In this section of the library you will find articles by members on a wide range of subjects of interest to Druids. To contribute an article, send in MSWord format to library@druidry.org

A log cabin based on Thoreau's Walden Pond house. Erica's cabin described in this article is an 8'x6' summerhouse.

A Hut I Call My Own

by Erica McGilp

Movement As Prayer

by Paul Corcoran

To sweat is to pray, to make an offering of your innermost self. Sweat is holy water, prayer beads, pearls of liquid that release your past. Sweat is an ancient and universal form of self-healing, whether done in the gym, the sauna or the sweat lodge. I do it on the dance floor. The more you dance, the more you sweat. The more you sweat, the more you pray. The more you pray, the closer you come to ecstasy.  - Gabrielle Roth

The Arcana Journey

by Donna Lowden

The Druidic Art Of Writing

by Todd Dearing

When I first read, and reading saw the paper dissolve away. - Robin Williamson, Five Denials on Merlin's Grave

Forgotten Legacy: Fifty Years after 'Silent Spring'

by Luke Eastwood

This year (2012) is the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Rachel Carson’s seminal work ‘Silent Spring’, published first in the USA in 1962. This was the first book of its kind – an outspoken, powerfully argued and well researched condemnation of the reckless use of pesticides in modern agriculture, in urban and rural pest control and in and around the home.

Blake Jerusalem

Is London the City of Revelation?

by Chris Street

There have been a surprising number of deliberate attempts to re-build London as The New Jerusalem. The first was by the Knights Templar who, in 1185, modelled their Temple Church on the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and sited it exactly the same distance from St. Pauls as the real Holy Sepulchre is from the Dome of the Rock, the original location of the Temple of Soloman. Clearly they saw a connection, or wanted to create one.