The Druids emerge as the intellectual caste of ancient Celtic society. They were the doctors, the lawyers, the ambassadors, the advisers to kings. They also had a religious function. They were not some Shamanistic group in robes.
The Druids of the ancient Celtic world have a startling kinship with the brahmins of the Hindu religion and were, indeed, a parallel development from their common Indo-European cultural root which began to branch out probably five thousand years ago. It has been only in recent decades that Celtic scholars have begun to reveal the full extent of the parallels and cognates between ancient Celtic society and Vedic culture.

Modern Spirituality of Celtic Peoples:

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Buddism - Celtic Christianity - Druidism - Ecumenical

- Land Based - Witchcraft - Women’s


Buddhism in Cork

Kagyu Samye Ling Tibetan Centre & Monastery, Scotland,

Celtic Christianity:

St. Patrick

Celtic Christianity and the Celtic Church

The Church Of The Culdees

Celtic Orthodox Christianity

Relighting the Flame

How a Pope Gave Ireland to England!


OBOD: The Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids

Philip Carr-Gomm

Henge of Keltria


John and Caitlin Matthews

Buddism - Celtic Christianity - Druidism - Ecumenical

- Land Based - Witchcraft - Women’s

Land Based:

Sacred Sites

Mid-Atlantic Geomancy: the Chalice Well, Glastonbury

Mid Atlantic Geomancy

Society for the Preservation of Inspirational, Ritual and Ancient Landmarks


Witchcraft of Wales and Celtic Wiccae


The Daughters of the Flame

Ord Brighideach

Sisterhood of Avalon