by Philip Carr-Gomm - £8.99 Granta Books (2006) paperback
ISBN 13: 9781862078642 | ISBN 10: 1862078645
"Above all else, Druidry means following a spiritual path rooted in the green Earth." (John Michael Greer)
Druidism evolved out of the tribal cultures of Britain, Ireland and western France over two thousand years ago. In the seventeenth century it experienced a revival which has continued to this day.
Druidry's modern worldwide appeal lies in its focus on reverence for the natural world, a belief in the value of personal creativity, and of developing a sense of communion with the powers of nature and the spirit. Its startling recent growth derives from its broad appeal: some treat it as a philosophy, others as a religion, still others as a path of self-development. Philip Carr-Gomm explains the practical value of following Druidism today, and examines its core beliefs and relevance to the contemporary issues that face us all.
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