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Druids and Druidry

A group for neopagan, mesopagan, and reconstructionist druids, or those just interested in learning more.

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Latest Activity: May 22

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Comment by Druidesse on July 7, 2013 at 1:12am

Jesus, the prophet was born in and of the jewish community.  More than likely if anything he would learn of their teachings and quite possibly what is now known as Qabala.  I seriously doubt he had any experience with "Druids".  He may have seen or met Egyptians.  There's always a shred of truth in old myths and legends of which the Bible is part of.  Written centuries after his death, one can understand how stories passed down could get twisted in the truth, and or embellished.  They tend to be seen from the one writing its own perspective as well.  Then you have the fact that its been translated from an old language into our modern one.  What's the truth? ::::shrug:::: who knows, but they aren't bad books to live life by, just not worth dying for.

Comment by Coryllus on May 19, 2013 at 2:14pm

For all we know Jesus may have been more of a Druid, than what they subsequently called a Christian. His great enlightenment was said to have taken place in the wilderness of the natural world. Mind you, same can be said of Mohammed, Moses and Buddha.

Comment by Tegwedd ShadowDancer on May 18, 2013 at 7:56pm

Is that even possible?

Comment by Darkcryst the Druid on April 5, 2013 at 10:43pm
Comment by Raven Silvermoon on March 15, 2012 at 7:01pm

Merry meet, I'm new to the group and to druidism, and interested in learning more about it. My name is Raven Silvermoon (aka Robert) I'm 32 and live in Nebraska. I am currently seeking someone to teach me in the path and in Celtic Wicca. Since I found my true path from what one I was on, that of wizardry. So I am familiar with the craft some what and paganism/wicca.  -Blessed be Raven

Comment by Tegwedd ShadowDancer on September 13, 2011 at 1:14pm
That's because men have ruled for thousands of years, and women are only now starting to get our power back.  Who specifically is sexist towards men?  I can think of only one, Z Budapest, and due to her history, she has good reasons for despising men.
Comment by Gwydion Raventhorn on September 13, 2011 at 6:20am
I admit the flake Douglas Munroe gets leaves me a bit off...

Yes he is sexist against women. Yet I never hear anyone speak out against Pagan authors who are sexist against men with anything NEAR this kind of passion.
Comment by Steve Corbett on September 11, 2011 at 10:32am

I just joined the site and found this group. I join and the last post thats up states my feelings on 2 of the books that started my way on this path perfectly. Ive been a practicing solitary for over 10 years now and feel its tim eI start meeting other like minded people. I think I have.


Comment by Tegwedd ShadowDancer on August 20, 2011 at 3:02pm
Don't you mean ADF?  That's the way to do it.  Also look into Henge of Keltria.  I got into Druidry as kind of a fluke.  When I was back east in Minnesota for awhile, I met Isaac Bonewits, and he introduced me to Druidry.  I read the Chronicles of the RDNA, and became a 2nd Order Reformed Druid.  I then became a 3rd Order Druid in 1975.  I did most of my reading long after I'd become a 3rd.  Two books to stay away from:  The 21 Lessons of Merlyn  and The Lost Books of Merlyn  by Douglas Munroe. Not only are the books fictional, but he is a confirmed misogynist and sexist, a male chauvinist pig.  I don't know whether he's written anything since those 2 crummy books, but stay away from that author.
Comment by Tegwedd ShadowDancer on August 17, 2011 at 10:33am
Of course it's possible! You just need a regular order of ritual. You play all the parts in the ritual yourself. I know a woman who has been a solitary Druid for a number of years. She's in NRDNA, so she follows the basic Order of service with just a few changes.

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