• Name Meaning: From the Gothic words nahts (“night”) + dulþs (“feast, celebration”).
  • Date: The new moon of Hailagamenoþs.
  • Deities Honored: Fairguneis.
  • Purpose: To petition Fairguneis with offerings to maintain cosmic order.
  • Offerings: The first serving of the Nahtadulþs feast.
  • Associated myth: With the gods scattered or absent, Fairguneis remains on His throne, the steadfast upholder and protector of the home and cosmos at large.

Suggested Activities

Worshipers can bring a tree (fake or real) inside their homes and decorate it with baubles, trinkets, and lights.


Listed below are some example prayers. You can choose the one you like or write your own.

Simple Prayer

I welcome You, Fairguneis, Great Thunderer, First of Kings.
Yours is the oak and the mountain, guardians of all the worlds.
You hold up Law in one hand and Order in the other.
O Stalwart Protector, may You guide me home when I am lost.
In thanks, I give You this offering in love and adoration.

Poetic Prayer

I welcome You, Fairguneis!
Great Thunderer, the First of Kings!
Yours is the mighty oak
and the ancient mountain,
guardians of all the worlds.

I welcome You, Fairguneis!
Wise husband of queenly Þaibons
and strongest of warriors,
we know You by the lightning,
those sky-searing strikes
dancing on storm clouds.
We look to You in the snowfall
and the spirit-smoke,
glorious god who holds up
Law in one hand and Order in the other.
Receive these gifts, O Fairguneis,
stalwart protector of man,
that I freely give to You.
May You guide us home
when we are lost.

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