If I may ask, just looking into Old Norse stuff, why is the Reformed Norse Church called the Fylkirate and the head of the Church called the Fylkir?
Apparently the word Fylkir means King, or is one of the many words that means King (like Konungr) - and I'm wondering why this is the off-branch. Th Slavic, Tengri, Sumo, Romuvan, and West African paganisms all have a " X_Church", X being that paganism. But the Norse are different, and I'm trying to find out why the word Fylkir, and why it appears on the user's name prior to anything else. Like Emperor, or King.