From the Publisher
"An excellent study of the way in which Druid spirituality can inspire and help us today." Philip Carr-Gomm, Chosen Chief of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, author of The Druidcraft Tarot, and Druidcraft
"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
About the Author
Brendan Cathbad Myers has studied and practiced Irish Druidry for more than 12 years. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy, and his articles on Celtic spirituality have been published in numerous journals and magazines in four countries. Originally from Ontario, Canada, he now lives in the west of Ireland. This is his second book.
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.