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The Elements of the Druid Tradition [Anglais] [Broché]

Philip Carr-Gomm

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The only introduction you'll ever need! 23 juin 1998
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The current chief of the Order of Bards Ovates & Druids, the world's largest druid order today, presents a concise and easy-to-read introduction and history of what has become modern druidry. There are no attempts to pretensiously link the current movement with the ancient past and the author portrays a likely evolution of the celtic priesthood without resorting to so-called secret texts, lost documents, or wild speculations -- just the facts as known. This work also discusses the three grades within modern druidry, providing a reasonable description of how each functioned, and then compares the current thread with other neo-pagan movements emerging in the second half of the 20th century, such as Wicca. Above all it dispells the myths written mainly by the Romans over the past two millennia. For the open-minded. Read it and see!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A wonderful way to understand modern Druidry 10 janvier 1999
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Many of the myths and misinformation that has surrounded modern Druidry are dispelled in this succinct presentation of the Druid tradition by one of the foremost authorities on Druidry. Along with this study of the history and founding spirituality of classical times are some very practical modern exercises at the end of each chapter that the reader can readily apply to his/her everyday life.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Clear description of Druidism at the point of 1991. 24 septembre 2014
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This is a wonderfully clear, focused presentation of the nature and history of Druidism. The author knows what he wants to say and gets to the point, Mr. Carr-Gomm is articulate, he writes in an interesting manner and he is obviously 'smart as a whip.' That clearly helps. He doesn't have inflexible thinking about what Druids are or should be. This I believe is his first book so it will be fun to watch the evolution of his thinking as Druidism and Wicca catch on in the world. Full of knowledge and inspiration. One could call this an academic text since Philip Carr-Gomm is considered an expert on Druidism and he clearly credits everything he presents. Highly recommend this.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is the best book I have ever read. 27 janvier 1998
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This book has changed my life forever! I reccomend it to anyone who has any religous questions. This book will lead you on the right path. I would suggest that everyone read this book. After reading this book I now have a deeper feeling of purpose. READ THIS BOOK!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 This book has three major problems 25 novembre 2002
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1. Revisionist history. The author postulates that Wicca and Druidry has endured more than 1000 years of persecution. This may be true for Druidry, but Wicca has only been around for that past 53 years.
Wicca did not exist until Gerald Gardner wrote his series of books after the anti-witchcraft laws were overturned in England. From my studies; Wicca appears to be a combination of mental mysticism, Freemasonry, and Witchcraft.
2. This author completely ignores the tools used in Druidry.
3. I believe this author read too much Wiccan literature and incorporated it into his vision of Druidry.
Wiccans believe in both a God and Goddess, Druids acknowledge a single creator (based on other druid material I have read).
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