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Druidcraft: The Magic Of Wicca & Druidry

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In this down-to-earth, inspiring guide, Philip Carr-Gomm offers a name for this Path that draws on the common beliefs and practices of both Druidry and Wicca.
Published September 5th 2002 by Thorsons Publishers
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I listened to the audio version of this book, which is quite well narrated, particularly the story parts. I enjoyed the inclusion of music, but some of the pieces did stretch out the length of the book a bit.

I found the exploration of the ways that Druidry and Wicca interact quite interesting, as I combine elements of both of them already. This is still aimed at someone rather new to the path, but it is quite well crafted, and not overwhelmingly long. I would recommend it if you are interested i
Philip Carr-Gomm, psychologist and one of the leaders of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids, attempts to show a combination of two well-known religious paths in this book: Druidcraft, which draws upon beliefs and practices of both Wicca and Druidry. He does so in a logical and lyrical build-up of seven chapters, and even includes a final chapter on his resources (which is something I really appreciated personally).

Each chapter starts out with a chant or spell that represents the chapter’s the
I think I first read this when I was very new to paganism, and I didn't really understand it then. Now I'm so much further and enjoyed reading it very much. The way Wicca and duidery are connected in the book really opened my eyes to the various different pagan paths that all havo commonalities but practice in a different way. It's more about finding what you resonate with.
At least the way the book is structured and written resonates with me. The poems, the myths, the dialogue and the history ar
A clever book, if a bit campy with the 2nd person walk-through. It may be alright for some, and I understand why it was used, but it detracts from the book, in my opinion. I like the use of clips from different myths, legends, and folklore to illustrate some points, but it was written with such an idyllic vision of a sacred/learning space that I kept waiting for the unicorns to stroll in.

If you've ever considered blending Druidry and Wicca, or are even interested in the concept, it's a good book
Nov 06, 2008 Kelly rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone intrested in druidry and wicca
i liked this book alot.great if your interested in blending both paths.I honestly love all of philip's work.
The audiobook version is priceless.
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Philip Carr-Gomm was born in London, raised in Notting Hill Gate, and educated at Westminster School and University College London.

He met his first spiritual teacher, Ross Nichols, the founder of The Order of Bards Ovates & Druids, when he was 11. He began studying with him when a teenager, and joined the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids at 18. He studied meditation with Olivia Robertson in Ir
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