Anima_Silvae wrote:Hello everyone.
My name is Ashlee, I'm 18. I'm currently living in Florida, but I am planning to move to a colder climate in the next couple of years. I live with my fiancé' and our three babies (2 cats and a dog), Casper, Jack, and Karma.
I have been interested in druidry for a few years now, but its hard finding legitimate information to learn from. I hoping that joining this message board might help.
Phoenix21 wrote:Hi I live in Leyland, Lancashire and have been feeling drawn towards Druidism for some time now. I'm 30 years old and have had a lot of different spiritual experiences throughout this life. I'm interested to know what the Druid belief is regarding what happens when and after we die. I was a Buddhist nun for several years but didn't feel quite fulfilled.
When I was quite young my mum introduced me to the Tarot and developing psychic abilities. Whenever I can I will go out to anywhere green and emerse myself in the elements. There is so much power out there for us all to tap into. I'm looking forward to receiving the intro to Druidism which I ordered yesterday and getting the full course and membership when my finances improve.
Warmest greetings to everyone
apolline wrote::hiya: Hi there,
I'm Apolline, aka Sharyn, and I'm a 31-year-old Australian. I've only recently joined OBOD, and though I've been pagan 'officially' since 1997 (my 'coming out' year, as it were), I've felt it within myself much further back than that. Most of us do, I've learnt. I chose to join OBOD because I've long had an interest in many areas of study that OBOD's training appears to cover - and while I've been obsessively gathering up my own knowledge over the years, it's wonderful to join a community where others are learning the same things I'm so passionate about. I can't wait to learn more!
Looking forward to getting to know this community,
SilasRaus wrote:Hello all,
I guess this is the introduction spot. Am 26 years old, living in the U.S.of eternally damned A. Trying to find peace with myself. Have been a druid for a long time now but never partook in any organisations. I don't engage in any ritual practices or follow calendars, I think all that superfluous and somewhat impeding one's own spirituality.
However! I genuinely appreciate everyone's methods of finding a spiritual way and am eager to hear about it.
I've lived all over Europe and look forward to moving back. Am unmarried and look forward to having kids someday.
I love meeting people; feel free to message me!
warlockc1411 wrote:i'm not new; but i haven't been here for awhile, been busy. just thought i'd let you know i'm on facebook, myspace and twitter.
to become a friend on facebook search bill kuban to find my profile.
my myspace profile is at: http://www.myspace.com/warlockc1411
to follow me on twitter search; warlockc1411
kalar wrote:Greetings and blessings to everyone,
My name is kalartaliesin. Kalar for short. I have been a pagan for many years and have researched it's many forms. For the past five or six years when someone has asked me what religion or philosophy I follow I say "Druid." I know much but have much to learn. This is why, after being a solitary for years, I decided to join with my brothers and sisters in OBOD. I have gone through the first four gwersi several times and guess it's about time to make contact.
My given name is John Winslow. I am 67 years old. I am a licensed clinical psychologists in California. I live in the far northern part in a place called Lake County. We are surround by mountains and trees (Oak and Pine) and have the cleanest air in California. My personal psychology is archtypal. I work with children who have severe behavior problems, teaching the parent(s) to use positive reinforcement.
I am a life member of Clan MacPherson, a Highlands clan, and I attend Scottish games in the Bay Area of San Francisco, and go to Scotland frequently. I am also English, Irish and Norwegian by my four grandparents. I like riding my Harley Davidson motorcycles, sailing and flying. I also like getting away to go scuba diving when I can.
I have a circular grove of Oak trees on a hill about a half mile up from my house where I stand quietly every morning on my marning walk.
My own quote: "If you live your life always afraid of dieinng you're not really living you're life."
If you got this far w/o getting bored thank you. I will add more later and hope to converse with fellow Bards.
My thanks and my blessings.... Kalar
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