Druidry is a spiritual path that is close to nature and the Earth, usually depicted as the Mother Goddess. It can (simplistically) be split into two camps. There are those which treat Druidry as a religion, and those that don't, but instead use it as a way of life. ADF (Ár nDraíocht Féin) is an example of a group for whom Druidry is a religion, with a congregation and priest/ess. They state that ADF is a national religious organisation devoted to creating a public tradition of Neo-Pagan Druidism. OBOD (Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids) take the other idea. One proponent states: "Our practice of Druidry is not a Religion, but a way of life in relationship with the Earth, our Mother. It is compatible with all willing religions, and welcomes people of many faiths." Although most Druid groups are open to members of other faiths, they are predominantly pagan.
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A collection of articles featuring information on Rorian Druidry.
Avalon Druid Order [ADO]
Teaching and following the root wisdoms of Avalon's first druids as they are observed today. Public resources and information and members-only opportunities for networking and mentored study.
Awen Forken Druid Runes
Includes information on the history and descriptions of the runes.
From the Ontario Consultants on Religious Tolerance, a description of Celtic Druidism.
Development of Spirituality: The Druids
Information on practicing this spiritual path today.
A local druid group in Buffalo, New York. Includes information and links.
The Druid Network
An international resource including articles, courses, events, reviews, profiles, information on belief, rituals, Orders, groves, gorseddau, sacred sites, members' database and forums.
Aspects of Druidry as it relates to Celtic life.
The Excellence of Ancient Word
Druid rhetoric from ancient Irish tales.
Gathering Under The Oaks
Information on a Grove in Houston Texas. The Silver Wheel Enterprize, an on-line store, has space here as well.
The General Druid Order - Edo Biolgenmed
Offers information on a Druidic organization focusing on the fair treatment of the GLBT community.
The Grove of Danu
Wicca, Druidry and Neo-Paganism come together in this philosophical study of the alternate paths.
Grove of the Other Gods
An ADF grove serving the greater New Brunswick, New Jersey Druid community since Samhain 1990.
Grove of the Sacred Well
A group of neo-druids, located in the Inland Empire region of Southern California, who choose to follow the Keltrian tradition.
Henge of Keltria
Information on a neopagan tradition devoted to the study and practice Keltrian Druidism and other Celtic Earth-based religions.
A site featuring information on the tenets of reformed Druidry, Pagan holidays, gods and goddesses, meditation and runes.
The Insular Order of Druids
Information on a druidic order which was founded on the Summer Solstice 1993 at Stonehenge.
Les Druides du Québec
Offers information on an affiliate group of the Kredenn Geltiek Hollvedel, the world's oldest pagan druidical association founded in 1936.
New Order of Druids
The First official Druid order in Belgium offering a free online Celtic community for those who seek the Druid path.
The Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids
Information on Wicca, ancient druidry, beginning druidism, blessings, robes, related websites, white magic, Celtic religion, Druid history and religion, and mythology.
Ozark Full Life Church
An Arkansas non-profit Druidic religious outreach organization based on ancient Celtic and Indo-European traditions; providing Rites of Passage, Pastoral Care, and other services.
Paganism: Druids: their Functions and Powers
Information on the Druids, divination, tree reverence, and sorcery.
Red Oak Grove, ADF
Features information on a group of Neopagan Druids in New Jersey who are serious about worshiping the Celtic Gods in a modern context.
A cyber community existing within an Other-worldly time and space. A safe haven for Druids, Witches and Pagans.
Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship
An international religious organization devoted to creating a public tradition of Neopagan Druidism.
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