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|It started in the 60's...|
|1965||In June of 1965, Rhuddlwm, an American working in Europe, meets Sarah Llewellyn, a Welsh Witch on holiday, on the Isle of Majorca off the coast of Spain. From that meeting comes an instant spiritual connection. (Robert Graves, who wrote The White Goddess, spent the last year of his life about 2 miles from their meeting-place.)|
initiated into the Welsh Tribe of Dynion Mwyn, "The Gentle Folk", near
Betws-y-Coedd, in North Wales. This is a family of Witches that claim a lineage from 1282
A.D. and Prince Llewellyn of Wales. Thus begins the first step on Rhuddlwm's journey
to awakening. He is given the name Rhuddlwm Gawr by the elders of that tradition, and told
that he is to return to the United States and begin secretly to teach the Craft of - Y
Tylwyth Teg - the Clan of "The Fairy Folk".
Later, he writes that he feels unprepared and unwilling to teach, but after returning to the United States, he joins a major Aerospace company in Landover, Maryland. He is immediately transferred to Houston, Texas and assigned to NASA's Apollo Manned Lunar Project. He tries to ignore the elders words but soon finds himself teaching an introductory class in Witchcraft in a small Houston bookstore.
|1967||In March of 1967, Rhuddlwm is transferred to Washington, DC, where he establishes the first Coven of Y Tylwyth Teg in the U.S. There is an enthusiastic response by many seekers and students in the area who were hungry for any kind of Earth-oriented spiritual teaching. He initiates Lady Dana who becomes his first High Priestess. Later, the "Coven of Y Tylwyth Teg" expands into a much larger organization - "The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg in America." Y Tylwyth Teg's first coven brings together Wiccans and Pagans from several traditions, including solitaires and traditional Welsh Celtic Pagans. Y Tylwyth Teg presents its first Spring Festival "The Gathering of the Tribes" the first Pagan Gathering of the Tribes recorded [ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Gathering_of_the_Tribes#Other_Gathering_of_the_Tribes ] and its first Midsummer celebration "The Battle of the Winter and Summer Kings" presided over by Lord Rhuddlwm and Lady Dana. Y Tylwyth Teg begins to grow and establish sister covens in Florida, Texas, California and Georgia. During a trip to Bermuda, Rhuddlwm rendezvous with Sarah and is initiated to higher levels of responsibility. In late November of 1967, Rhuddlwm is instrumental in founding "The Association of Cymry Wiccae" as an assembly of Welsh Traditional Covens in America.|
|1968||Y Tylwyth Teg
establishes a worship site on private land near Landover Maryland. A ritual circle is
created and dedicated in a grove of oak trees near the main house. Rhuddlwm, with the help
of several Witch leaders of Welsh heritage, organizes the first annual Conclave meeting
held in Spring 1968 at the Gathering of the Tribes. During this first meeting, many speak
of the "primal energy" that is generated, and the love that seems to permeate
everything. As a result of this meeting, a "conclave" of three Welsh Witchcraft
covens is born. This conclave was thereafter referred to as the "The Grove of The
Crystal Dragon." It consists of "The Coven of The Crystal Dragon",
"The Coven of Merlin" and "The Coven of Ganymede."
Sharing a common vision of the ancient gods and the survival of the Dynion Mwyn Pagan religion, it is agreed that because of the current uncertainties of the day, The Association is to keep a low profile and operate in secret for as long as possible. The three groups work together over the next two years quietly disseminating knowledge and information when needed. In the Fall, Y Tylwyth Teg begins sponsoring private classes and lectures in Alexandria, Virginia.
|1969||Y Tylwyth Teg through one of it's members, Beverly Sailer (Lady Arionrod), forms an outer court pagan group known as "The Family". Due to several members being influential government employees, the members vote to keep the true purpose of "The Family" a secret. The second annual Conclave and pagan outer-court festival at the Gathering of the Tribes, is held in a forest near Cumberland, Maryland.|
And continued in the 70's...
