Druid traditions,


and thoughts

Following the Seasons

A Druid Wheel of the Year

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Ogam tree for August

Muin (Vine)




Giving Back

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In some mysterious way woods have never seemed to me to be static things.

In physical terms, I move through them; yet in metaphysical ones, they seem to move through me.”
by John Fowles Quote Garden


Charlest SC UU Church sml (8)

Pondering Samhain and ancestors

Ancestors, death and dying, bereavement, and comforting gods. Weaving these together to see how we plan for our own deaths, look to ancestors, let loved ones go, and look to the gods to see us through the transition of death.


Samhain 2012

This year’s Samhain and ‘Celtic new year’ activities included rituals for protection and good fortune, the obligatory pumpkin carving, and feasting. Hurricane Sandy Prayers, saining with salt, full moon prayers for peace, Samahin, ritual house cleaning, ancestor’s feast, jack-o-lantern, and drawing wash rituals.



Growing Herbs

Some experiences growing medicinal and Druid herbs. Photos and info on Angelica, Lady’s Mantle, Meadowsweet, Mugwort, vervain, and more.



Spiritual Offerings

Thoughts on spiritual offerings- earth, air, fire, water, and spirit offerings. Examples of outdoors, pagan, or druid offerings.

2007 Sept 7 River Offering Auburn 1

River offering

Leaving formal offerings at a river; with tips and examples for leaving offerings outside in nature.

Recent Articles


Whither Halloween?

The costumes and consumption that make up Halloween now, and a plea for Pagans to preserve the simpler Halloween traditions.


New – Buddhism page

Many Druids practice Buddhist meditation or follow their teachings, either as a spiritual path or a secular way of life. Resources and news related to Buddhism are featured on this new page.



“It’s an attitude, an understanding, an exquisitely simple and natural philosophy of living. For a great many it is a rich and ancient religion, a mystical spirituality. For others it’s simply a guiding way of life. It is absolutely open and free for anyone to discover.”
Remma Restall Orr, Druid Priestess