RowanWolf

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About RowanWolf

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    Male
  • Location
    Kent, UK

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    Rowan Earth.
    Owner of Woodland Wands and Magick esoteric stall.
    Drawing, reading, herbology, wood craft (I make wooden wands and staffs using naturally fallen wood), anything nature, computer graphics (My Rowan Earth digitised emblem design is the profile photo). currently learning about artificial intelligence.
  • Doctrine /Affiliation
    Rowan Earth - Founder Elder

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    Electrical Engineer - Rowan Earth path founder

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  1. Blessings and thank you for the responses everyone, I had my own views and these obviously shared with some initially by the sounds of it Oh, Jonathan, in answer to your question, I wasn't saying an actual 'spiritual' path would be excluded, it would only be those with no spiritual leanings at all (or getting ordained for mockery purposes, if you will} However it was answered, so onward down the corridor. Rowan
  2. Cheap Trick? Now there's a name from the past. Still touring I hear. Wonder if the chap still played that 5 neck guitar? :-)
  3. The meaning of Warlock is often referred to as 'Oath Breaker' hence the sharp intake of breath you occasionaly get from others. I personally like the word and does give credibility to the confusion over witch -male witch, much akin to the nurse - male nurse confusion. Whilst I just class myself as witch, I have been referred to as witch, warlock, wizard, Rowan, hey you!, heathen, wierdo and freak in the past. So people will always call you different things. You call yourself whatever you feel comfortable with, its only really the hard line purists whom take offense these days. Blessed be. Row
  4. Would it be beneficial for the credibility of our ordainships and the ULC itself, to have a slightly stricter acceptance procedure? My reasoning; Being a new member to this forum, I have noticed a couple of comments of people being ordained 'for a laugh' and no spiritual basis whatsoever. There has also been a comment about 'cerial box' ordainings - in other words, handing them out like sweets to anyone at all. Whilst it is great that any non tradional religion is accepted, maybe it SHOULD just be for those that have a spiritual intent, for example, send a brief synopsis of their chosen path
  5. Welcome to our forum. We hope you find direction, meaning and purpose while going through the many topics and posts. We are glad you joined us! Blessings of Peace,

  6. My journey to be ordained was the continuation of the my chosen path since founding Rowan Earth in 2003. I began as a Gardnerian wiccan at in 1987 at 19, with the magickal name Rowan Wolf and continued through the years, finally reaching 3rd degree. during the latter years i was losing faith and connection with the whole deity based side. It was at a familiar ritual at a large festival, where aphroditie was being summoned as a blessing along with three women on the platform, representing maiden, mother and crone. I went absolutely dead and at that point decided to break away from the Wicca