Just wandering the path like everyone else. :)
If you want the extended version:
Former Air Force Korean Language Analyst currently gone English teacher (specifically to speakers of other languages - TESOL), grew up in Oklahoma, lived in Texas, Monterey CA, Osan AB Korea, Hawaii, Maryland, and soon moving to Bangor, Wales for university to get that Linguistics Masters I've been wanting.
"A Witch Alone" - Marian Green, "Our Troth", The Eddas, The Mabinogion, Tolkien
Beliefs / Practices
Spiritual but not Religious, Pagan
Not Wiccan, just Pagan. Have been a Pagan for 9 years now.
Loves: family, friends, puppies and kitties, linguistics, writing, reading, drawing, swimming, hiking, cooking, singing, dancing, walking, travel, music (listening, literally all kinds), performing arts (being an audience member), teaching, drumming, chemistry (hard science, not alchemical), taking pictures. Hates: bell peppers, math, unnecessary suffering. (much shorter list) ;)
Everyone who makes the world a better place. Go you!
Your Welsh seems pretty good - not that I am a fluent speaker. It had all but died out in my family generations ago. I maintain sufficient Modern & Medieval Welsh to function academically in the realm of Keltic metaphysics. Yes we live now in Edinburgh and know the Calton Hill event but, as I am wheelchair-bound and seldom away from home because of ill health, I cannot attend such events. My main outing weekly is to a regular hospital clinic - c'est la vie!
I have looked in at a Welsh pagan organisation in UK but found that they are quite unfriendly to all except those who are domiciled in Wales. And is seems to be run by Gardnerian witches from Cardiff who have not heard of the Red Book Hergest the Black Book Carmarthen. I departed that crew swiftly.
I'd have to look into the Welsh Pagan group on Pagan voice to see what they are up to.
How are the ethnic Deities of Hawaii - are they still vibrant and active?
You must drop into my website when you have time - it's absolute Kelticism and as you will discover, we are not witches! My FAQ page is a good introduction.
Warmest greetings, Jenny, from a 76 year old hereditary Brythonic Kelt in the Community. May membership of Pagan Space be a spiritually profitable event for you with abundant, cordial comradeship to meet your social needs and aspirations.
Very best wishes and
Bendyth Y Mamau,
(Blessing of The Mothers)
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