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The Druid’s Door

A poem by Druid Foxx The Druid pathway beckons, will you walk through that door?Out of your humble home and into the forrests of yore? Will you sit beneath an oak tree? Will you listen to the birds?Will you feel the landscape calling and singing without words? Will you seek to sooth your spirit by... Continue Reading →

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Llewellyn’s Sabbat Essentials Imbolc

Llewllyn's Sabbat Essentials Imbolc is a guide to the Wiccan and neopagan holiday of Imbolc, also called feast of Brigid or oimelc. This holiday occurs halfway between winter solstice and vernal equinox, usually around February 1 or 2, and is a celebration of the beginning of spring and new beginnings. This book is well researched... Continue Reading →

Sun Bread

Sun Bread by Elisa Kleven is a delightful children's book about a baker who misses the sun so much after a long gloomy winter that she decides to make her own, out of bread. With cheerful rhymes and charming illustrations this book takes readers on an imaginative trip to a town filled with different kinds... Continue Reading →

Loki and Sigyn

Loki and Sigyn by Lea Svendsen is a book about two often overlooked or rejected gods of Norse mythology, Loki and his wife Sigyn. Beginning with a detailed account of all the times the character of Loki and Sigyn appear in story, myth, and legend in Nordic lands and moving on to his treatment by... Continue Reading →

Grandad’s Prayers of the Earth

Grandad's Prayers of the Earth by Douglas Wood illustrated by P.J. Lynch is a touching and inspiring earth focused story about a boy learning from his grandfather what it means to pray. From his grandfather the boy learns that trees pray, rocks pray, streams pray, and people pray, each in a special way and through... Continue Reading →

Tarot for Real Life

Tarot for Real Life by Jack Chanek is an introductory book on the art of Tarot reading. It contains a brief description of Tarot and its uses, detailed meanings and interpretation for each card, layouts, advice for interpretation, and practice scenarios that you can try. The language used was clear and easy to read and... Continue Reading →

Thanks for Druid New Year Ritual

Druids of the Divine would like to thank all those who joined us (in person and in spirit) for our winter new year ritual. May our fellowship today bring you comfort and may the divine bless you in all your endeavors. Peace!

Druid New Year Ritual

Druids of the Divine will be holding a midwinter/new year ritual tomorrow, Jan 7, at 1 pm. Contact us by email through the Druid's Den contact page for the exact meeting location or to receive a copy of the ritual so you can join us in spirit. Peace! Peace! Peace!

A Dark History: Celts

A Dark History: Celts by Martin J. Dougherty explores the history and legacy of the Celtic tribes from the Iron age through the Roman era and up to the medieval and Viking era. This book primarily tracks the Celts through archeological finds, historical writings, and mythology. The book contains chapters on Celtic society, art and... Continue Reading →

Tarot and the Archetypal Journey

Tarot and the Archetypal Journey by Sallie Nichols is a guide to the major arcana of the classic tarot deck as they relate to the archetypes explored by the psychologist Carl Jung. With a chapter dedicated to each of the 22 major arcana this book breaks down each card's meaning and symbolism and goes into... Continue Reading →

When One Religin isn’t Enough

When One Religion isn't Enough by Duane R Bidwell explores the lives and practices of what the author calls spiritually fluid people. These are people who practice or beleive elements from more than one religious or spiritual tradition. The author comes from a Christian and Buddhist background and makes the disclaimer that though he attempts... Continue Reading →

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