Gárman Lord founded Anglo-Saxon Théodish Belief in 1976 and is the author of Way of the Heathen and numerous other Théodish publications. In 1989 he was named Ætheling of the Wínland Ríce and in 1995 he was crowned its Hálig Cyning (Sacral King). In recent years, Gárman Lord has begun writing fictional works—many of which are often sown through with bits of Théodish lore. For updates on his current writings, be sure to visit Gárman Lord’s Author Page on Amazon.
Þórbeorht Ealdorblótere is a Théodish blótere (priest) and the founder of the Ealdríce Háliggyld, an Anglo-Saxon Heathen fellowship based upon the early Anglo-Saxon religious gilds that arose shortly before conversion. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy with a concentration in Religious Studies as well as a Master of Liberal Arts in English Religious History. Þórbeorht’s works have appeared in HEX Magazine, Vor Tru Magazine, and The Journal of Contemporary Heathen Thought. Þórbeorht previously wrote under the name of Êrmund Aldarman. He is also the editor of Háliggyld Books.
Ælfric Hláford is the founder of Hræfnscír Théod and of the Woodharrow Bund. He is one of the first pioneers of reconstructed Germanic harp music and poetry using ancient Germanic languages, of which he has released 7 albums. He was the first composer to release studio quality recordings in this style. Ælfric is best known for his songs in the Anglo-Saxon and Gothic languages, but he has also recorded and released music in almost every ancient Germanic language. Ælfric holds a Bachelor of Arts in History and has written and published around a dozen books on various aspects of Germanic religion, culture and mysticism. Ælfric is an ordained weofodþegn of the Théodish Wínland Rice, where he has formerly served as King’s Steward, Thyle, Gild Dryhten of the Scop’s Gild, Mægencræft Gild and Smiths’ Gild, and currently serves as the High Wita.