White Mountain Druid Sanctuary update


Summer has passed and fall is upon us.  The change in season means that work on the Shrines at White Montain Druid Sanctuary is on hold until the Spring thaw. Until then, I am turning my attention to our Patreon site (patreon.com/wmds).  It has been updated with the Goddess Brigid Shrine info!  The plan is to have her shrine be round with a small fireplace to honor her as a hearth goddess.  There are drawings of the plans on the Patreon site.  We still have the finishing touches to do on Samona’s Shrine and those will happen next Spring, along with the groundbreaking for Brigid.  I have also been updating our blog site so you can see more details about the Shrines here at Pagan Paths. Check out our new Goddess Brigid Shrine logo. 

Logo for the Brigid shrine to be built at the White Mountain Druid Sanctuary.

Samhain here was overcast with a threat of rain so we held our ritual in the indoor Sanctuary.  The mood of the rite was heavy with grief for the people we have lost in the last year, but also mirthful as befits the Dagda who we honored along with the Morrigan.  Here’s hoping your Samhain was filled with blessings from the Ancestors!


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Cernunnos Shrine Campaign

We are Cascadia Grove of Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF) and we're building a Shrine to Cernunnos, God of Liminality, Commerce, and the Forest, at White Mountain Druid Sanctuary in Trout Lake, Washington state.

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White Mountain Druid Sanctuary is one of the few places in the country that has imagined and created an environment similar to what we believe our ancient ancestors worshiped in, and then placed it in a modern setting. Grounded in what we know from artifacts and written history, ADF has created rituals that honor the Indo-European pantheons of old. At White Mountain Druid Sanctuary, we are creating a place in which we can honor the Gods and Goddesses of old, the Nature Spirits, and our Ancestors.