This is the type of a book I refer to as a "bridge." It contains information on both the Druids of yesterday and the Druids of today. In this way, Druid Magic bridges the ancient and modern and lets you learn the best of both worlds.
This is one of the most complete books on the subject ever. It was written by Maya Magee Sutton who has taught courses at the University of New Mexico for twenty years and Nicholas R. Mann who has written several books on Celtic traditions. Together, they have created a dynamic book that is always clear and accessible, making some of the most complex ideas easy to understand. The history and traditions presented here are just enough to explain and reveal the secrets of Druidry so you can make use of them in your life.
And that is what this book is really all about. You'll learn how to cast shields of protection, create and use the Druid's magical tools, journey to other spiritual worlds, and even initiate yourself into Druidry. You'll even find out how to start your own Druid group (a "Grove") and contact other Druids in your area and around the world.
You may have heard of "shapeshifting." In Druidry it's called fith-fath (pronounced "fee-fawh"), which means taking on the aspect of a deer. However, you don't have to be limited to stag or doe. You can also take on the aspect of swift swallows or agile weasels. You can even take on the aspect of dragons!
his is one of those special books that is both interesting to read and exciting to use. If you are thinking of changing your direction in life to start something new, or if you are already involved with Druids and want to know more, this is the book you must have.
Living in the Midwest, Ostara comes for us at one of those "in between" times. It falls in between the frigid cold of winter and the scorching, oppressive heat of summer. It's the calm both before and after the storm. But it is also a real blah time of year. The weather is often still downright chilly, and snow is still quite a possibility. (In... read this article