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The Druid Way Made Easy

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Graeme K Talboys has been Druid for a long time. An encounter with a spirit in a beech grove fifty years ago convinced him that the eye rarely sees all there is to see. A few years later he realised there were ways to discover more about those other worlds amongst the trees. The word Druid didn't drift into his consciousness until he was a teenager, but by then he was alre ...more
Unknown Binding, 93 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by John Hunt Publishing (first published May 16th 2011)
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A great introduction to the Druid Way as proposed by Graeme K. Talboys. If you read this and think this might be your path then you should also read the more expanded version of this booklet: Way of the Druid: Renaissance of a Celtic Religion and its Relevance
Yvonne Ryves
As a complete novice regarding Druidry I found The Druid Way to be an excellent introduction and overview.

Talboys looks initially at the background of Druidry through the Celts and Celtic metaphysics before looking specifically at what the 'Inner World', 'Outer World' and Other World' mean from the perspective of a Druid. Finally he writes about what he calls the Druid Way i.e Druidism in the modern world, and the purpose of ceremony and ritual.

I really appreciated the fact that the author dealt
the best introduction for those new to druidry, that I have thus far seen. Highly recommended.
Joshua Allerton
This booklet is a booklet. It's brief and in places, too brief. It is informative on a low level, but does little to intrigue the mind to research further. You are required little knowledge about paganism before reading this, but you soon see that your knowledge is simply being fed back to you. The writing is good, which is why I am giving it 2 stars, but the content seems to be all over the place. The author has written another book on the subject which is longer. Although I personally haven't ...more
Emma-Jayne Saanen
A nice introduction to 'Celtic-influenced' Druidry. The writing is all over the place though, so it could have done with better editing.
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