Doorway with Skulls from the Sanctuary of Roquepertuse

Druið Bedoratêos is Gaulish for Graveyard/Cemetery Druid. This is where I will be posting my Photography and talking about Bedorâti (Cemetery/Graveyard). So join me on my walks into the Bedorâti.

Druið Bedoratêos

Gortiâ Artuânon

I have a deep passion for Cemeteries, and I love to go and read the names on the markers (Gravestone). I love to pick up trash and just the general vibe I get being in them. It helps me to gather energy there. It is the most sacred space on earth. I always wanted to… Read more Gortiâ Artuânon

Fairview United Methodist Cemetery

This one Im not to sure about its location I was driving and came across this beautiful cemetery its near Hot Springs North Carolina. This cemetery sits on two rolling hills with a scenic view of the mountains in the back drop surrounded by woods and corn fields.

Violet Hill Cemetery

This cemetery is located in Asheville North Carolina behind Harmony Hill Church which i think is abandoned. This is an old cemetery that is not that well taken care of which is sad last time I was there I spent time in the rain picking up trash. A beautiful spot with many oak and pin… Read more Violet Hill Cemetery

Green Hill Cemetery

Green Hill Cemetery is located in Waynesville North Carolina. The site its upon a beautiful hill over looking the Blue-ridge mountain range. A truly beautiful spot to lay.The cemetery has many of local historic figures here. The white chief of the Cherokee people is buried here William Holland Thomas founder of the Thomas Legion which… Read more Green Hill Cemetery

South Asheville Cemetery

This cemetery is a very energetic place with a beautiful atmosphere. I encountered the gatekeeper in the form of a beautiful turkey upon entering. This Cemetery is located in south Asheville North Carolina. It began as a slave burial ground. The caretaker was a slave named George Avery. During the civil war Mr Avery joined… Read more South Asheville Cemetery

McCall Cemetery

The MaCall Cemetery is located deep in the Pisgah forest on the Cemetery loop Trial off of Forest Road 475 in western North Carolina. Named after the The McCall family Pioneers who helped in the Revolutionary war against England. There are around 30 grave markers from native stones serving to mark graves only (no names).This… Read more McCall Cemetery

Riverside Cemetery

This Cemetery was founded in 1885 on August the 4th. Its 87 acres of rolling hills and flower gardens overlooking the French Broad River in Asheville North Carolina. This cemetery is home to 13,000 buried, 12 mausoleums and 9000 monuments. This place is a sight to see with a lot of different energies. There is… Read more Riverside Cemetery

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