What's New & Members' Blog

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.

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I was asked recently to bless a meal. I took a few lines from an Old Irish blessing, and then replaced the rather stern and patriarchal Christan lines at the end with a blessing we use in the order. The result:


 

Druid's Garden: Silver Fir

Ben Sorensen sends along his most recent column:

I went travelling recently as I love to do and was captivated once again by the wonders of nature. This month’s Druid’s Garden is a little different and was inspired by a combination of two events. 


 

Order member Dr Thomas Daffern offers:

TRANSPERSONAL HISTORY: TOWARDS A MAP OF A NEW COUNTRY
FOOTNOTES TO THE PERIODIC TABLE OF THE WORLD’S RELIGIOUS AND PHILOSOPHICAL TRADITIONS


 

Buckator
by Alex Langstone, OBOD Bard


 

Ben Sorensen’s Druid’s Garden
A history of herbs and their uses


New OBOD member Jasmine is hosting this month’s edition of  Festival of the Trees, the blog carnival “for all things arboreal,” on her blog, Nature’s Whispers.


 

Debbie Merritt, a Druid-grade member from Holsworthy, UK, has published several booklets and CDs that will be useful to anyone, whether experienced or novice, who wishes to practice meditation. Also available are books on tarot and runes. All products may be purchased through Mercury Rising Books.


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