Discussion & Politics

Empowerment Through Environmentalism

“Every day the clock resets... Your failures don’t matter. Don’t stress on what was, fight for what could be.” – Sean Higgins In the last few years, I’ve found that my call to serve as a Druid has increasingly brought me into contact with the Green Party. Last autumn I became press officer for my… Continue reading Empowerment Through Environmentalism

Discussion & Politics

Reflections on Balance in Celtic Traditions During Challenging Times

“Balance is key, without balance there’s conflict , a battle between positivity and negativity.” – Brian Benjamin Sotomayor Spud Murphy recently launched a fundraiser and raised an astounding 26,000 zl over a week for Ukranian refugees. His local refugee welcome center is now as prepared as they can be and we offer a huge congratulations… Continue reading Reflections on Balance in Celtic Traditions During Challenging Times

Discussion & Politics

Doing Better

“Doing better” is a phrase I have been using a lot recently. Over the last few months and years, it has become increasingly important to me to understand how Druidry works in terms of our relationship with Indigenous traditions. As an Australian Druid this means learning about Aboriginal culture and the expectations there are for… Continue reading Doing Better

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Perspective On Culture in the Celtic Paganism and Modern Druidry Community

Carnac Stones, Brittany, France This is the most emotionally raw article I've likely ever posted. Firstly, I should say I've been active in the modern Druidry and Celtic pagan community since I first got on facebook back in 2011. Before that I was completely solitary, living through books and my imagination since my teens over… Continue reading Perspective On Culture in the Celtic Paganism and Modern Druidry Community