Greetings! Garan Gwyn here, Ovate of Llwyn Swynedig in California.
A couple of nights ago I had a dream in which I came across an grove of druids preparing for a ceremony. I asked if I may join in, and was welcomed into the procession line. I asked the woman behind me what the name of the grove was, and what order they belonged to. She told me, "We are Doire Grose (phonetic) of OBOD." I was also picking up another name from somewhere: Doire Swan (again phonetic). When I asked her, "Doire Swan?" she said, "No, we are Doire Grose." I was so excited to have found them that I forgot the name of my own seed group. But she smiled at me and said, "We know who you are."
Had the name of the grove been in Welsh, I would probably be having more success in figuring out what it meant. Can anyone tell me what Scots Gaelic words might sound like "grose" and "swan"?
Thank you in advance, and to all this Samhuinn season, bendithion disglair arnoch chi!
Ovate of Llwyn Swynedig Circle of the Four Dragons