Druid Wisdom (14 May 2016)

Modern Druidism has a recorded history of about three hundred years, and is inspired by the little we know about the ancient Druids. But what wisdom can we find today in the teachings of the Druids, ancient and modern?

Philip Carr-Gomm, the author of a number of books on Druidry, and leader of the Order of Bards Ovates & Druids, spoke about the wisdom Druidry can provide in the contemporary world and looked at the way Druid teachings are organised into three streams, each with their own special fields of enquiry, and into various bodies of animal, plant and seasonal lore.

Click here for a recording of Philip's talk

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