The Druid Renaissance Philip Carr-Gomm

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Published: 1996

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303 pages


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The Druid Renaissance  by  Philip Carr-Gomm

The Druid Renaissance by Philip Carr-Gomm
1996 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 303 pages | ISBN: | 6.63 Mb

The Druid tradition lies at the heart of Western spirituality and today it is experiencing a renaissance unprecedented in its long history. The Druids, like the Native Americans and Aborigines, revere and respect the earth. They see Nature as theirMoreThe Druid tradition lies at the heart of Western spirituality and today it is experiencing a renaissance unprecedented in its long history.

The Druids, like the Native Americans and Aborigines, revere and respect the earth. They see Nature as their teacher and mother. Today, Druidry offers a spiritual way that includes an understanding of healing, creativity and the need to place our love for the land at the centre of our lives.

Drawn together in this collection are contributions from Druid Chiefs from Britain, France and America together with writers and mystics, healers and psychologists, professors and historians, which express the excitement and breadth of the modern Druid renaissance.

This book is a celebration of the flowering of a tradition that is ancient yet ever-new.



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