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Featured Guests

 Featured Guests – the Reverend Jean ‘Drum’ Pagano, GoGo Nydaz and Cerri Lee!

 

Reverend Jean ‘Drum’ Pagano joined Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship (ADF) ADF in 1984 as its eighth member. He was ordained in 2011, consecrated in 2012, and became a Senior Priest in 2013. He was elected Archdruid of ADF in 2016. He is a Druid Grade member of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD), and a Druid of the 3rd Order of the Reformed Druids of North America (RDNA). He enjoys working with his various altars, spending time in Nature, and studying and teaching the Ogham. He is the author of three books: Arise from Vapours, Willow Flow, and A Tree for the Earth Mother. He lives in Toledo, Ohio.

Please join us in welcoming Rev. Jean ‘Drum’ Pagano to Paganicon!

 

 

 

 

Gogo Nyadze Ndara

Gogo is a seasoned healer schooled in the aNcient Zulu tradition of Sangoma.  She is psychic, an empath, a seer, and a warrior spirit convicted to the calling of empowerment for those that seek it. She has been a practicing Sangoma since 2013 and received her training in South Africa.  She heals by first divination and then following the order given. Muthi (Sangoma medicine), drums, dance, breathing, San-goga (Sangoma yoga), baths, and steam are tools she uses to heal others who are in need of a spiritual revival.

Gogo’s healing is of light and love and resonates with the most ancient lineages in Africa. She lived in the Bahamas for the last 10 years and there acquired a deep love and appreciation for the African descendants of the Atlantic slave trade.

 

Cerri Lee

Cerri Lee is a Druid with more than twenty years experience. She joined the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids in 1997 and more recently the Anglesey Druid Order.

Along with her partner Damh the Bard Cerri has facilitated the Anderida Gorsedd at the Long Man of Wilmington in Sussex, which began at the Spring Equinox 2000 and just held its 150th open ritual. The Anderida Gorsedd has also created many immersive spiritual camps as well as holding an annual conference, Anderida Fest.

Cerri’s passion lies in exploring and revealing hidden mysteries held within ancient poetry and story, particularly those pertaining to the British Isles, in order to create rituals and workshops that bring their profound inspirations into a relevant modern context.

We are thrilled to have these three join us at Paganicon and guess what? There is one more announcement coming soon!