Welcome to Mīne Wyrtruman!

This website is dedicated to Fyrnsidu, a modern religion based upon the religion of the pre-Christian Germanic tribes that settled in Britain in the fifth century of the common era. These people, commonly known as the Anglo-Saxons, brought with them a religion that is both similar to, yet distinct from, the religion of the pre-Christian Nordic peoples. Fyrnsidu is a religion based upon the worship of the Anglo-Saxon gods, one’s ancestors, and the wights (spirits) of the land around us and in our homes. If you’re curious about Fyrnsidu, the best resource to learn more about it is Fyrnsidu.faith. Feel free to check out this websites as well, once your familiar with the basics.

Recent Blog Posts

Check Out The Podcast

Posted by Byron Pendason on March 4, 2023 in Heathenry, Anglo-saxon calendar, Heathen basics, Heathen worldview

Wes hāl!1 It occurred to me today they I never created a blog post about my podcast. It’s been going for a little over a month, so I’m overdue for an official announcement, I suppose. Wes hāl and Beo gesund are Old English greetings and farewells that literally mean Be…


What I Believe

Posted by Byron Pendason on February 15, 2023 in Heathenry, Afterlife, Anglo-saxon calendar, Cosmology, Heathen basics, Heathen worldview, Heathen worship, Philosophical musings, Reconstruction, Runes, Stoicism, Updates

Wes hāl!1 I’m going to do something a little different today. I’m going to provide the fundamentals of what I believe as far as religion goes. I doubt anyone is going to agree with everything, and some people might not agree with any of it. That’s okay, I don’t base…


The Cardinal Virtues

Posted by Byron Pendason on January 22, 2023 in Heathenry, Philosophical musings, Reconstruction, Stoicism

Wes hāl!1 One of the things that Heathenry lacks is a definitive cohesive theory on ethics. The reason for this is due to its tendency to be based upon reconstructionist methodology, and the fact is that no records from the pre-Christian Heathens survive. The closest we have is parts of…


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