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« Topic Start: August 22, 2010, 10:28:05 pm »

Title: Old Gods, New Druids
Author(s): Robin Herne
Publisher: O Books
Publication Date: December 16, 2009
ISBN: 1846942268
ISBN-13: 978-1846942266
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The universe is filled with countless gods, goddesses and nature spirits. Many made themselves known to the Druids of ancient Northern Europe. How can modern day Druids make contact with these age-old Beings? 'Old Gods, New Druids' offers a series of twenty humorous and informative lessons that can be used for group or solitary study and is ideal for people interested in Druidry and the Pagan spirituality of ancient Britain and Ireland.

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« Reply #1: August 23, 2010, 02:22:13 am »



Robin's a friend of mine so I'll be interested in opinions on this one if anyone else has read it. I think it's pretty damn good of course! But I may be somewhat biased Tongue Robin is one of those people who manages to have one foot firmly planted in history, and one firmly planted in the spiritual world. His wonderful and somewhat idiosyncratic (and very British!) humour makes this book a lively read.
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« Reply #2: August 23, 2010, 05:00:34 am »

Robin's a friend of mine so I'll be interested in opinions on this one if anyone else has read it. I think it's pretty damn good of course! But I may be somewhat biased Tongue Robin is one of those people who manages to have one foot firmly planted in history, and one firmly planted in the spiritual world. His wonderful and somewhat idiosyncratic (and very British!) humour makes this book a lively read.

Please tell your friend that I just purchased the book and I am so excited to read it.  From what I was able to gather from Amazon, it seems to fit my path very well.  I am hoping it will be a great resource for me.
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« Reply #3: August 24, 2010, 01:01:23 pm »

Please tell your friend that I just purchased the book and I am so excited to read it.  From what I was able to gather from Amazon, it seems to fit my path very well.  I am hoping it will be a great resource for me.
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