Art wrote:I don’t think we can consider Druidry to be purely Welsh unless we take that in the original Anglo-Saxon context of the term referring to the “others” or the indigenous occupants of Britain. Relating it solely to the nation of Cymru just doesn’t fit. When we refer to Druidry in a contemporary sense we’re talking about a vibrant living spiritual tradition unfettered by geographic or cultural borders.
Now with that said, I must confess to a personal affinity for Wales coupled with an infectious and inexplicable hireath. I suppose to some extent Cymru and Cymreag represent the indomitable spirit of the British people around the world. While I suspect this does play into the soul of contemporary Druidry it does not infer that Druidry is purely Welsh.
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