One way to limit the problems of a hierarchical structure in a congregation, chapter or coven is to operate by consensus. This will reduce the tendency to ignore the minority opinions.
Some sort of term limitation also helps insure that president, moderator, chair and HPS are not seen as hereditary positions.
Well, this depends on which Druids we're talking about. The Druids of Roman times (and before) were Celtic Polytheists of which almost nothing is known. The Druids which have become active since the 1970's are/were Celtic neo-Pagans. The Druids from the 17th Century thru the early 1900's were .... for the most part unitarian Christians for whom reverence for the Sun and reverence for the Son were pretty much interchangeable. The Gorsedd Prayer was written by a Unitarian Evangelist Iolo Morganwg who set up Unitarian societies all over Wales. In Britain, druidry still has a substantial interfaith appeal which involves such people as the Archbishop of Canterbury among other Church of England clergy.
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