As a large part of my practice revolves around showing my respects I've put together this list of important dates and I thought I'd share it with you. We all remember dates like Samhain and Imbolc…Continue
Something happened last week that has changed my perspective of myself. Having been a family tradition witch, for over 40 years, I have been invited to join a Druid Order, and I've accepted.Changing…Continue
Hiya,Last night as I lay in my bed trying to get to sleep, I was gazing up into the nightsky, and as I did, I let my mind wander...I noticed a black form appear in the midst of 2 massive white clouds…Continue
So here we are, looking at October's end already, and the start of a new Witches year on November the 1st already not that far off into the future... and the Druids' calling in me seems to have subsided with the end of the sunny days...
I am still reading some Druidic literature, and contacting some of my Druidic friends, but that initial wave (or was it more like a Tsunami?) of enthusiasm I felt in the first few months has passed by, and now it feels more like a safety net than a…Continue
My Druidry is all about connections.
1) My connection with myself.
Might sound a bit odd, that, but something I learned from day one was I was not fully connected to me.
I know one of the aims of a witch is to know thyself, and I really thought I did, but it emerged as I studied Druidry further, I was not as fully connected to what makes me tick as I assumed I was.
I was being…Continue
It would take me forever and a day to post that word for word so I'll have to some it up.
I will refer to the index page I made, in volume one.
In volume one:-
2) What is modern Druidry?
3) What do modern Druids believe?
4) How does modern Druidry work?
In volume two:-
1) What's where?
2) Who's who?
3) How are modern Druids organized?
4) What do modern Druids do?
That my Druid Book of Doom, now in five volumes, is filppin' heavy!
Seriously though, there's a lot more to being a Modern Druid than I ever anticipated.
For a start, when I decided to become a Druid, I had this idea stuck in my head that I'd simply be wearing white robes, and find myself standing in circles at Stonehenge on the Solstices,
perhaps banging on a drum, or handing out ivy crowns, bits of ceremonial cake, or whatever.
Maybe muttering a…Continue