A Brief Biography of Drogo Firewalker Hawthorn Empedocles
Drogo Empedocles strives to enjoy sunshine and darkness. He believes “all things in moderation” and to “know thyself” are important mantras; as he was taught by the Oracle in his youth. Self reflection, contemplation, and meditation are as important as expression, communication, and travel to Drogo. Since Primary School Drogo has practiced martial arts of all kinds, now combined into Jeet-Kun-Do. While attending Catholic High School he chose to be Celtic Pagan, and continues to pray to eclectic gods of nature. He loves to laugh, learn, and live life as cooperative play. Drogo embraces the opposite existential realities of change (Heraclitus) and immortal permanence (Parmenides), in the transcendental spiral concept of time and space.
Drogo has worked for the U.S. Government, individual clients, family, colleges, factories, businesses, farms, and friends. As an artist he likes to create works of drawing, photography, film, computers, wood (walking sticks), function, and folly.
“Differences and similarities are spices of life, capable of making even mundane sustenance seem amazing. Similarities or interests we have in common with others is a way we can tolerate the differences and contradictions. Learn now, because some day may never come in your life time.” “I love to find realism in fiction, and fiction in reality… its a fun game that reveals where the two worlds meet.” – Drogo Empedocles
Drogo has contributed to several books including: Harpers Ferry Magic, SCOD 2000, and Generic Illustrated Fiction Stories. His name, like Mark Twain, is a pen-name. His mundane birth name is a combination of family last names.
Sustainable Cooperative for Organic Development: https://sites.google.com/site/scodpub/
SCOD Video Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/SCODgreenhood
SCOD Public Blog: https://scodpub.wordpress.com/
Books Drogo helped Publish: http://wds2.wordpress.com/2012/04/09/my-main-books-by-walton-stowell-ii/