Else Christensen

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Else Christensen (1913 - May 4, 2005) founded the Odinist Fellowship in Crystal River, Florida in 1971. She and her husband Alex were influenced by Alexander Rud Mills’ book The Odinist Religion: Overcoming Jewish Christianity and Francis Parker Yockey’s Imperium.

Early life

Else Ochsner was born in 1913 in Esbjerg, Denmark. Both of her parents were school teachers. She met her husband Alex Christensen around 1937. They moved to Toronto, Canada in February 1951. In the 1960s she contacted Rud Mill’s Odinist group in Australia.

In the early 1980s she was able to organize an Odinist prison outreach in the state of Florida. Odinism was recognized as a legitimate religion by the state enabling her to send Odinist literature to White prisoners.[1]


  1. Gods of the Blood: The Pagan Revival and White Separatism, By Mattias Gardell, page 175

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