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Joyous

Friend of the Grove

Location:

Las Vegas, NV
Hometown: Las Vegas

Member since:

January 1, 2012

What is your spiritual background? (druid, wiccan, ecclectic, atheist, [ex-]Christian, etc)

I was raised Catholic, but have always understood the importance of personal spirituality. As a teenager, I was part of a high school Wiccan coven that could never seem to pull itself together. So, I branched on my own. Currently, I do not affiliate with any religion, but I'm in constant search of spiritual enlightenment.

What do you know about ancient druids?

Only that they built stonehenge, believed in live sacrifice, had a large pantheon, and that there is a lot more unknown, than known about their culture and religion.

What do you know about modern druids?

They've changed to duo-theism, no longer sacrifice animals, have a three element system, and believe in Dragon Energy.

How do you feel you relate to modern druid spirituality?

I love the Earth based religions and have always felt connected to nature.

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Introduction

Hi, I'm a native Californian who's been in Vegas for about 2 years. I live with my husband, two dogs, and a cat and. I am currently unemployed and looking forward to starting classes in animal sciences.


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