Trying to decide on a good Druidry book was looking at the path of druidry Penny Billington and the mysteries of druidry Brendon cathbad myers.has anyone purchased either of these books and if so could tell me the best one to get.
Re: Druidry books
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Jun 28, 2015
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I can't recommend the one by Penny Billington. Brendon Myers is a pretty reliable author and if you're referring to the book he co-wrote with Isaac Bonewits it would probably be a good choice. But here are some books I'd recommend:
"The Druidry Handbook: Spiritual Practice Rooted in the Living Earth" by John Michael Greer
"The Druid Magic Handbook: Ritual Magic Rooted in the Living Earth" by John Michael Greer and David Spangler
"Living Druidry : Magical Spirituality for the Wild Soul" by Emma Restall Orr
"Druid Mysteries: Ancient Wisdom for the 21st Century" by Philip Carr-Gomm
Blood And Mistletoe: The History of Druids in Britain - Ronald Hutton
The Druids - Peter Ellis Beresford
Glamoury - Magic of the Celtic Green World - Steve Blamires
Druid Animal Oracle - Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gom
The Druid Way - Philip Carr-Gom
A Druid's Herbal for the Sacred Earth - Ellen Evert-Hopman
Celtic Gods, Celtic Goddesses - R.J. Stewart
You can also find more info and more books here:
Honestly the book on druidry I've read is the Druidry Handbook by John Micheal Greer, and I found it a great tool, with a ton of useful knowledge!
In the druid group ADF there is a list of books to read and write reports on. A few of these are; Pagan Celtic Britain by Anne Ross, Celtic heritage by Rees, A brief history of Druids by Ellis and The druids by Piggott.