Very nicely written article.
My partner is currently engaged in composing a piece she is to present to the Scottish Pagan Federation’s annual conference in Edinburgh this weekend (24/05/2014) entitled ” The Changing Landscape of Druidry”. One of the things we were trying to define was how Druidry differs from other modern Pagan religions. Using the three principles the Scottish PF use as identifiers (interestingly, I note how the three principles have been dropped by the English PF) it is proving to be a somewhat difficult task. To date, it is fair to say that we have identified a couple of things that Druidry does not do compared to other religions but to actually clearly define what aspects of Druidry that differ from the three principles of general modern pagan religions as practised in the Scottish PF, is proving to be very difficult.
A good part of this talk will deal with the…
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