3 Sacred Sites for Druids

While modern archaeology has largely established that the majority of stone monuments and sacred sites that are now commonly referred to as Druid’s altars, druid’s temples and stone circles are in fact much older than the earliest known druids who lived during the first few centuries before Christ.

Some of these ancient sites date back to 2000 BCE. Despite this, many Druids are instinctively drawn to the sacred energy and mystical power that inhabits these ancient sites. Continue reading 3 Sacred Sites for Druids

4 Significant Crystals & Stones in Druidism

Following the Druidic way of life means promoting connection, harmony and reverence for the natural world. Modern Druidism places huge importance on respecting all beings and the environment, as well as honouring the beauty, power and bounty of nature.

So it makes sense that throughout history, Druids have had a strong belief in the power of stones and crystals found in nature. Continue reading 4 Significant Crystals & Stones in Druidism

Modern Druid Magic – An Overview

Let’s Explore Modern Druid Magic

Paganism in the modern age is often associated with magic. It’s difficult not to make this association, especially with Pagan beliefs such as witchcraft and Wicca.

In the case of Druidism, the rules and understandings of magic differ slightly, having a much more subtle affect on the surroundings of the druid as opposed to the fire and brimstone that many have come to associate with a concept like magic. Continue reading Modern Druid Magic – An Overview

How to Become a Druid and Follow Your Spiritual Path

Are you a Druid? Do you want to become a Druid? Does the path choose you or do you choose it? There is no one answer to these questions and as with all paths there will be many opinions.

People who feel that Druidry is part of who you are from birth, like your feet or your kidneys and others who believe that it is something you can come to at any time in your life. Continue reading How to Become a Druid and Follow Your Spiritual Path

What Druidry is Not

For me, being a Druid does not entail an abundance of white robes, a practice of creeping around beneath the pines and finding ways into and out of gorse bushes where only the deer and I tread.

I don’t howl at the seashore in the rain, or bellow in the heart of the forest when the moon is full. Besides the badgers and mosquitoes, this kind of living just wouldn’t suit me. Continue reading What Druidry is Not