Members

 

Brennos Agrocunos Gunn
Brennos Agrocunos Gunn

Current Chief of the Coru Cathubodua Priesthood, Brennos Agrocunos Gunn is an intuitive spirit worker, runeworker, and activist. A dedicant of the Morrígan for over fifteen years, he serves Her as both warrior and priest and is one of the founders of the Coru.   Through his devotional connection with Odin, he has also pursued runic studies for over twelve years. He specializes in dreamwork and Otherworld travel, spiritual counseling, shielding, warding, runework, and contact with the dead.  As a priest, he works towards social justice, environmental healing, and sovereignty of the land and writes about these and related topics on his blog, Strixian Woods and on Facebook.



Morpheus Ravenna
Morpheus Ravenna

Morpheus Ravenna is a spiritual worker, artist, and writer. An initiate of the Anderson-Feri tradition of Witchcraft, she has studied and practiced devotional polytheism and the magical arts for about twenty years. Her primary spiritual practice is her devotion and dedication to the Morrígan within the framework of Celtic heroic spirituality. She co-founded the Coru Cathubodua Priesthood and currently serves as Lore Chieftain. Author of The Book of the Great Queen: The Many Faces of the Morrígan from Ancient Legends to Modern Devotions, her writing can be found on her personal blog, The Shieldmaiden. She also practices medieval armored combat and is very fond of spears. She can be reached through her website at bansheearts.com.



Patrick Garretson
Patrick Garretson

Patrick Garretson is a wanderer on many paths of magick, healing, and warriorship. At his core, Patrick is a practitioner of the Feri tradition with a strong emphasis on Celtic lore, though he weaves together practices from Taoism, Thelemic Hermeticism, and Anthroposophy. Through all of it however, the Morrigan has loomed over his shoulder, ever since his first awareness of Celtic heritage and legacy. This relationship was formalized via the Coru in the winter/spring of 2014. He is also an active member and facilitator of the Sacred Firecircle Tradition where he has a devotional relationship to Brigid as a poet and fire tender. Professionally, Patrick is a sage of numerous fields, having studied nature in depth as an ecologist, farmer, and forester, to now being a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in Portland, OR. He is also an avid archer, climber, and martial artist. His personal website is www.patrickgarretson.com.



Meg Baker Heal
Meg Baker Heal

Meg Baker Heal is a born Witch and has followed the winding path all the way to the foot of The Morrígan. She been committed to building pagan community for 20 years. A psychic medium who works with ancestors and descendants, she is a founding member of the Coru. Passionate about social justice, Meg graduated from UC Santa Cruz with a bachelors in community studies and anthropology. Born and raised in Northern California, she traveled the world and now has come back to the north valley to raise her two children and save the world. She loves good food, trees and riding her bicycle thousands of miles.

 

 

 

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John Medellin

John Medellin is a spirit worker and Pagan Witch living and working in San Francisco, and is originally from Texas. He has been a devotee of An Morrigan for more than 12 years, and has recently taken oaths to Her. John has spent more than 20 years studying and practicing magic and Earth-based spiritualities, including Conjure work. He is also a former member of Ar nDraiocht Fein. His specialties include divination, protection and warding magics, herb magic, and work with the Dead.

 

 

 

 

Barbara Cormack

Barbara Cormack has been a practicing Pagan and witch for several decades. She holds initiations in two traditions, and in recent years helped found and administer a Golden Dawn Order. Her early love affair with, and study of, Old Irish language and literature led her to the Morrígan, in Whose presence she has since dwelt. Inspired by rosc poetry, she composes prayers and invocations to the Great Queens in Their varied forms. By profession a librarian and data analyst, Barbara also makes jewelry, practices Scottish dancing, and studies crows and ravens.