Druids of the World

Druids of the World is for Druids of Every Order and of every tradition, Neo Pagan, Reconstructionist, so on and so forth. This group is for everyone. This group is not for tradition bashing, or im right your wrong type of discourse.

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What is your Tradition

Started by Rev Sylvanus Treewalker. Last reply by MoonCrone Apr 24, 2014. 8 Replies

Here you can talk about the varying Druid Orders and there Traditions, From OBOD, to AODA, to RDNA to ADF, so on and so on.…Continue

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Not one to brag,

Started by MoonCrone. Last reply by MoonCrone Sep 19, 2013. 5 Replies

but may I share my celebrations with you all please?On 24/8/2013 I passed my one year and a day as a druid novice (acorn level) and rose to rank of sapling!Incoming e-mail from my local ArchDruid…Continue

Monoliths, and other sacred sites.

Started by MoonCrone. Last reply by MoonCrone Jan 11, 2013. 6 Replies

Hiya,Over here in the UK, the Druids are most strongly associated with Stonehenge, I think,but I myself have not been there much at all since they fenced it all in and turned it into something of a…Continue

Druids Bards and Ovates and Robes

Started by Selenah Awrin. Last reply by Selenah Awrin Jan 30, 2012. 4 Replies

Ok so I was researching druidism/Celtic craft today and I have some questions based on what I have found so farI was looking at the 3 different 'aspects' of Celticism as in the Druid's Bard's and…Continue

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Comment by MoonCrone on July 7, 2014 at 7:20

It's awfully quiet in here, just popping by to say Hi and hope you are all doing well  /|\

Comment by GreenWolf on December 17, 2012 at 13:12


I would like to take a moment to introduce myself. I have been a solitary religious witch for many years, and have recently felt a calling to something...different. I have always had an interest in druidism, but am now starting to feel more of a pull. I am currently looking for information, and for people with whom to discuss various aspects of the Path, and to help me figure out who I am and where I am being led.

Brightest Blessings!

Comment by Aaron on March 26, 2012 at 15:05

i been in the group for a few weeks.  everyone logs in and checks but not a whole lot of posting.

Comment by Selenah Awrin on January 29, 2012 at 13:37

I may not be druid perse but I have an interest in Celtic magicks and in druids and ovates. Its a possible path for me someday possibly. depends on how I grow and learn and also druidism also feels fairly natural to me.

Comment by MoonCrone on December 22, 2011 at 5:22

Greetings to everyone, I just joined the group, so I thought I would drop in and introduce myself. 

I am not strictly Druid myself, but many of the beliefs and ways of the Druid are "natural" to me. 

Where I live in West Wales UK there are some wonderful Druids who I feel Blessed to know.  They support and encourrage my learning and I am very grateful for that.  I was fortunate enough to attend a Samhain ritual in the Roundhouse at Swansea in October where we made and shared soup into which we called for Awen to enter it to inspire us, I believed it worked as I was able to write some poems, my harp playing has come on in leaps and bounds since then, and my sewing is improving no end. 

I come in peace, and wish you well, and look forward to watching this group grow. 

Love MoonCrone xx

Comment by Lilia on December 18, 2011 at 15:03

Greetings to all! I am new to this site and also relatively new to druidry (still researching and learning to find my path) and am so excited to find a forum here where I can learn and exchange ideas as well.

Comment by Rev Sylvanus Treewalker on November 29, 2011 at 18:26

Welcome to our new Members


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