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Garth admires Elaine's work at Wildways in Shropshire

All over the world members are creating wonderful projects, artwork, books, poetry and music, and this blog is a space for telling others about your work, or posting about any subject relevant to Druidry or the spiritual quest.

If you are an OBOD member and would like to post here, just email blogs@druidry.org include photos, purchasing information if applicable, your web site, contact information, and any other relevant data, and we’ll post it as soon as we can.

In addition, in this section we announce the latest additions and changes to the website to help you keep up to date.

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"The Magic of the Winter Solstice-sacred celebrations for nature's ever turning wheel" by Danu Forest
published by Watkins-out now

An amazing new magazine was launched earlier this year by OBOD members – Druid: On Being an American Druid. And now the Fall edition has just come out – it’s free, it’s online and in full colour, has embedded video, and this edition is packed – with 97 pages of great contributions from around the world.

‘Ah, faeries, dancing under
the Moon,
A Druid land, a Druid tune!
While still I may, I write
for you
The love I lived, the dream I
knew.’ WB Yeats

A wonderful initiative from a member in the Netherlands:
dearest friends and loved ones,

When the time of the new Moon approaches, I watch the sky in the early morning for that last sight of her as she prepares to rise with the Sun, soon to be lost in his bright arms.

waning Moon

A Full Moon, a Blue Moon on July 31!

This little light of mine

I’m going to let it shine

Oh, this little light of mine

I’m going to let it shine…

Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine!

Dear friends, 
With great pleasure, we announce the launch of Druid Magazine,
www.druidmagazine.com <http://www.druidmagazine.com/>, the OBOD members’ publication
on American Druidry. An amazing team of talented editors, writers, authors, and
artists worked very hard to birth this creation. We hope you enjoy reading and
interacting with the magazine as much as we loved developing it for our community.
Please send us your feedback. And consider joining the team! In addition to

Following the success of workshops held in England last year, and in the Netherlands this year, we are very pleased to announce the creation of a new training course for members interested in celebrancy work. We’ve chosen the format of a small group meeting together for two hours once a week for six weeks. This will give the opportunity for an in-depth training that is both informative and participatory. And by doing it online you don’t have to leave home to attend, and can be anywhere in the world.