Mythology (6 subreddits)

/r/Norse: your central hub for norse myth and history.

/r/Norse is a Subreddit for anyone interested in anything 'viking' the community encompasses all different branches and studies including language, lore, faith and history.

We are a pleasant community who are willing to teach as much as we are willing to learn.

Welcome to our home, sit with us a while.

  • 19,168 subscribers
  • A community for 7 years

Mythology and Folklore

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  • 13,751 subscribers
  • A community for 9 years

Ásatrú - Reddit's Online Grithstead

Ásatrú is the most common modern name for the indigenous religious beliefs and practices of the Scandinavian, Anglo-Saxon, and Germanic peoples and their modern day revival and reconstruction. It means “Faith in the Gods.”

  • 9,861 subscribers
  • A community for 9 years

Greek Mythology

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  • 6,621 subscribers
  • A community for 6 years

Full Frontal Honesty

Are you a pagan? Do you find that you sometimes have problems and need an honest, grownup opinion? Well, that's what we're here for. We won't promise to be nice, we won't promise not to mock you, but we WILL promise to tell you the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Gods help you.

  • 1,193 subscribers
  • A community for 3 years

Epic Poems

A virtual library dedicated to the collection, discussion and study of epic poetry.

An epic poem is a lengthy narrative poem, ordinarily concerning a serious subject containing details of heroic deeds and events significant to a culture or nation. Some of the most famous examples of epic poetry include the Ramayana, Mahabharata, the Ancient Greek Iliad and the Odyssey, the Old English Beowulf, or the Portuguese Lusiads.

  • 276 subscribers
  • A community for 6 years
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