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"Within an oral tradition such as Druidry, those who write of its teachings tread a fine line, yet in this book Myers succeeds. For with gentle clarity, he writes as if telling stories, not only of myth, folklore and Celtic history, but also of and for our Celtic present. With his words, he inspires, calling the reader to breathe in the songs of the ancestors, and so to sing those songs with both a celebratory pride and a profound relevance for today." Emma Restall Orr, Joint Chief of the British Druid Order Author, Principles of Druidry and Druid Priestess
"Cathbad's The Mysteries of Druidry is an excellent account of this often shrouded topic. He brings a deft touch to this highly informative and illuminating book." Nicholas R Mann, Author, The Isle of Avalon and Druid Magic
Isaac Bonewits is one of the America's most well-known Druidic leaders and teachers. He is the founder of the ADF, the largest Druid organization in the United States. Bonewits is also the author of several books, including Real Magic, The Pagan Man, and Witchcraft: A Concise Guide.
I found myself amazed with the contents of this book.
He encourages the reader not to just go through the motions, but to really learn about the world and invest time in the contemplation of it.
I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in spirituality, Celtic history and mythology or druidry in general.
Brendan Myers has a talent for speaking to the reader as if talking right to you. His imagery and turn of phrase is eloquent and beautiful but down to earth. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Cyn
"Mysticism is the practice of obtaining direct personal connection or unity with the divine force of the universe. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jeff Martin
The beginning of the book was inspiring. I've never felt that close to Celtic mythos before, and the author manages to put me right there in the myth itself, and make it... Read morePublished on October 10, 2012 by Couch
Druidry, as a philosophy and a faith, seems to be aching to find a middle-ground between the history we long for and cannot have, and the modern day connections we need to survive. Read morePublished on May 1, 2012 by Karl Smith
I love this book! So informational! It's very easy to follow, it's rich in history and folklore, and I am glad that I chose this as my first book on the Druids! Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by Ashley Frazier
This is a good book for someone like me who is intrested in but undecided about druidry. I will be re-reading this one several times during my decision makeing process.Published on February 11, 2012 by tarotqueen
Dr. Meyers writes a historical perspective of Druidry as if a biologist might dissect a frog. Her explanations are winded and often good only for an insomniac. Read morePublished on November 7, 2011 by Kenneth S. Goodpaster
After reading all the good reviews i downloaded the kindle version of this book and wasted $10. They did a terrible job publishing it for kindle and it repeats paragraphs and also... Read morePublished on June 26, 2011 by Lisa Kirkley
Ever wondered what it means to be a druid? Is it wearing a long robe and carrying a staff? Is it reciting poetry in a powerful voice while meeting in secret in the darkest places... Read morePublished on May 29, 2008 by Deanna Joseph