In some ways Urglaawe almost feels more familiar to me than a lot of other heathenry.
It is “theirs”.
So clearly Pennsylvanian German with a folkreligious/ethnic, contemporary feel to it that feels more like Swedish Forn Sed than most “Asatru” do.
It has this feeling (on surface at least) of context that i feel in (Swedish) Forn Sed.
Not something dug up from the Viking Age but part of living culture and regional folklore, reconstruction only being part of it.
(Note: Urglaawe and Forn Sed are distinct religions)