Way of the Druid : Rebirth of an Ancient Religion
A thorough explanation of Celtic history and beliefs is followed by an analysis of their view and its modern relevance. After all, it's the religion we all used to follow in the West. Massively comprehensive but very accessible, all students of religion and serious seekers will find this definitive guide to what Druid means and how to be one today.
- Paperback | 424 pages
- 146 x 228 x 22mm | 439.98g
- 04 May 2006
- John Hunt Publishing
- O Books
- New Alresford, United Kingdom
'Graeme finds the words that so many of us have difficulty in finding. It's written for those who would like to learn more of Druidry, I think that anyone on the Druid path would also gain a great deal from reading this book.' - Pauline Kennedy Allan, joint co-ordinator of Caer Clud and organiser of DruidCon; 'Enjoyable and revelatory...goes into closely argued debate on the nature of belief, religion and the Celtic metaphysic. Should be on library shelves-public and academic - and on the personal shelves of all those who already call themselves Druid.' - Liz Murray, Liaison officer, Council of British Druid Orders
About Graeme K. Talboys
Graeme K. Talboys has degrees in philosophy and education, and is the author of a number of titles on museum education. He has been Druid for more than thirty years, both as member of an Order and for much longer as a Hedge Druid. He lives in Ayrshire in the UK.