Hi, and welcome to Endless Erring!
I’m a First Year Druid apprentice with Druid College UK, and I’ve also studied with the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids and Ar n’Draiocht Fein. This blog is my space to share my thoughts as I stumble along a Druid path.
Druidry, for me, is not about wearing fancy robes, or attempting to re-create the beliefs and world of bronze-age tribes. It is not a role-playing game or an archaic superstition. Druidry is about finding a deep connection to the land beneath us, the waters around us and the sky above us, in order to be more fully engaged in this life, here and now.
I have an MA in religious studies specialising in the psychology of religious belief, and am also active in the growing Death Positive movement.
I’m a Librarian-at-heart, a Whovian, a fan of H.P. Lovecraft, a metalhead, a gamer, and an all round superhero/fantasy/sci-fi/horror nerd.
I can generally be found walking in my local woods, or curling up with a good book and a cup of tea.
Image shows me at a reconstructed “Druid” stone circle at Blarney Castle, Ireland.
All images used on this blog are either by me, or courtesy of Pixabay (CC-0) unless otherwise credited.