Posts Tagged ‘ Druidry ’

Lessons in Magic – The course with Philip Carr-Gomm

Dec 17th, 2018 | By

Psychologist and magician Philip Carr-Gomm has created a fabulous online course called Lessons in Magic.  It is based on his 2017 book, Lessons in Magic: A Guide to Making Your Dreams Come True. (See my review of the book in the blog entry for 31st October 2018.)  This course is a natural extension of the

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Pretty Land But It Can Kill You…Memories of Iceland

Nov 15th, 2018 | By

Well, it has been a while and quite a lot has happened in my life. Some of it awesome, some of it mundane, some of it not so great. For the last five to six weeks I have been dealing with a bout of pneumonia which included an eight-day stay in the emergency room. That

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Why Devotional Practice? A Personal Perspective….

Sep 2nd, 2018 | By

Every so often, I receive little questions from folks asking about my opinion on this issue or that issue within the broader online Pagan community. Sprinkled in with those questions come the occasional queries on why I do this or what I do for that within my own personal approach to Paganism, Polytheism and/or Druidry.

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In the Beginning (Remembering My First Ritual)

Jul 26th, 2018 | By

Everybody remembers his or her first time, right? That first kiss, magickal or not. The first time you drove a long-distance trip without your parents. Right? Well, this post is about one of those first-time moments, and for me, it was definitely not one of those “magickal” moments. This is about my first group ritual

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Brendan Howlin Video

Jul 20th, 2018 | By

In this video, Moon Books author Brendan Howlin talks to Legalise Freedom about urban Druidry   Brendan Howlin is a Druid grade member of the order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD). He has been a Senior International Tutor for Bards and Ovates for 14 years, and Science Correspondent for Touchstone, the journal of OBOD

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Are the Gods Set in Stone?

Jul 10th, 2018 | By

I had something completely different in mind when I started writing this particular blog post. On Facebook, I had asked for folks to say something about a topic that they wanted me to write about. One individual asked me to take an animal spirit into account and see how much it changes around the world.

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Songs with Nimue Brown

Jun 28th, 2018 | By

Moon books author Nimue Brown is also an occasional song writer. Here’s some of the Pagan material she’s posted to youtube… Turn with the year – chanting about the seasons.   3 drops of inspiration – all about the Druidry.   Raised upon these hills – a lovesong to a landscape  



Modern-Day Storyteller and “New” Myth

Jun 24th, 2018 | By

Stories are a huge part of our world-wide culture. As Pagans, we tend to utilize this in our rituals, around the evening and night-time fires, and even in the lessons and lectures that the brave souls who attend conferences provide. We have stories all around us. The Fantasy and Science Fiction books on our shelves,

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Australian Druidry and Seeking the Sacred in Your Own Landscapes

May 31st, 2018 | By

Julie Brett’s Australian Druidry: Connecting with the Sacred Landscape is quite a remarkable work. Having now read this book twice, I am astounded by the depth of the material on how her Druidry dovetails within her relationships with the land she lives in. The description and details of her own work could easily be utilized

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Gaeilge for Druids

May 28th, 2018 | By

A significant challenge on my Druid path has been the pronunciation of Irish words and names.  Fortunately, Dublin City University now offers free online Irish classes.  They do it through an educational platform called FutureLearn (www.Futurelearn.com), which was founded in 2012 by The Open University/UK.  Should documentation for CPD be required, one may purchase a

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