|1970||"The Family" membership reaches thirty-two. The third annual Conclave, fourth annual Gathering of the Tribes, and Pagan outer court festival is held on the eastern shore of Maryland.|
|1971||In the Fall of 1971, the headquarters of the Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, is re-located to Smyrna-Marietta, Georgia. The Family disbands. The Coven of Ganymede relocates to Roanoke, Virginia and disbands in 1975. The Coven of Merlin relocates to Richmond, Virginia and disbands in 1977. The Coven of the Crystal Dragon relocates to Athens Georgia where it continues until 1986 when it relocates to Kennesaw, Georgia. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the fifth annual gathering of the Tribes on Land near Kennesaw GA|
|1972||Y Tylwyth Teg joins the Pagan Way and begins distributing the rituals. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the sixth annual gathering of the Tribes on Land near Kennesaw GA|
|1973||Through the Association of Cymry Wiccae, Y Tylwyth Teg applies to the Internal Revenue Service for a religious Tax Exempt Status. Y Tylwyth Teg begins to publicly teach a correspondence course under the alias Brotherhood of Wicca. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the seventh annual gathering of the Tribes on Land near Kennesaw GA|
|1974||Church of Y Tylwyth Teg joins the Fellowship of Isis in Ireland. Y Tylwyth Teg founds the first Pagan Special Interest Group at the University of Georgia. Lady Sirce of Sacramento, California is initiated. Lady Branwen of Augusta, Georgia is initiated. Lady Eilonwy of Florida is initiated, Lady Althaea of Rhode Island is initiated. The Brotherhood of Wicca is formally dissolved and all business is transferred to The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the eighth annual gathering of the Tribes on Land near Kennesaw GA|
|1975||Until October of 1975, the
Church and Association grows very slowly and deliberately. During the Samhain ritual, one
of our elders receives a spiritual insight which changed his life forever. He sees figures
of a Woman and a man merge within an Oak tree. It is explained to him by his spiritual
guides and his teacher Sarah, that this means that his future task is to help relink
humanity with Nature. The Association adopts the Goddess Cerridwen as its muse, and begins
working to disseminate the concept of re-linking with Nature. Shortly thereafter, one of
the original founders of the Association (Coven of Ganymede) leaves the group. The two
remaining founders spend the Fall redefining their roles within the Association. Lady
Branwen becomes vice president of The Association. During this time the energy
toward manifestation quickens as the number of member covens grow from the original three
to twenty-three. Y Tylwyth Teg's public relations work on behalf of Paganism begins. An
accurate and positive article about Paganism accompanied by a full color photo of a High
Priest of Y Tylwyth Teg performing a ritual appears in the local newspaper. Rhuddlwm Gawr
graduates from the University of Georgia with a BLA degree in Environmental Design and
Ecology. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the
ninth annual gathering of the Tribes on Land near Kennesaw GA. Bangor Institute is
Rhuddlwm Gawr joins Mensa and founds the Pagan/Occult/Witchcraft Special Interest Group (POWSIG). Y Tylwyth Teg founds the Sword of Dyrnwyn Newsletter and starts a information exchange to help Pagans from many traditions and groups connect with each other. The newsletter includes articles on Paganism, Witchcraft, Magick, herbs, spiritual healing, metaphysics, and parapsychology. Y Tylwyth Teg begins serving as a resource center for Pagans and Witches.
Y Tylwyth Teg attends and helps with the publicity of the Pan Pagan Festival sponsored by the Midwest Pagan Council, and held at an Indiana campground.
|1976||Y Tylwyth Teg's
land project begins. Camelot-of-the-Wood is conceived as a haven for Welsh Witches and an
International Pagan Studies Center. Camelot-of-the-Wood begins working to establish a
intentional community of members of Y Tylwyth Teg. Y Tylwyth Teg begins to raise funds and
search for land to purchase.
The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg through the Association of Cymry Wicca receives the first IRS Group Tax Exemption ever awarded to a Pagan or Witchcraft church assembly.
The Association of Cymry Wicca begins providing a means by where Pagan Churches and Covens can acquire a legal tax exemption and be that much closer to being accepted by Society.
Y Tylwyth Teg founds Pagan Grove Press whose purpose is to publish a Newsletter and books on paganism and Witchcraft.
In September 1976, The Association of Cymry Wiccae and the Church of Y Tylwyth Teg co-sponsor the celebrate the tenth annual gathering of the Tribes and the first Gathering of the Tribes held in the North Georgia mountains. This was a gathering of pagan, Wiccan and earth religion leaders from all over the United States. Its theme was peace, and it was one of the first gatherings to forbid any kind of verbal animosity between groups. It worked. Groups began talking to other groups, met in friendship, and many lasting and important relationships prospered from this first gathering.
