[PDF] The Rebirth of Druidry Ancient Earth Wisdom for Today By Philip Carr-Gomm – serv3.3pub.co.uk

[PDF] The Rebirth of Druidry Ancient Earth Wisdom for Today By Philip Carr-Gomm – serv3.3pub.co.uk [Read] ➻ The Rebirth of Druidry Ancient Earth Wisdom for Today ➸ Philip Carr-Gomm – Serv3.3pub.co.uk This guide to the modern Druid movement features essays from the chief Druids of Britain France and America as well as from established writers mystics historians healers and psychologists The Druid t This guide of Druidry PDF/EPUB é to the modern Druid movement features essays from the chief Druids of Britain France and America as well as from established writers mystics historians healers The Rebirth Epub / and psychologists The Druid tradition lies at the heart of Western spirituality and today it is experiencing a renaissance unprecedented in its long history The Druids like the Rebirth of Druidry ePUB ´ Native Americans and the Aborigines revere and respect the earth They see Nature as their teacher and mother.


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  1. Mariah Mariah says:

    The Druid Renaissance retitled Rebirth of Druidry in this new edition is an anthology featuring essays from a variety of types of Druidry Pagan Christian revivalphilosophical and neo shamanicThe history of modern Druidism in both Europe and the US is explained Though I was familiar with US druidism and to some degree British it was very interesting to learn about the emergence of Druid groups in continental Europe France in particular Another section was about ceremonies both for holidays and life passages I have read extensively on history and customs surrounding the solstices euinoxes and 4 Celtic fire festivals but these essays still had new things to teach meOne uniue essay compared the 8 holidays with the symbols of the I Ching Erynn Laurie and Mara Freeman discussed the connection of druid to nature and poetry and nature imagery in mythology They argued that druidism can help us overcome our modern alienation from natureThose were among my favorite essays Another essay can't remember author compares the history of Druidry and Witchcraft One key point she demonstrates is that while Witches position themselves as being secretive and alternative or oppositional to the dominant culture including Christianity Druids tend to be public and identify with the establishment They reconcile with Christianity at least in its Celtic influenced varieties Some of the writers espoused beliefs theories that I don't buy into such as ley lines and the idea that Jesus Joseph of Arimathea journeyed to Britain But I enjoy reading about different viewpoints even those I disagree with All in all Rebirth of Druidry serves as a good survey of different forms and aspects of Druidism informative and insightful both for the curious seekerbeginner or the experienced DruidCeltic Pagan


  2. Angie Curtis Angie Curtis says:

    My favorite lines from this book come from the forward and reflect what this book is all about The articles in this collection show that She is as present as She ever has been and perhaps so at this time The Goddess who seduces us with romantic images of magic and mystery at one moment and then repels us with images of the tattered remnants of past ages at the next is trying to lead us beyond the realm of illusion to something substantial enduring and creativeI really enjoyed this book it full of lots of great information and is definitely worth reading


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