Be it known that, at Hréþemónaþ MMXXI, the heathen fellowship known as Ondheim beseeched the Wínland Ríce for griþ (truce) in the hope that it and the Wínland Ríce might be on terms with each other “as Théodsmen.”
Théodish Belief is not merely a method, a style, a structure, or an approach to Heathenry. Théodish Belief is the trow of a folkdom, that being the folkdom of Théodsmen. Théodsmen are those bound together in the Wínland Ríce by its Web of Oaths, by its Web of Thew, by its Orlay, and by their love for and leave to the Holy Kingship of the Théodish Ríce. Théodsmen are also those Théods outside the Ríce, that were fostered from it, and that are still acknowledged as Théodish by it.
At the Wínland Ríce’s Hláftíd Mót MMXX, Gárman Hláford Cyning deemed that “any and all claims to be Théodish made by outlaws or…
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