Exploring Celtic Druidism

Ancient Magick and Rituals for Personal Empowerment

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"Similarly, in Exploring Celtic Druidism: Ancient Magick and Rituals for Personal Empowerment, Sirona Knight (Dream Magick) reviews the history, beliefs and celebrations of the Celtic Gwyddonic Druid tradition, of which she has been a third-degree craftmaster for more than 13 years. She describes Druidism's eight Great Days of the year, offers instructions in performing the five magical Druid works and explains how readers can achieve a greater sense of self through this ancient religion. Druidism is based on a communion with nature and oneness with the universe. Moreover, it is a religion that honors both gods and goddesses, the latter a popular New Age subject among women in particular, which Knight credits as contributing to renewed enthusiasm for Druidism." --Publishers Weekly, Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.
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Book Details

Pages

240 Pages

Size

6 x 9

Format

Trade Paperback

Pub. Date

02/15/2001

ISBN

978-1-56414-489-8

Publisher

Red Wheel Weiser

Authors

You’ll learn what Druidism is and how to practice it to achieve a more positive and enriching life. Included are instructions for gathering your ritual tools, choosing a craft name, and more.
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"Similarly, in Exploring Celtic Druidism: Ancient Magick and Rituals for Personal Empowerment, Sirona Knight (Dream Magick) reviews the history, beliefs and celebrations of the Celtic Gwyddonic Druid tradition, of which she has been a third-degree craftmaster for more than 13 years. She describes Druidism's eight Great Days of the year, offers instructions in performing the five magical Druid works and explains how readers can achieve a greater sense of self through this ancient religion. Druidism is based on a communion with nature and oneness with the universe. Moreover, it is a religion that honors both gods and goddesses, the latter a popular New Age subject among women in particular, which Knight credits as contributing to renewed enthusiasm for Druidism." --Publishers Weekly, Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.