Brython Contributors

Lee Davies is a Brythonic polytheist, witch and scientist. His devotions lie with restoring Brythonic gods and with forgotten ecstatic practises and their place in devotional activity. His life also features; tea, cake, pickling and desperately trying to grow more fruit and veg than the snails can possibly eat. He sporadically writes at Cylch Riannon.

 

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Lorna Smithers is an awenydd, Brythonic polytheist and devotee of Gwyn ap Nudd recovering lost stories of the land and myths of forgotten gods and leaving Signposts in the Mist. She is the author of Enchanting the Shadowlands, editor of A Beautiful Resistance: The Fire is Here and a contributor to Awen ac Awenydd, Dun Brython, and Gods & Radicals.

 

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Greg Hill (Crychydd) is a Brythonic Polytheist, a remembrancer of the land’s embedded memories and a celebrant of its living spirit. He has an historical attachment to druidry which still persists in his identification with the path of the Awenydd. His researches into Brythonic lore occasionally bear fruit on his blog, awenydd.cymru , and its predecessor Gorsedd Arberth. He is a devotee of Rigantona whom he knows more intimately as Rhiannon and has a web site of information about her.

 

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Neil Pitchford was first introduced to the world of photography over 40 years ago whilst at secondary school. He recently returned to that world with the purchase of a Nikon DSLR and has found photography to greatly enhance his spiritual practices. A practicing Pagan for over 25 years, he is currently Trustee and Treasurer for The Druid Network and was the first Druid to recently attend the AGM of the UK Interfaith Network. His photographs can be found at Awen Photos.

 

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Pauline Pitchford (Potia) describes herself as a (mostly) Brythonic polytheist hearth druid. Mostly Brythonic because deities of other cultures are now also part of her devotional life. She is a neurodivergent mother with two wonderful kids. The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids was part of her early journey as a Druid and although her path has taken her in other directions she still holds a place in her heart for OBOD. Pauline is also a member of the Druid Network and the Pagan Federation. She currently writes on her blog Musings of a Scottish Hearth Druid

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