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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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Wednesday October 24
9pm Isabel's Quest with Kristoffer Hughes
9.45pm Mahakala with Antonella Vicini
10.30pm Nomad Cafe Online with Fredric Lehrman



Keltoi Radio started in Italy in June 2010 as an independent web radio born from the adventurous and pioneering spirit of Hagal, the man, the mind and the druid behind all this operation.

8 December - OBOD Winter Gathering - Please Note: For Members Only.

In September, 2011, Philip was interviewed for the Pagan Musings Podcast on Blog Talk Radio. It is included now with an interview with Kris Bradley.

To listen, follow the link:




:gort: Tomorrow, October 15 at 8:03 am EDT is the moment of a new Moon cycle.

The full Moon of Muin (Grapevine) will be noticed whether or not the clouds
part on Saturday night!   She arrives in the close company of Uranus and the
asteroid Pallas Athena, full of excitement, full of wisdom.  All of this
takes place in the constellation Aries, fiery and aggressive.   Uranus is

More and more people, particularly in the alternative field, know that they don’t have to stick to a conventional religious or secular/humanist funeral service. They know that they can ask a celebrant to tailor-make a service that suits their needs and interests, and on the OBOD website we list members who offer to do this: (See here).

Shafts of light 
Through cathedral windows. 
Dappled shade 
Upon the leaves 
Beneath my feet. 

Bird song 
In the branches above.

In the distance 
Hind and fawn 
Cross the forest track.
The sweet fragrance of autumn 
Fills the misty air.
A gentle breeze 
Moving colours 
To the forest floor.

So precious 
Such beauty, 
So hard to find 
Such peaceful sanctuary.

Another in a series of works inspired by Celtic Tales. For more see http://angela-samson.blogspot.com/