It has only taken me a decade but I have finally decided to have a web presence. I hope you enjoy my blog and I invite you to comment on my posts. I only ask that you be polite and engage with a sense of honour and ethics. I will do the same.
So a little about me…
My real name is Kevin and I am a druid priest and a native of Maine. I’m 46 years old and have been on the pagan path for more than twenty years. My pagan studies began in earnest in 1990, completing a year-long apprenticeship in shamanism studying cross-cultural shamanic traditions including Peruvian, Japanese, Hawaiian and Native American teachings. In the mid-nineties I began exploring the European pagan spiritual traditions which has led me to my life path, Druidry. I am a student and colleague of Emma Restall Orr, having been working with her since 1999 and completing her year-long Living Druidry course in the Cotswolds in 2006. I refer to my craft as Animistic Druidry or Mud and Blood Druidry. I am actively involved with pagan prison ministry. Besides teaching workshops and mentoring students, I’ve worked publicly leading ritual, giving lectures and radio interviews to share my vision of Druidry.
Some of my other interests include music, playing guitar, photography, poetry, writing, natural building and timber framing, sustainable living and Permaculture. I am an avid all-grain homebrewer and mead maker. My passions are exploring consciousness, adventuring in Nature, working with the gods, ritual and crafting the sacred relationships that bring Awen. I am happily married to my succulent wild-woman wife of 16 years. Together we live on the banks of the Saco River.
Blessing of peace, beauty and inspiration,