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Druidcraft: The Magic of Wicca and Druidry [Kindle Edition]

Philip Carr-Gomm
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Druidry and Wicca, also known as "the Craft", are the two great streams of the Western Pagan tradition. Both traditions originated in the British Isles, and both are now experiencing a renaissance all over the world, as more and more people seek a spirituality rooted in a love of nature.

In the ancient past Druidry and Wicca probably weren't separate. Today, the ways of Druidry and Wicca are starting to merge again, as contemporary readers combine ideas and techniques from both traditions to build their spiritual practice.

In this down to earth yet inspiring book, Philip Carr-Gomm offers a name for this Path that draws on the common beliefs and practices of both Druidry and Wicca: Druidcraft. Then, in a series of six lessons, he empowers the reader to follow this practice by showing how anyone can work with its ways:

The Way of Blessing
• The Way of the Hearth
• The ways of Love
• The Ways of Healing
• The way of the Earth and Her seasons
• The Ways of Magic and Spellcraft

Druidcraft draws on the traditions of scholarship, storytelling, magical craft and seasonal celebration of both Druids and Wiccans, to offer inspiration, teachings, rituals, and magical techniques that can help you access your innate powers of creativity and healing, intuition and seership.

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Druidry and Wicca, also known as "the Craft", are the two great streams of the Western Pagan tradition. Both traditions originated in the British Isles, and both are now experiencing a renaissance all over the world, as more and more people seek a spirituality rooted in a love of nature. In the ancient past Druidry and Wicca probably weren't separate. Today, the ways of Druidry and Wicca are starting to merge again, as contemporary readers combine ideas and techniques from both traditions to build their spiritual practice. In this down to earth yet inspiring book, Stephanie and Philip Carr-Gomm offer a name for this path that draws on the common beliefs and practices of both Druidry and Wicca: Druidcraft. Then, in a series of six lessons, they empowers the reader to follow this practice by showing how anyone can work with its ways: the way of blessing; the way of the hearth; the ways of love; the ways of healing; the way of the earth and her seasons; and the ways of magic and spellcraft.

"Druidcraft" draws on the traditions of scholarship, storytelling, magical craft and seasonal celebration of both Druids and Wiccans, to offer inspiration, teachings, rituals, and magical techniques that can help you access your innate powers of creativity and healing, intuition and seership.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen A deepening "marriage" 22. November 2003
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Philipp Carr-Gomm the head of the Order of Bard, Ovates and Druids (OBOD) has merged two of the strongest pagan movements, Druidry and Wicca. His idea, that both tradition are able to fill in the blanks for each other is plausible. The book is written in a framestory similar to a pathwork, in which dialogs between students and teacher can be found, which give the book a very personal touch and intimacy. The most important topics in the craft, such as magic, blessing, healing, the great rite are elucidated very perceptively and profound (something lacking in many fluff-bunny-instant-wicca books). Some very beautiful ritual proposals are describe, especially the solitary Beltaneritual is one of the most beautiful Beltane-Rituals I have ever read for solitary, and teaches some very deep wisdom. Because it is a mix of two traditions it can bring very much to the "common" pagan, who doesn't really want to read a "only Wicca" book, and for people following the Wiccan path it can show some deeper aspects of their tradition.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Druidry and Wicca reunited. 24. Oktober 2002
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While the historic origins of celtic mythology seem lost in time, it seems that the surviving remnants of the two threads of druidry and wicca share the same origin. Philip Carr-Gomm, who as chosen chief of the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD) has been researching celtic spirituality for decades, has tried in this book to reunite the threads of druidism and wicca-witchcraft, which have so far been perceived as separate movements. He identifies five common topics, which are blessings, love, nature's cycles, health and magic. These he presents through a fictional discussion between teacher and disciple as was the druids' way of teaching, and adds a rendering of a short celtic legend for each chapter respectively, which carries the main thought of the chapter in a poetic yet modern form. Also, short insights into the historic traditions underlying the main thought are given.
I enjoyed reading the book very much. Its tone is heart-warming, its message will surely be applauded by all who feel drawn to (Neo)Paganism. Of course, readers who are familiar with the subject will not necessarily find revelations beyond that of the common goal of druidism and wicca. But there might be the tasty morsel here and there, such as some practices of opening up to the old path, which to my knowledge were uniquely developed out of the practice of OBOD and thus might be new to some readers. There's only one drawback: the book has only 155 pages of text, so it serves (only) as an introduction not so much as a studybook of legend and lore. I suppose Philip's main concern was to unite rather than to reiterate what has already been written about druidism and wicca seperately.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Bridge Between Two Worlds 24. November 2002
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The mysticism and magick surrounding the Craft is very appealing; the call of our ancestors and reverence of nature and Mother Earth in modern Druidism is strong within our hearts. Since their resurgence began, Wicca and Druidism have been considered two separate practices. "Druidcraft" offers a rational link that may bridge these two religions and give credence to a mystical and magickal path that also offers a foundation created from the ancient wisdom of these priests and priestesses of nature. Philip demonstrates this through his own unique philosophy, backed by historical facts about the history of these two revived paths of Neo-Pagan spirituality. Highly recommended to any Druid or Wiccan library.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Druidry, Witchcraft, and the Ovate 22. Mai 2005
Von Thomas Didymos - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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There are many within Druidry in general and the OBOD in particular who came from Wicca. Many of these folks have said that Druidry seemed to be a natural progression in their education and direction as pertains to the magic and religion of the Celtic peoples. But why?

