Northern States East
Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, & Maryland
Hail the charter members of TAC! My name is Lane Weed, and I am your Regional Lead. I am also an ordained Gothar through TAC, and as such am able to officiate any official ceremony where you may have need of me. I currently reside in Meadville, Pennsylvania, where I work as a full time author. My goals are to bring awareness to heathens and other pagans in the community, and to hold up Shieldwall to the best of my abilities. Our gods are bigger than our differences!
Brown Mills, NJ
Hello TAC. My name is Andy. I came to Asatru about four years ago. I wasn’t raised with religion but always felt a presence climbing in the Adirondacks and Catskills. I have enjoyed learning and growing in the old ways with my family. I am a Blackhawk Crewchief in the Army, enjoy wood and leatherwork, and spending time with family and our animals. I look forward to a future with TAC.
Skål! My name is Kyle, and I've been a charter member since 2017. I live in Brooklyn with my partner, and our dogs and lizards. I study Queer Psychosocial Research at Brooklyn College. My terminal goal is a Ph.D. in Critical Social/Personality Psychology and to teach college and graduate students.
I was raised in Protestant Christianity, which ended up being harmful to me. I'm a queer trans guy; Christian beliefs aren't the kindest to me. I've always been fascinated by religion and comparative analyses, and I was grateful to happen upon TAC after decades of spiritual exploration. Declaration 127 and the Shieldwall spoke deeply to me, as well as the Norse pantheon and practices. I have my sights set on the Clergy Training Program so that I can best serve our community. I've spent most of my life enjoying being outdoors as much as possible - though that gets difficult in the city. I enjoy working with wood and leather and am always trying to find something to create.
I'm looking forward to connecting with Asatruar from all walks of life. Hail the Gods and hail TAC!
Hello everyone! My name is Ella and I'm a curious soul who enjoys acquiring and sharing knowledge. I am a professional full time artist and business owner, drawing inspiration from fantasy and lore. I am also a full time student finishing up my BA in Clinical Psychology and will be moving onto my masters shortly after...
On a more personal note, I was born and raised Jewish yet found my way to paganism at a very young age. I've always loved to learn about other's cultures and faiths, shutting myself up in the library on the floor of the mythology section surrounded by myths and legends. For hours I would read about G-ds and heroes always questioning and challenging what lay before me. Transitioning to paganism was all very natural and sooner rather than later I found the Old ones. Or, perhaps they found me. Now I am on this beautiful journey with all of you, soaking in all I can and giving all I have back. This past year I have been studying under the wondrous Ivy Mulligan, learning about teutonic shamanism, the runes and everything else in between. I hope to be completing her Seidr course very soon!
In addition to being a Heathen I am also a Volva who runs an eclectic coven of witches known as Bacchans of Witchfest in the New York City area. Thus creating an open door policy for the magically inclined and allowing fellow curious beings to participate in a variety of Pagan activities. I'm always open to having discussions with all sorts of people for I believe there are many paths in the forest.
I look forward to serving TAC to the best of ability and meeting all of you in the near future!
I am a 34 year old father of six. I am doing my best to raise my children to honor the gods and ancestors. I served in the marines as tenth generation service men in my family.
Call me Johnny. I am a musician, artist, designer, and contractor. Most of my time goes to my company, Ace Tile & Finishing, where my wife and I work together. I love wood carving, music, and fishing. My great-grandfather Wilfred was married at 13, in a small village in Iceland, and him and my great-grandma moved to Quebec, Canada, so he could work as a lumberjack. My family taught me the Norse pantheon, and how our ancestors worshipped them. I became obsessed. My mother got me my first set of runes when I was 11, and I still have them 28 years later! For some reason, it spoke to me. It felt more real than any other religion, and it somehow just made sense. So I began to pray to the gods, and I always felt a special connection to Bragi. Most of my life, I thought I was alone in my beliefs, and as such never shared with anyone except the closest of my friends. I formed my own private version of Asatru, and my faith only got deeper with time. About 6 years ago I discovered it had a name, Asatru, and there are many others who believe as I do! Even though I have been reading the sagas and eddas, and even writing in runic (english phonetically of course) for decades, in a way I'm new to this. I've never participated in a blot with others, except my wife. I am eager to practice with fellow Heathens, and learn as much as I can. I plan on joining the clergy program eventually. I dont want people who feel the call of the Gods to be alone, to hide it as I did. As ambassador I am expecting to grow and learn as much as I hope to help others do the same. The values and mission statement (especially declaration 127) of T.A.C. fall in line perfectly with what I believe, and I am immensely proud and humbled to be a part of it.