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Episode Info: This week we will be talking about the Asatru Folk Assembly and Steve McNallen’s later life, including his work for Soldier of Fortune and his Kennewick Man lawsuit. Sources “Asatru Sect Honors Kennewick Man.” Walla Walla Union-Bulletin, August 28, 1997, p. 1. Edred Thorsson. History of the Rune-Gild. The Reawakening of the Gild, 1980-2018. North Augusta, S. C.: Arcana Europa, 2018. Harden, Doyle. “Sympathy Due Saucer Sighters.” Wichita Falls Times. March 31, 1968. p. 11A. “Little Leaguers Assigned Teams: Ball Day Slated.” Breckenridge American, April 14, 1957. p. 1. “Little League Team Lists, Playing Fields Announced.” Breckenridge American, April 13, 1958. pp. 1, 4. McNallen, Stephen A. “Columbia River Man: Ancient Caucasians in North America?” The Runestone, no. 16/17 (Fall/Winter 1996), pp. 13-14. McNallen, Stephen A. “Clash of the Gods? Wotan Vs. Tezcatlipoca.” The Runestone, no. 22 (Summer 1998), pp. 2-6. McNallen, Stephen A. “Genetics and Beyond: the Ultimate Connection.” The Runestone, no. 26 (Summer 1999), pp. 11-12. McNallen, Stephen A. “Three Decades of the Ásatrú Revival in America.” TYR, no. 2 (2003-2004), pp. 203-219. McNallen, Stephen A. The Philosophy of Metagenetics, Folkism and Beyond. Nevada City, Calif.: Asatru Folk Assembly, 2006. McNallen, Stephen A. Ásatrú: A Native European Spirituality. Nevada City, Calif.: Runestone Press, 2015. Pratt, Andrew. “Family Worships Norse Gods.”  Galveston Daily News, November 16, 1985. p. 9A. Rasmussen, Morten, and 18 others. “The Ancestry and Affiliations of Kennewick Man.” Nature, vol. 523 (2015), pp. 455-458. https://www.nature.com/articles/nature14625.pdf Runestone, The. Issues 1 (Spring 1972)–60 (January 1987). Microfilm. American Religions Collection: Series 1: Nontraditional American Religions: Western Esotericism from Witchcraft to the New Age, 1st Edition. Part 1: Witchcraft, Paganism, and Magick. American Religions Collection, University of California at Santa Barbara. Primary Source Media, Gale/CENGAGE Learning, 2005. Ward, Robert. “Stephen McNallen: A Founding Father of our Folkish Faith.” Vor Tru no. 58 (Summer 1998), pp. 18-25. “What Stephen McNallen Really Thinks About Race.” National Vanguard, March 12, 2017. https://nationalvanguard.org/2017/03/what-stephen-mcnallen-really-thinks-about-race/ Accessed March 21, 2019. Want to support us! Visit our Patreon https://www.patreon.com/heathenhistory Follow us on Twitter @HeathenHistory Or visit us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/heathenhistory/ Theme Music: Happy Viking by Rolar Music ...
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