The Ovates were the witches, if you will, of the Celtic peoples. The word Ovate comes from the Irish word Fáith which means Seer or one who has the Second Sight i.e. the ability to communicate with the dead and even the power of prophesy. These folks were also known as Piseog (witch) who practiced Piseogacht or witchcraft. The Piseog/Fáith was a local healer, wise or cunning person, and philosopher.

They were a blessing to those who were suffering and a terror to those who were their enemy. Through dispensing herbs to relieve common symptoms they could be very powerful healers. They were also able to speak with those who have passed beyond, relieving the stress of those left behind both for their hopes of better things and their own hopes for a continuation of life. The Piseog/Fáith therefore studied most especially the process of death and dying, and generally things unseen. Considering the above I can see why Wiccans seek to understand the practice of Witchcraft of the ancient Celtic peoples and in turn their religion which we call Druidry.

We can never know what ancient Druidry was really like because we do not know how it related within its ancient social contexts. We can know some particulars but never the full picture and so anyone thinking otherwise is just deluding themselves. However...

Druidry is seeing a come back, albeit a modern one, because people like Ross Nichols. These folks dared to be druids when it wasn't popular or convenient. People aught to thank them instead of vilify them. My question is what have you done that is as good or better? (People always hate mirrors turned on them) Druidry today, has become an acceptible spiritual path in the eyes of many Britians including its aristocracy because of the uprightness of heart and rectitude of conduct of the folks leading it.

I do not think Philip intended to create a seperate path but to show that within Druidry the path of Witchcraft/Seership is already present. Wiccans coming into Druidry do not have to leave what they learned and loved behind but can practice that which speaks to them and continue along a Druidic path.

Considering all the above I must give this book 5 stars.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Audio book is FANTASTIC!!! 29. Juni 2013
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I purchased the audio book and the kindle version. I have to tell you that of all the audio books I have purchased, this one is my absolute favorite. It is so well done!!! The voices are rich and pure! The music that plays between chapters is so beautiful and perfect! I just love it. I bought the kindle version as well for those times when I can't listen to it and also for quick reference. This book has come into my life just when I truely needed it. Funny how synchronicity occurs like that. :-)

So for any of you that were wondering about the quality of the audio book...It is Wonderful! Don't hesitate to purchase the spoken version along with your written version. The audio book is a complete unabridged version of the paperback. So Wonderful to listen to it. The stories in the book take on more meaning for me when listening to them spoken with the rich, clear voices of the author and his lady narrators. Thank you so much for this audio book. It is such a pleasure and a joy to hear!!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Good Introduction 10. September 2013
Von Nathan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Very nice introduction to DruidCraft. Short but sweet. I hope Phillip writes more on this subject as there is so much to be explored.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Renewal of DruidCraft 28. Juni 2014
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I really enjoy this branch of Druidry and would love to see more points of view concerning its development. It is encouraging that this information is available in various formats.
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