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Forums -> Neo-Druidry -> Druidry

Druidry
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Post # 1
Hello I am Morgan and I am looking for where I can find out my about druidry because it seems like the best option for me and the type of person I am any info would be nice
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Re: Druidry
By: / Novice
Post # 2

You should do some research into the organization OBOD (Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids), or BMDO (Black Mountain Druid Order). There are may Groves that offer lessons.

If you're not looking for subscription course, I suggest looking to the covens here on the site. The right one may have articles, and possible even members, who would be able to help you out in your path to discover Druidry.

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Re: Druidry
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Post # 3
Ok thanks
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Re: Druidry
By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
Post # 4
Here's some titles that you might want to find copies of to read:

"The Druidry Handbook: Spiritual Practice Rooted in the Living Earth" by John Michael Greer

"The Book of Druidry" by Ross Nichols

"Principles of Druidry: The Only Introduction You'll Ever Need" by Emma Restall Orr

"The Druid Magic Handbook: Ritual Magic Rooted in the Living Earth" by John Michael Greer and David Spangler

"Bonewits's Essential Guide to Druidism" by Isaac Bonewits and Philip Carr-Gomm

"The Solitary Druid: Walking the Path of Wisdom and Spirit" by Robert Lee Ellison

And for a history of Druidry from Celtic times to the present I would suggest: "The Druids" by Ronald Hutton

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Re: Druidry
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Post # 5
Thanks Lark but I don't have access to books unfortunately all of my research either has to be online or through people
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Re: Druidry
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Post # 6
When i've a questions like this, i just google it.
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Re: Druidry
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Post # 7
Thanks I will do that
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Re: Druidry
By: / Beginner
Post # 8
Ar nDraiocht Fein: A Druid Fellowship is also a good place to go. If you pay the membership fee (which isn't much) you'll have access to the majority of their study materials in pdf format for free. They also have a mentor program that will set you up with a mentor that you can reach over email. Your mentor might also be close enough for you to meet with in person.
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Re: Druidry
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Post # 9
Becareful though sometimes google isn't accurate
So it's best to gather from more than one source
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