the religion or rites of the Druids
A Druid (Irish: druí; Welsh: derwydd) was a member of the educated, professional
class among the Celtic peoples of Gaul, Britain, Ireland, and possibly ...
Druid Beliefs. One of the most striking characteristics of Druidism is the degree to
which it is free of dogma and any fixed set of beliefs or practices. In this way it ...
Druidism was the religion of the Celtic people that was administered by priests
and priestesses called Druids. Remnants of Druidism still presently exist.
Although Bonewits retired from ADF in 1996, his writings and ideals remain as part of the ADF tradition. In addition to Ár nDraíocht Féin, there are a number of other Druid groups in existence. Seamus mac Owain, a Druid from Columbia, SC, says, "There's not a lot of w... More »
In ancient times a Druid was a philosopher, teacher, counsellor and magician,
the word probably meaning 'A Forest Sage' or 'Strong Seer'. In modern times, a ...
Druidism, also called Druidry, is a religion that was taught by the Druids (a
member of the priestly class of the Celts about 2000 years ago). Druidism is a ...
Apr 24, 2010 ... "Modern Druidism (a.k.a. Modern Druidry) is a continuation of the 18th-century
revival and is thus thought to have some, though not many, ...
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Mar 30, 2007 ... Specialties: Within ancient Druidism, there were three specialties. "A general
categorisation of the three different grades accords the arts to the ...