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Modern Druidry is a 300 year old path that focuses on nature spirituality and inner transformation founded on personal experience rather than dogmatic belief.
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I'm a Wiccan Buddhism.
Recently, I have a urge to become a druid. I don't know why.
May be because I was a WOW player and sound of druid make me feel something.
Now I have a book name of "The book of Celtic Magic; transformative teachings from the cauldron of Awen".
Is the a good book for a beginner?
Or are there better books?
Please guide me.
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If the book description says it is for beginners then it probably is.

There is a popular, basic beginning book on Wicca written by Scott Cunningham called "Wicca, a Guide for the Solitary Practitioner".

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SpiritTalker wrote:
There is a popular, basic beginning book on Wicca written by Scott Cunningham called "Wicca, a Guide for the Solitary Practitioner".
Thank you. I have most of the Scott Cunningham's books including that one.
But for now, I just want to study on Druidry.

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https://druidry.org/

The Order of Bards, Oblates & Druids may interest you

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SpiritTalker wrote:https://druidry.org/

The Order of Bards, Oblates & Druids may interest you
I saw it but can't be easy for me. I'm from SEA. :(

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They have and excellent program. A friend of mine did it through mail order, that may have been before computers were so popular, I imagine they have a course on line these days, check em out! You may become the SEA representitive, I'm sure they could use some Druids in your area!
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https://www.adf.org/ Is another druid organization. Not always purely Celtic, but they're a fairly scholarly bunch with an interesting approach to filling in the blanks that surround the druids and Celtic religion. They also do mail based study courses, and have quite a few members-only forums and the like, is you decide to go that direction.

But their recommended reading list might be of interest either way. Particularly their dedicant reading list, mythology, and into the primary source reading, under the Celtic lists. https://www.adf.org/training/resources/index.html
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