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Part the Mist Podcast

This is Part the Mist, a podcast hosted by a couple of Druids. Arin and Jonathan are members of Columbia Grove, ADF in Portland, Oregon. They talk about a variety of topics that relate to Druidism and Druidry, including ancestor veneration, nature veneration, reciprocity, ethical behavior at public rituals, and various Hearth Cultures, among a variety of other topics, and they interview other Druids about their experiences and specialties. The show wraps up with a calendar of pagan events in the Pacific Northwest, and a musical piece. Intro music is “Gatekeeper Open the Portals” sung by Kirk Thomas. The hosts are members of Columbia Grove ADF, in Portland, Or.
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Introduction music by Kirk Thomas. Photographs used for podcast cover art and header provided by members of Columbia, ADF.

Nov 17, 2016

Bonus Episode 6- Welcoming the Mighty Dead

Once again, Arin, Jonathan, and Ember, have come together to talk about leading the Welcoming the Mighty Dead ritual, what it entails, and how this unique ritual came to be. We all talk about our experiences in the ritual, and Arin reads a couple accounts from other Grove members who took both an “ancestor” role, and a “demon” role (if you’re confused, I guess that just means you’ll have to listen!) 

Kudo’s go out to everyone involved in this ritual, and to Drea and Mama Gaea/Christina for their written perspectives of the ritual.

If you’re interested in checking out the ritual script, catch it at:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1isRo9Y13qqOvgnO1yhXwokK6VuI1qdXYbyXkCIBZkJ4/edit?usp=sharing

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And listen in again on December 1st, when we talk about the Norse Hearth culture with a special guest! Until then, listeners!
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