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Welsh Pagans

For Pagans living in Wales or those interested in the Welsh side of paganism, be it Druidry, Witchcraft or other. Discussions include topics on the Mabinogi, local deities, traditions and even the language. Welsh speakers welcome!

Location: Wales
Members: 141
Latest Activity: Mar 17

Croeso i Bawb

Hello everyone! A warm welcome to THE place on PaganSpace for Welsh Pagans. I hope we can have some good discussions and those in Wales can even have meet-ups from time to time. Looking forward to getting to know you all, and please, if you are a Welsh speaker, by all means, please post!--just post a rough translation in fairness to those who do not speak Welsh. Diolch yn fawr i chi, Thank you very much.

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Comment by Magister on December 11, 2009 at 5:15am
Gretings and blessings returned Irish Warrior, hope that you find something that you are seeking along your pathway within the groups domain.
All Celts together.
Comment by Luna ShadowFox on December 10, 2009 at 10:14pm
Greetings. I am not full Welsh but my family is Irish that has been traced back to Wales. I am also a devoted follower of the Lady Crone Cerridwen. I hope that maybe I can learn more about my Lady here as it is hard to find unbiased information on her. I have found that many still cast Her in the role of Dark aka Evil. This saddens me and I would like to find other followers of Her. Cerridwen Bless)O(
Comment by Briaor Dianus on December 5, 2009 at 4:59pm
Thank you Seren Hud! I will look at it. Blessings to you!
Comment by §eren~Hud on December 5, 2009 at 2:21pm
Briaor - the link to the welsh dictionary that you may find useful
Comment by §eren~Hud on December 5, 2009 at 2:20pm
Noswaith dda Briaor ap Llewellyn - gobeithio eich bod yn cael noswaith dda - Seren Hud yw fy enw I ac 'rwyn byw yng Ngogledd Cymru ar yr arfordir. Cymraeg i'w fy iaith gyntaf - ac os oes angen cymorth arnoch gyda cyfieuthu yna fe fyddad ond yn rhu falch o'ch helpu chi.

Good evening Briaor Son of Llewellyn - I hope that you are having a nice evening - My name is Seren Hud (Magic Star) I live in North North Wales on the Coast. My first language is Welsh - and if you need any help with any translation you cant find please dont hesitate to ask. Here is another link to a geiriadur cymraeg - welsh Dictionary .
Comment by Briaor Dianus on November 20, 2009 at 4:47pm
Comment by Briaor Dianus on November 20, 2009 at 4:39pm
Is there some sort of online dictionary of Welsh? Would also love to see terms used in the craft in Welsh and their translations. Welcome Rhodri, by the way, and Merry Meet!
Comment by Briaor Dianus on October 25, 2009 at 12:58am
Briaor ap Llewellyn is my witch name but I am part Welsh. My Roberts ancestors came over from there in the 1700's and settled in Ohio- then to Colorado. I think its fascinating that if you live in the Isles you have the evidence of antiquity around you all the time. The ancient language reads and sounds so beautiful. I've only heard it spoken once.
Comment by papadanwizard on October 13, 2009 at 11:04am
I decided to take a peek to see what this group was all about,and then decided to join.I have always had a pull towards Wales and anything Welsh,starting with the tales of Arthur of Camelot and Myrddin. If anyone has taken a look at my profile page,you will see that I work on my family genealogy in some of my spare time.Well ,as it turns out,I've found some of my ancestry is of Welsh stock,though mixed with Irish,British,Danish,and Swedish,and this is all on my dad's side of the family.
Anyway,thought thatI wold stop by and say Howdy from Wyoming usa.
Comment by Magister on September 21, 2009 at 3:25pm
May Mabon bring an abundant harvest of all your personal workings this year, but let us not forget those who have so little at this time, and please, as you pass along tomorrow, spare a coin or too, or more if you can, for those who have not even a home on this Mabon night.
Many blessings of love, light, and peace,

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