AtroposHeart wrote:I want to be a Druid, but the problem is my main Goddess is Hestia, who is Greek.
I feel very called to druidry, but wonder if I worship a Greek Goddess that I might be mistaken? I don't think I am, since I do follow most of the Druid beliefs.
I just need to know.
DJ Droood wrote:
It is a very valid question. I don't have a deity, yet feel attracted to modern Druid spirituality, and identify with many of the druid practices and ideas I have come across. I think the answer is yes. If you (or I)want to be a Druid, I think we can, without having a Celtic deity.
I am curious though, does anyone have a resource they would recommend regarding deities
DaRC wrote:I am curious though, does anyone have a resource they would recommend regarding deities
I've always found this article very useful, the Imbas site also has some Celtic deities there
although I agree that OBOD druidry, as a philosophy, has the range from atheist-Druid through the Celtic deities and on into Eclectic-Druid.
I don't work with the Celtic deities particularly (well unless I'm in a modern Celtic country... when in Wales and all that)
Phi 92: You don't even have to like Celtic culture to be a druid.
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