Monthly Archives: February 2015

Home Shrine

Setting up a home shrine is an essential part of the Dedicant Path. It provides a central focus or hearth for your Druid practices and acts as a reminder of the path. My home shrine is a simple set-up on … Continue reading

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First Book Started: Indo-European Studies

One of the things I especially like about ADF and their approach to Paganism is the emphasis on learning and sound, up-to-date scholarship. Our Own Druidry states: The Pagan revival has been troubled from the beginning by shoddy scholarship and … Continue reading

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Nature Awareness

Nature is the greatest focus of my Druidry. The reason I felt drawn to Druidry at all is that it seems to be one of the most explicitly nature-based Pagan paths out there. So I was very happy to learn … Continue reading

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First High Day Recap: Imbolc

For Imbolc, I did a ritual at my home shrine. I set up an ADF “triple Hallows” of fire, well and tree (a rather sad-looking ficus that needs re-potting…I hope to replace with a hardy Chinese elm soon), and added … Continue reading

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First High Day: Imbolc

With the first stirrings of Spring in the Northern hemisphere, we celebrate the festival of Imbolc, one of the eight High Days celebrated by ADF. Usually held around 1-2 February, it occurs midway between the Winter Solstice and the Spring … Continue reading

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