindred of Arizona, and has been Asatru since 1988. He founded the Wanderer Kindred of Arizona around 2000. Vince was active with the Asatru Alliance from 2001 to 2013, and worked with other national and international organizations and independent kindreds for more then 16 years. He has been a regular guest speaker and lecturer for about 7 years now at Arizona State University, South Mountain Community Collage, and Scottsdale Community Collage. In 2015, He represented Asatru and Heathenry in the US at the International Asatru Summer Camp and Counsel in Sweden. Vince makes custom contemporary-styled Asatru and Heathen Jewelry under the product brand of American Heathen.

Bob the Sane has been kicking around heathenry for more than 2 decades. Originally from New Mexico, he now lives in Indianapolis, and is a founding member of Mountain Haven Kindred based out of Albuquerque, NM. He is one of the hosts of Raven Radio (http://www.ravenradio.info) a now monthly podcast created and published by a panel of heathens of various stripes. He espouses a tribalist heathen philosophy, which rejects the need for large national organizations in favor of small tribal units and communities. He is (in)famously outspoken on numerous topics, and considers things like the "universalist vs. folkish debate", racism, and homophobia to be incredibly silly, if not downright counterproductive.

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