Þæt Ealdríces Blog – A blog by Þórbeorht of the Ealdríce
Þæt Ealdríces Webbstede – An online webstead wherein the folk of the Ealdríce may go about the business of our merry heathen fellowship. Alas, it is only open to members of the Ealdríce, though we may open a more public forum in the future.
The Ealdríce: A Théodish Fellowship – Our Facebook page
The Ealdríce – Our WitchVox Page
Éaspringstede – A frithstow of the Ealdríce set in Kansas City.
Hæðencynn – A blog by Dúren of the Ealdríce
Þórbeorht Línléah – Our Ealdorblótere’s author page on Facebook
Other Fine Heathen Folk
The following fine fellowships have been kind enough to link to us. In keeping with good thew, we are happy to return a link to them in kind.
Eid Eviger – A Théodish fellowship in Pennsylvania.
Frithstead – Merry Anglo-Saxon Heathens in southern New Hampshire, USA.
Hearthstone Theod – A Théodish fellowship in New York
Lárhús Fyrnsida – A worthy resource for contemporary Anglo-Saxon Heathens.
Books, Recordings, and other Wares
Hæðengyld Books – Reading for the enlightened heathen… or perhaps just more circumstances of pagan barbarity that we can scarcely bring ourselves to believe is taking place in the 21st century. Hæðengyld Books is the publishing branch of the Ealdríce Hæðengyld and heir to Marklo Merchants.
Ælfric’s Gothic Writings – Ælfric’s written works on the rekindling of Gothic heathen religion.
Ælfric’s HallDream Recordings – Théodish harp-sway at its finest. The original recordings of Ælfric which were released by THEOD. Music and booklets featuring the Germanic Harp and other traditional medieval instruments. Music in the ancient Anglo-Saxon, Gothic and Frisian languages and poetic forms.
Old English Language Resources
Alaric Hall’s Old English Magic Sheet – Arcane magical secrets. Not actually. Its an Old English grammatical “cheat sheet.”
Bosworth-Toller Dictionary Application – Download.com – A must have for every Anglo-Saxon Heathen.
English Wordbook – An excellent resource for Anglish (English words that are not derived from Latin or Greek).
Germanic Lexicon Project – Because sometimes you need a word in Old Norse or Old Gothic.
Leornende Eald Englisc – A rich online video resource produced by the outstanding Cefin Beorn as an aid for those looking to hone their own Old English pronunciation.
Learn Old English with Leofwin – The audio for each lesson in the book. (Yes, there is a book, you can pick up a copy here.)
The Magic Sheet of Old English – An Old English grammatical “cheat sheet” put together by the faculty of the University of Virginia
Matt Love’s Youtube Chanel – For those who enjoyed Learn Old English with Leofwin. (which is pretty much everyone who took the course.)
Old English Translator – A true gods-send to those with an interest in Old English.