wolfsbane wrote:What makes one group better than the other?
Why should i feel so unwelcome on sites that a reportedly based around my spiritual beliefs?
What difference does it make if my chosen group is based on 19th century ideals or 20th century?
Am i just reading to much into all this and should get on with Gwers 12 and stop putting it off
which personaly made me feel about as welcome as snow in summer
wolfsbane wrote:Now having been a druidic follower for many many years i was troubled to find out that what i have always thought of as a spiritual belief isnt really its a Religion with Dogma. There was a huge piece that i read through about the differences between ADF & OBOD and how the beliefs of OBOD were not accurate and the beliefs of ADF were so now im confused.
Love & Light
wolf560 wrote:OADA= AODA
My apologies or the typo....
Lailoken wrote:My biggest question that I would like to have answered from these people is; since we know so little about the original Druids, how can one reconstruct ancient Druidry as a full, workable system and have any claim of authenticity? I just don't think it can be done.
Wow, that kind of reaction from AODA seems surprising, not like I have any experience with them, mind you. I've read JMGs books, and many of the articles on the website, and I never got the impression that AODA had such an absolutist, dogma-like attitude.
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