HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED IN ADF?
After wandering the path of shamanism in 2001-2002 I discovered Druidry at a local esoteric book store. From this soon after founding the Order of Nova Scotia Druids with some fellow druids. We quickly joined ADF and I have been here for roughly 2003. We had to change our name due to some restructuring to Grove of Nova Scotia Druids and I have been a serial Senior Druid in our grove since.
WHAT DO YOU DO IN ADF?
As of this writing in 2021 I am currently the scribe of the Grove of Nova Scotia Druids. I am also currently the Deputy to the chief of the Regional Druid Council as well as the secretary to the Senior Druid Council.
I have recently finished my Dedicant Path training and have begun the baseline training to attain clergy within ADF.
My wife and I have also completed the Hearth Keepers way to make our home a recognized hearth in Nova Scotia.
TELL US A BIT ABOUT YOUR PERSONAL RELIGION.
I personally am a follower of the Morrigan, Lugh as well as Grannus.
I personally am an animist and believe the world we live in is greatly deeper than any of us will understand within my lifetime. I believe science as spirituality can work hand in hand and one does not dismiss the other.
WHAT IS YOUR PERSONAL VISION FOR ADF?
I hope to see ADF grow as an organization in a healthy and sustainable manner while improving and providing a wider variety of educational material.
Who are you outside of ADF?
I am a father, a big brother, a son and a soon-to-be uncle. I am a family-focused member of my community. I am also a business owner and woodworker. I love working with my hands with metal or wood and I am proud of my creations.
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