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I'm curios about this...
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well, I have been curious about this for some time now, are green and sea witchcraft considered part of the druid path or no? I am curious because druids focus solely on nature related magick, so would green craft and sea craft be considered part of that also? I just wanted to ask, because I am extremely connected to both green and sea craft and I wanted to know if they are separate paths or part of a much bigger one.
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Re: I'm curios about this...
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Druidry is a religion or philosophy that often promotes harmony and worship of nature, and respect for all beings, including the environment. It was reconstructed in the 19th century after the Druids of Celtic cultures.

Green and Sea witchcraft is secular. It can fit into many paradigms, and is focused around nature/plant craftings, and sea-based craftings.

So a Druid can be a sea or green witch, but not all such witches are druids, just as not all druids are such. In fact, few druids consider themselves witches at all.
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Re: I'm curios about this...
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it's like saying you're a kitchen witch, you may follow a specific religion [say Druid] but your main magickal study/practice is combining energy and herbs to create food that is also magickal.

you could follow the one path [call yourself a green witch] but as far as i'm aware with these titles, it's not a religion, it's a practice. nothing wrong with that, but if you wanted to combine your spiritual belief with the magickal practice you can. if you are an atheist, or still unsure of your spiritual path, but you want to preform sea witchcraft, you can.
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