Azehtyl'n Paganism

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Azehtyl'n Paganism
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Azehtyl'n Valknut
Important People
ITAA Chief and Gothi Vacant
Important Places
Great Hearg Old Man's Harrow
General data
Scriptures The Poetic and Prose Eddas
Languages English (liturgical)

Azehtyl'n Paganism (Fasimaakhu: Tǣina'āsætilu) is an apatheistic contemporary revival of mainly historical Germanic Paganism and Sami Shamanism, with minor influences from other Eurasian Pagan faiths such as Tengrism. It is apatheistic due to the fact that it officially recognizes the Gods as representatives of Jungian Archetypes, however it leaves it up to the individual believer to decide if the Gods' existence goes beyond that. It originates in The City-State of Azehtyl in August of 2014, founded by Azehtyl's Guide at the time, which was Samuel Azehtyla. A Declaration of Belief for the Religion is expected to be written soon, however at the moment the only official scripture are the Poetic and Prose Eddas due to the relatively minor influences from other faiths.

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Role of the ITAA