Rhuddlwm is contacted by Lady Circe of Toledo, Ohio to help one of her neophytes, Sintana, become established in Atlanta. He gives her a great deal of study material and helps her found Ravenwood in Atlanta. She becomes known as Lady Sintana. Bangor Institute begins to establish courses of instruction.
|1977||Y Tylwyth Teg
celebrates the 10th Anniversary of its founding in the United States. Y Tylwyth Teg
legally incorporates as a Witchcraft Church in Georgia, establishing bylaws and a church
structure with a board of directors, ordained ministers, a community of affiliated coven
churches and a congregation. Y Tylwyth Teg's legal name as a non-profit organization
becomes the Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, Inc. the name, Y Tylwyth Teg, becomes the church's
Rhuddlwm Gawr steps down as the editor of POWSIG because of pressing duties with Y Tylwyth Teg. Valerie Voigt eventually takes over as editor. Y Tylwyth Teg's local Sword of Dyrnwyn newsletter expands to a national newsletter serving all Pagans and Wiccans.
Lady Rhea of Louisville is initiated. Lady Levannah of Atlanta is initiated. Lady Galadreal of todays Grove of the Unicorn attends her first neophyte class with Rhuddlwm and Mithrandir.
Y Tylwyth Teg begins sponsoring Pagan presentations outside Georgia. Y Tylwyth Teg staff presents workshops and travel to California, Alabama, Virginia, New York, Texas, Iowa and Kansas to do presentations and rituals.
The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the eleventh annual gathering of the Tribes held at Unicoi state park in Helen, Georgia, a secluded state owned conference center in the forested mountains of North Georgia.
Y Tylwyth Teg through Pagan Grove Press, publishes Paganism's first "Yellow Pages", The Pagan Newage Occult Directory, containing names and addresses of groups and individuals from many paths, plus a bibliography and other information. It stimulates contact and community building within and across geographical areas and traditions of Paganism. It is published until 1982.
Bangor Institute is recognized by several Pagan Groups.
|1978||Y Tylwyth Teg's media work on behalf of Paganism becomes national and international. The twelfth Annual and third Georgia "Gathering of the Tribes" is held. For the first time, a Southeastern Pagan/Wiccan Leadership conference is held. It is attended by Ray Buckland, Margot Adler, Jim Alan and Selena Fox of Circle, and many other leaders. This gathering, held at the time of Summer Solstice, brings together Pagans from many paths and places. It focuses on relinking with Nature, building community and culture across a diversity of traditions and paths. The Gathering is covered by a major American newspaper in an article appearing in the religion section. The article opens with an account and a photo of a ritual by Rhuddlwm Gawr then reports on Witchcraft and Paganism as a whole and as a growing religious movement. The article generates interest and more positive media coverage in the Southern USA.|
|1979||Camelot Press publishes
Quest by Rhuddlwm Gawr and Marcy Edwards. Y Tylwyth Teg begins providing
face-to-face spiritual counseling for Pagans of many traditions in the Southeast US. Y
Tylwyth Teg begins offering training for it's Priest/esses, Covens and other Pagan Groups.
Bangor Institute continues to provide a means whereby members of the Welsh Witchcraft tradition and others could work toward entering the priest/esshood and acquire specialized degrees associated with the ancient Religious Bardic traditions. Bangor is the first Pagan School to give a Doctor of Divinity training program and Ordain Pagan ministers through the Church of Y Tylwyth Teg. Pagan Grove Press changes it's name to Camelot Press, Ltd. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the thirteenth annual gathering of the Tribes held at Unicoi state park in Helen, Georgia, a secluded state owned conference center in the forested mountains of North Georgia.
Going strong in the 80's...
