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Where the Hawthorn Grows: An American Druid's Reflections By Morgan Daimler,

  • Title: Where the Hawthorn Grows: An American Druid's Reflections
  • Author: Morgan Daimler
  • ISBN: 9781780999685
  • Page: 317
  • Format: ebook
  • A unique look at the beliefs and practices of American Druidism through the eyes of an Irish reconstructionist Druid.
    Where the Hawthorn Grows An American Druid s Reflections A unique look at the beliefs and practices of American Druidism through the eyes of an Irish reconstructionist Druid

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    1. Morgan Daimler s book Where the Hawthorn Grows is an unusual entry in the growing marketplace of books about Celtic and Druidic spirituality, and I was very pleased to read it While Ms Daimler talks about being a modern Druid in North America and keeping ancient beliefs alive by bringing them into the modern age and allowing them to change to fit the current world, her main thrust is a reasoned effort at remaining true to the ideals of the ancient Celts as we know them through the texts and othe [...]

    2. This is a personal journey through reconstruction Druidism drawing on ancient stories, beliefs and the heart and soul of druidry.Jam packed with interesting and unusual information and some interesting customs that I hadn t heard of before.It has a very interesting section on healing deities along with fascinating chapters on spirits of the land, ancestors, detailed celebrations, life passages which you don t often see in books and a section on folk magic, one on Seidr work, community and sacred [...]

    3. Morgan Daimler s Where the Hawthorn Grows is subtitled An American Druid s Reflections and that s exactly what it is It sits well on the line between modern American culture and ancient Celtic culture Daimler tries to channel as much authentic Celtic and Norse paganism into modern practice as she can without becoming bogged down in minutiae of historical reconstruction, foreign terminology, or any of the other pitfalls of reconstructionist paganism As such a book, I suspect it has a large crosso [...]

    4. This was an interesting book, but it seemed uncertain whether it wanted to be a memoir or a primer on Reconstructionist Druidrism Druidry Based on the title, I was actually hoping for of a memoir experience And to be be fair, there are sections of the book that fulfill that desire, but they re fewer in number than what I was hoping The author did her homework and knows her stuff when it comes to explaining rituals, deities, and other aspects of this particular religious tradition For a reader w [...]

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