Rev. James "Seamus" Dillard

Rev. James "Seamus" Dillard has been active in the Columbus Ohio Pagan community since 2000 and has been a member of ADF and Three Cranes Grove since 2003. He follows Native American, Asatru' and Druid paths. He has served Three Cranes as Pursewarden and Senior Druid; ADF Warrior's Guild as Scribe and Guild Chief, and ADF as Vice Archdruid and Priest. He has co-written three books: Fire on our Hearth, Call of the Crane and Pagan Fires: Ritual Fundamentals. He wrote Modern Day Warrior, the companion guide to the ADF Warriors Guild Training Program. He has a new age CD called Empyrean - Into the Light, and a heavy metal CD called Krakker Jakk - A Prize in Every Box. He is currently a priest with CoCP (Church of Contemporary Pagans). He is also co-owner of The Magical Druid - Spiritual Resource Center.

Animal Allies: How to Find Yours and Build a Lifelong Relationship

What are your animal allies? How do find one or more? What do you do to build a relationship with those allies that can help you learn a lesson or become a lifelong companion? We will discuss how to spot the signs when animal spirits are calling to you, and what to do once you have formed that connection. From daily/weekly ritual and trance work to everyday life, come join us in an open discussion about animal allies and totems.

Being a Warrior: A Round-Table Discussion /Workshop

Being a warrior is not about the military, but we do need to learn from our history books. It is not about security, but we should be ready and know how to protect. It is not about being an Eagle Scout, but we should be able to camp and know our way around in our environment. Being a warrior is about you being the best you. It is about never settling but always striving to improve yourself; mind, body and spirit. Change yourself and you change the world. The warrior spirit or energy is available to everyone: young or old, male or female, disabled... it doesn't matter. Tap into that energy of change and improvement. With this workshop Seamus would like to share with you just a few of the lessons that he has learned; he thinks you might find them useful whether you consider yourself a warrior or not...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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