Part the Mist Podcast
About This Show
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.
Most Recent Episode
Dedicant Path with Spider and Rev. Micheal Dangler
Hey! It’s Arin and Jonathan again, with another episode of Part the Mist, from rainy Portland Oregon! This time we’re bringing you an episode on the ADF Dedicant Path. Jonathan was unable to record with us this time, so Arin’s gotten together with the Grove’s own Spider Faerie Queen, Amber, and ADF’s Michael J. Dangler. Amber leads the Grove’s Dedicant Study group, which revolves around a study guide written by Michael Dangler. We talk about the requirements, the proctors, and the difference between a “path” and a “program”. We each give our own insights into what it’s been like walking the Dedicant Path, and our hopes for the future of ADF studies! Later in the show is Kirk Thomas’ first installment of “From the Archive” reading articles from previous editions of Oak Leaves. If you’re interested in reaching out to Spider, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com, and we’ll forward your message to her! You can find Michael at chronarchy.com. Check out his website, www.magicaldruid.com. And find information about the Three Cranes Grove, ADF, at www.threecranes.org. Our music for this episode was: Blodeuwedd by Damh The Bard Let us know what you thought of this episode on Facebook at the Part the Mist podcast discussion page, or follow our fan page. Find us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Podbean, and our website ptmpod.libsyn.com. Finally, feel free to reach out to us directly firstname.lastname@example.org. Until next time!