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The Druid Way (Earth Quest) by Philip Carr-Gomm
Druidism, the ancient shamanic religion of Britain is experiencing a major revival there and in America. This book is both a complete description of the Druid Way as well as a fascinating tour of the major Druid sites, ruins, and "power places." Includes specific suggestions for bringing this ancient wisdom tradition into our own lives and activities. 

The Druid Renaissance: The Voice of Druidry Today by Philip Carr-Gomm 
The Druid tradition lies at the heart of Western spirituality and today it is experiencing a renaissance unprecedented in its long history. 

Buy the bookThe Druid Animal Oracle : Working With the Sacred Animals of the Druid Traditionby Philip Carr-Gomm, Stephanie Carr-Gomm (Contributor), Bill Worthington (Illustrator)
Note: This is the official OBOD (Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids) Deck
Like the Native Americans, the ancient Celts saw the animal world as a source of great power and influence. The book's beautifully illustrated cards, fascinating background information and easy-to-follow instructions make it a simple and highly effective system for self-development and self-awareness. 

Buy the bookThe Celtic Druids' Year : Seasonal Cycles of the Ancient Celts by John Robert King
This well-packaged new book on the Celts puts substantive academic research into popular terms. King's focus is on the wheel of the Celtic year with its cycle of four celebrations: the fire feast of Lughnasa; the still-celebrated festival of the dead, Sarnhain (Halloween); the feast of the herds at Imbolc; and the wild abandon of Beltane, with its maypoles. Corollary to those festivals are the equinoxes and solstices, observed by the Celts in less ritualized fashion but important to them as markers in the agricultural year. Besides the annual cycle, King describes the religious underpinnings of the festivals, the functions of the druid priests and bards, relationships to other mythologies, and the influence of historical assimilation and migration on what we know of Celtic myth. 

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