Three Forms of Immortality

To be human is to live with the realization that we are alive but that some day we will die. We mostly live with this fatal certainty by ignoring it, but sometimes we wonder about what – if anything – comes after death. I see three forms of immortality. [Read more…]

Why I Am Still A Druid

I belong to many religious movements and I serve in many capacities. But if you ask me to pick one primary religious identity, my heart and my head both say the same thing: I’m a Druid. [Read more…]

Why I’m An OBOD Druid

There is no best Druid order, just different orders that fit individuals very well or not so well. If you feel called to Druidry, do some on-line investigation, read a few books, talk to some people who have first-hand experience, and make the best choice for you. This is why I’m an OBOD Druid. [Read more…]

Interdependence and the Weakness of Evolution

We are interdependent with each other, with other species, and with the Earth herself. A religious approach that recognizes this interdependence will be more successful than one that stubbornly clings to the illusion of independence. [Read more…]

East Coast Gathering 2013

The OBOD East Coast Gathering was four days immersed in Druidry, celebrating who we are and learning what we can become. In the woods of Pennsylvania, we saw what is possible when we work with the currents of Nature and with each other. [Read more…]

Nine Things I Think

Nine Things I Think will be an irregular feature whenever I have a list of things I want to talk about that aren’t long enough for their own individual posts. There’s no theme, just nine things I want to bring to your attention. [Read more…]

The Druid Revival Reader

Modern Druidry traces its lineage back to 1717. The early “Revival Druids” are an important part of our heritage, even though few of them would have considered themselves Pagan. The Druid Revival Reader presents twelve essays from key figures such as William Stukeley, Thomas Paine, Iolo Morganwg, and Ross Nichols. [Read more…]