I first became interested in nature-centered forms of spirituality in 1976 at the age of sixteen. In 1978 I discovered Druidry and began exploring that path. In the mid-90s I studied various forms of Norse spirituality, including Asatru, Venatru, and Heathenism.
The more I learned about indigenous nature-centered spiritual paths from around the world, the more I came to realize that they all had many more things in common than they did differences.
Where I am now in my spiritual path is digging back through the mists of time to find the most ancient origins of nature-based spirituality; into the realms of shamanism. What did the first indigenous shamans have in common? Can we re-capture that commonality? Can we be shamans in today’s world? It is my belief that we can, as I’ve been doing it since the 1980s.
In that time, I’ve explored my path through writing books, music, and videos so that I may share what I have learned.
If you would like to join me on my journey, I welcome you with open arms.
I am also the Chief of the Black Mountain Druid Order.