|1980||Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors Sun Bear, a Lakota Sioux medicine man, to speak at a public seminar in Athens, Georgia. Sun Bear later attends fourteenth Gathering of the Tribes at Unicoi and blesses Y Tylwyth Teg and all future Gatherings as "The New Way" and presents a peace pipe to Rhuddlwm in honor of the purpose of the Gathering. Camelot Press publishes The Witches Herbal: Herbs of Welsh Witchcraft, and The Thirteen Mystical Treasures of Welsh Witchcraft by Richard Lewis and Rhuddlwm Gawr.|
|1981||The first Camelot-of-the-Wood manifests. After five years of fund raising, land is found in Northwest Georgia and purchase begins. The purchase is kept a secret except to a select inner circle. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the fifteenth annual gathering of the Tribes held at Unicoi State park in Helen, Georgia. Camelot Press publishes Celtic Witchcraft Meditation: Discovering Your Higher Self by Rhuddlwm Gawr as told by Taliesin enion Vawr|
|1982||Y Tylwyth Teg begins sponsoring Pagan youth education activities with programs of workshops, rituals, and other activities for children and teens during the sixteenth Gathering of the Tribes near Athens Georgia.. Camelot Press re-publishes Mysteries of Welsh Faerie Witchcraft: by Rhuddlwm Gawr as told by Taliesin enion Vawr. Camelot Press re-publishes Dream Magic: Programming Your Dreams with Welsh Witchcraft.|
|1983||Camelot Press re-publishes Sex Magick: Red Dragon Power and Celtic Witchcraft, and Welsh Witchcraft: An Initiation Into the Celtic Tradition. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the seventeenth annual gathering of the Tribes held near Athens, Georgia, at secluded nature center.|
|1984||Camelot Press publishes The Power of Welsh Witchcraft: Psychic Development and the Old Religion, and Nature Magick: Celtic Witchcraft and Psychic Healing. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the eighteenth annual gathering of the Tribes held near Athens, Georgia, at a secluded nature center.|
|1985||Rhuddlwm meets with Gwen Thompson, founder of the Celtic Tradition in the United States. They agree to become unofficially affiliated. Y Tylwyth Teg battles federal anti-Witchcraft legislation. Y Tylwyth Teg staff help with a nationwide campaign that defeats the Helms amendment. Senator Jesse helms attempts to take away federal church status from Wiccan churches. The amendment passes the US Senate in late September and is in danger of becoming law. Thousands of Wiccans and other Pagans join with the American Civil Liberties Union and others in expressing opposition to this piece of legislation. A network of Pagan religious freedom activists including Y Tylwyth Teg forms a phone tree across the Southeastern U.S. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the nineteenth annual gathering of the Tribes held near Atlanta, Georgia, held on private land. Camelot Press publishes The Way by Rhuddlwm Gawr.|
|1986||Lady Cerridwen joins Y Tylwyth Teg and begins to reorganize the administrative and ministerial divisions. The Coven of the Crystal Dragon relocates to Kennesaw, Georgia where it continues today. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the twentieth annual gathering of the Tribes held near Athens, Georgia, at secluded nature center. The Word is published in May of the year. Camelot Press re-publishes Celtic Paganism: Woman, Man, and Nature.|
|1987||Y Tylwyth Teg celebrates the 20th Anniversary of its founding in the United States. Lady Gwynne passes on to Summerland soon after Rhuddlwm and Gwynne meet for the second time. Y Tylwyth Teg wins a controversial administrative court case regarding the ownership of a church post office box in Athens, Georgia. In so doing the Judge declares in his ruling that the Church of Y Tylwyth Teg is a legal Church, that Rhuddlwm Gawr is a legal minister of that church, and that Witchcraft is a bona fide religion. Y Tylwyth Teg wins this intensive religious freedom battle on its own, preparing its own legal briefs. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the twenty-first annual gathering of the Tribes held near Athens, Georgia, on private land. Camelot Press publishes Celtic Crystal Magick, Vol.1 by Rhuddlwm Gawr.|
|1988||Camelot Press publishes Celtic Crystal Magick, Vol. 2. Rhuddlwm Gawr turns over leadership of The Church of Y Tylwyth Teg to Lady Cerridwen ab Gawr and devotes full time to the Association of Cymry Wiccae. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, vote to have a closed Gathering for Initiatory, ritual and business purposes near Alanta, Georgia.|
|1989||Camelot Press publishes The Threefold Cauldron: Celtic and Witchcraft Mythology. In June, Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors the 23rd Annual Gathering of the Tribes near Atlanta Georgia.|
