Merlin_Sylver wrote:Technically not a new member... but I've been gone so long that I reckon I need to introduce myself again.
I am 35 and I live in the Northwestern Arkansas region... where it is not easy to be a pagan, beleive that! This introduction wont be as verbose as my first introduction (your welcome), but I will take the time to say that I truly love discussing my wild topics on this forum. Thanks, all... and see you around.
Peacelilly wrote:Hello all
well I originally signed up here last year and then left awhile (busy getting my online crystal store up and going and heading out to festivals) I have now caught my breath, finished through the introductory package and am looking forward to delving into the Bardic course, as well as planting a grove at the bottom of the property, we are entering an exciting season!
Well...I am English, 40 (from Cumbria) but now living in the blue grass state of Kentucky in the US with my wonderful husband and children - I believe trying to read through all these wonderful posts on the forum is in itself a journey..should be finished by the time i'm 80'ish
Broom wrote:Hello My name is Phill but my user name is Broom, I live in Hastings East Sussex and I am a very young 49 years old.
I am new to Druidry but what I have looked at already I knew already apart from the mythical stuff, having lived under the stars it taught me a lot about nature and making of fire properly, I think a lot of it is basic common sense, I remember 2 hippies attempting to light a fire with 2 logs and a bit of straw, They were not amused when I laughed, but were happy when I showed them how to get a fire going
I sometimes turn up at the Long Man of Wilmington for the open public rituals of which are great and I always feel re-energised after a good ritual.
I hope I will enjoy my journey and learn loads.
Peace & blessings.
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