Atwood’s book The Ancient Religion of the Sun outlines her research on the history of the Religion of the Sun, tracing its origin back into prehistory and influence across ancient cultures over the world, citing evidence from archaeology, scripture, oral histories, as well as linguistic and genetic research.
In 2017, Atwood and her husband established the website SakroSawel.com and YouTube channel of the same name to share their research and instigate the modern revival of the Religion of the Sun. Sakro Sawel means “sacred sun” in the Proto-Indo-European language. On this site, she presents videos on topics such as the history and founders of the ancient religion, the evidence for a lost civilization of the Sun, why ancient cultures venerated the sun and created megaliths and pyramids that align to the sun and stars, and other related topics.
Atwood describes their method of study as different from purely academic researchers as they not only research but practice the Religion of the Sun. She says there is a limit to what can be learned through reading alone, and it is by living the principles of this religion that someone can really understand it.
She works on a not-for-profit basis like her husband and does not receive any payments or royalties from her work out of the principle that spirituality is not a commercial endeavor.