|1990||Y Tylwyth Teg's networking expands its endeavors. Camelot Press publishes Relinking with Nature: Welsh Faerie Witchcraft - Cooperating With Nature Spirits by Merridden Gawr. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the 24th annual Gathering of the Tribes in the North Georgia mountains. Bangor Institute becomes inactive and ceases to receive applicants for the time being.|
|1991||Y Tylwyth Teg helps organize the protest of an anti-Witchcraft television series. Y Tylwyth Teg Staff and other Pagan religious freedom activists such as Selena Fox and Margot Adler help lead a nationwide campaign against an anti-Witchcraft series being developed by ABC television network for broadcast in the Fall season as a weekly prime time drama. Thousands of Wiccans and other Pagans from throughout the USA and elsewhere join together in Paganism's largest protest action yet. Throughout the Summer, they express their concerns about false stereotyping and the villainizing of Witches, and finally, ABC drops the series. Speakers for The 1991 Gathering of the Tribes includes Janet & Stewart Farrar, Otter and Morning Glory G'Zell, Isaac Bonewits, and many others. During The Gathering of the Tribes, Y Tylwyth Teg is instrumental in founding the Universal Federation of Pagans (UFP). The purpose of this organization is to provide national and international communications between members of the Pagan Community.|
|1992||Camelot Press re-publishes A Witches Astrologer - The Twelve Keys of the Ancient Druids. The first Annual meeting of The Universal Federation of Pagans is held at the twenty-sixth Gathering of the Tribes in Gainesville, Georgia. Many leaders from throughout the U.S and Canada attend. Lord Rhuddlwm Gawr of Y Tylwyth Teg, and Lady Amethyst of Coven of the Royal Oak are elected Co-Facilitators. Y Tylwyth Teg helps found the Southeastern Pagan Alliance (SEPA) to help network Pagans regionally. This was the infamous Gathering which was flooded. Many heroes appeared that night. Y Tylwyth Teg establishes its first Internet Homepage and expands its information and networking services.|
|1993||Camelot Press re-publishes The Triads: The Wisdom of Welsh Witchcraft and The Nine Levels of Welsh Witchcraft. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the twenty- seventh annual gathering of the Tribes, in North Georgia mountains.|
|1994||Y Tylwyth Teg moves its
internet homepage to http://www.newageinfo.com/bus/cymry and again expands its
services. Rhuddlwm Gawr graduates with a Ph.D. in Civil and Family Mediation and is
certified as a Family Mediator with the state of Georgia. The Association of Cymry
Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the twenty-eighth annual gathering of the
Tribes held near Athens, Georgia, at secluded nature center.
Camelot Press publishes Earth Energy: The Green Dragon Power of Celtic Witchcraft, by Merridden Gawr.
|1995||Camelot Press re-publishes The Thirteen Mystical Treasures of Welsh Witchcraft. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the twenty-ninth annual gathering of the Tribes.|
|1996||Camelot Press re-publishes Taliesin of the Radiant Brow: Secrets of Welsh Witchcraft. The Association of Cymry Wiccae and Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, celebrate the thirtieth annual gathering of the Tribes.|
|1997||In April, Y Tylwyth Teg celebrates the 30th Anniversary of its founding in the United States during thirty-first Annual Gathering of the Tribes at Fairy Glen Farm at Pendelton, S.C. Speakers include Nigel Bourne and Seldiy Bates of London, England.|
|1998||In April, Y Tylwyth Teg presents the third revision of its website and moves to http://www.dynionmwyn.com. Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors thirty-second Gathering of the Tribes at Indian Springs State Park, Georgia. Guests include druid author Ellen Hopman.|
|1999||Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors 33rd annual Gathering of the Tribes at Indian Springs State Park, Georgia. . Guests include Lady Maeve of the Y Tylwyth Tulluan of Ohio, Lord Athos and Lady Caru of Y Tylwyth Teg, Ft Lauderdale FL. and many others. In December, Lady an associate, our Webmistress, dies of a heart attack after reading a death threat directed at the Tylwyth Teg web site. The sister of Taliesin enion Vawr dies after an extended illness. She will be missed. Lord Athos and Lady Caru transcribe several of Lord Rhuddlwm's books into computer files and they are published on the Y Tylwyth Teg web pages.|
|Taliesin enion Vawr, the last family member of the Wynne tradition of Dynion Mwyn, Welsh Witchcraft, dies after many years of struggle with a terminal illness. Taliesin's knowledge and wisdom will be missed. Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors 34th annual Gathering of the Tribes at Etowah River Campgrounds, Georgia. . Guests include Lady Maeve of the Y Tylwyth Tulluan of Ohio, Lord Athos and Lady Caru of Y Tylwyth Teg, Ft Lauderdale FL. and many others.|
|Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors 35th annual Gathering of the Tribes at Etowah River Campgrounds, Georgia . There are three pagan musical groups and much music. Guests include Lady Maeve of the Y Tylwyth Tulluan of Ohio, Lord Athos and Lady Caru of Y Tylwyth Teg, Ft Lauderdale FL. and many others. Y Tylwyth Teg is still alive and continues to thrive despite continuous interference by the "Religious Right" and misguided pagans. "Robert" Martin a teacher who worked with Taliesin enion Vawr contacts Rhuddlwm in Georgia and offers to help provide missing history of Dynion Mwyn in Wales. DM representatives sponsor several Study Groups lists on Yahoo. .Lady Rhiannon of California forms a YTT Study group on Yahoo. The Dynion Mwyn representative in Wales, Delyth, creates a Wales Study Group list on Yahoo. Lord Athos and Lady Caru form a Dynion MwynFlorida Study Group List on Yahoo. Dynion Mwyn forms a Study Group on Yahoo. The dream is becoming a reality.|
|Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors 36th annual Gathering of the Tribes at Etowah River Campgrounds, Georgia . There are several pagan musical groups and much music. Guests include Lady Maeve of the Y Tylwyth Tulluan of Ohio, Lord Athos and Lady Caru of Y Tylwyth Teg, Ft Lauderdale FL. and many others. Y Tylwyth Teg continues to expand. "Robert" Martin continues to help fill in the gaps of history of Dynion Mwyn. DM representatives sponsor several Study Groups lists on Yahoo. Lord Athos and Lady Caru continue to work on the Florida Study Group List on Yahoo. The dream is becoming a reality.|
|On February 2, 2003 Rhuddlwm Gawr retires as CEO of the Church of Y Tylwyth Teg, Inc. Y Tylwyth Teg sponsors the 37th annual Gathering of the Tribes at Etowah River Campgrounds, Georgia. There are several pagan musical groups and much music. Dynion Mwyn and Y Tylwyth Teg, Inc. decide to diverge and follow different paths with Y Tylwyth Teg being under the leadership of Cerridwen Gawr and Dynion Mwyn being under the leadership of Rhuddlwm Gawr. "Robert" Martin dies in May but he makes sure our tradition continues with more documents being sent by his friend David.|
|Rhuddlwm Gawr legally Incorporates the Association of Cymry Wiccae, The Celtic Church of Dynion Mwyn, Inc., Camelot Press Group, Inc., and The Gathering of the Tribes, Inc. The Church of Dynion Mwyn now becomes the standard bearer for Welsh Witchcraft in America. Dynion Mwyn and several other groups sponsor the 38th annual Gathering of the Tribes at Etowah River Campgrounds, Georgia, but violent Weather causes the Gathering to be posponed until April 2005. There are several pagan musical groups and much music. Rhuddlwm visits the midwest and attends the Elders festival as a speaker. Y Tylwyth Teg continues to expand. DM representatives sponsor several Study Groups lists on Yahoo. Laura Waldie is initiated and becomes the official webmaster of the Dynion Mwyn website at http://www.dynionmwyn.com Lori is initiated and becomes moderator of the Mid-Atlantic DM Yahoo Study Groups. Every state now has a DM webpage. Lord Athos and Lady Caru continue to work on the Florida Study Group List on Yahoo. The dream is becoming a reality; below you can find more information about Dynion Mwyn and the Association of Cymry Wiccae.|
|The planning for the 39th Gathering of the Tribes commences with several famous pagan authors and leaders from the US and Great Britain interested in being a part of our festival. Pagans United becomes a major sponsor of The Gathering of the Tribes. The dream is becoming a reality; below you can find more information about Pagans United, Dynion Mwyn and the Association of Cymry Wiccae. Come join the dance!|
|The 39th Gathering of the Tribes is held at Elijah Clark State Park. Maxine Sanders, Christopher Penzance and other authors appear at the Gathering held April 27-30 at Enota Campgrouns near Hiawasee Georgia. A problem with the venue arises and the Gathering location is switched to Etowah River campgrounds near Dahlonega Georgia. And again, two weeks before the Gathering, it is again moved to Elijah Clark State Park near Augusta Georgia. Come join the dance! Go to http://www.dynionmwyn.com/GATH2006/gathering.html|
|The 40th Gathering of the Tribes is held at PanGaea Sanctuary near Augusta Georgia. Maxine Sanders (England - co-founder Alexandrian Witchcraft Tradition) ; John Belham-Payne (Spain - British Traditional Witchcraft Tradition) ; Lady Rhiannon (Michigan-Celtic Witchcraft Tradition of Lady Gwen Thompson) ; Wren Taylor (Georgia - Keltria Druid and Gardnerian Traditions) ; Kenny Klein (California-co founder Blue Star Witchcraft tradition) ; Rhuddlwm Gawr (Georgia - Welsh Witchcraft Tradition), Lady Amythyst; (Georgia-Traditional Witchcraft) ; Lady Passion, (Tennessee-Gardnerian Witchcraft/Santaria) ; Laura Wandrie (Georgia - President of Pagans United) ; Plus Spokespeople for other Witchcraft, Druid, and Shaman traditions are invited and appear at the Gathering held May 31 - June 3. Come join the dance! Go to http://www.dynionmwyn.com/GATH2007/gathering.html|
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