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Druid Power: Celtic Faerie Craft & Elemental Magic

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Call forth dragons and feel the ancient songs of the Celts stirring in your blood. Access the deep wisdom of the Druidic orders and reclaim the Elemental gifts of the Otherworld. Become a spiritual warrior of the Celtic Craft-a Dragon-Rider.
The dragon is a symbolic representation of the alchemist's or magician's works of power. "Druid Power" presents techniques for self-t
Paperback, 288 pages
Published June 8th 2004 by Llewellyn Publications (first published June 1st 2004)
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Lisa Mitchem
Dec 09, 2014 Lisa Mitchem rated it it was amazing
I don't really understand the negative reviews that this book has received(here, and on Amazon). I picked this book up when I first decided to embrace my spiritual path. At the time, I had no preconception of what this book should be; I simply read it. I rather enjoyed the imagery evoked from reading it, and it helped me further understand the importance of the elements and the traditional imagery used for them. I guess I try to find the good in a book as opposed to the bad. And yes, I still lea ...more
Robyn Lynn
Jun 27, 2012 Robyn Lynn rated it it was ok
This book was very difficult to read. It is extremely repetitive in structure. Example: "Here we find the elemental fibers, the threads that create the weave of the Celt in pure connection to Nature. Here we find the elements of Nature in their original form-the archetypes of Nature. Here we find the elements of Nature and the elements of the Celt reflecting a shared origin, a shared consciousness, and a shared sense of sovereignty. They reflect a spiritual symbiotic relationship, a mystical con ...more
May 20, 2015 Kathy rated it liked it
Shelves: paganism
This book is great for astral traveling or for meditation. I wouldn't really call it Celtic shamanism because there aren't any ego deaths or transitions but there is a lot of work with the elements. Also the book implies that the reader has a concept of Celtic deities. I also don't like the author's treatmeant of the crone or death deities. As usual people are scared shitless of death deities like the Morrighan. I would not suggest this book if you know nothing about Celtic mythology or if you a ...more
Daniel Greider
Jan 23, 2014 Daniel Greider rated it really liked it
Shelves: pagan-witchcraft
Lots of history and fun stuff.
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I put this book down within the first chapter because I felt the author was excessivly biased about the subject matter. At the time I was looking for historical information about Druids, and this book is definitely in the neo-pagan literature; which is not a bad thing, it's just not what I wanted. I haven't picked it up since.
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