As a Network and not an Order, our remit is specifically to provide a forum in which Druids and those studying the tradition can explore and share ideas and understanding. Gently here we shall be building up a collection of articles by different individuals, describing Druidry and the beliefs that embody and define the tradition.
- A Reconstructionst Perspective by Little Raven
- A Short History of the Awen by Angela Grant
- Druidry by Oakwyse
- Faces of Druidry by Potia
- Feral Druidry by Craig Cartmell
- Historical Validation by Neil Pitchford
- How does one become a Druid by bish
- Life Fully Engaged by Sycamore
- On Being Pagan by Kevin Emmons
- The “I” in me by Neil Pitchford
- The Sacredness of Nature by Phil Ryder
- The Nature of Druidry by Rob Wilson
- The Web of Existence by Phil Ryder
- There is no Separation by Damh the Bard
- What does it mean to be a Druid today by Joanna van der Hoeven
- What Druidry is not… by Joanna van der Hoeven
- What is Druidry by Robin Herne
- Women in Druidry by Joanna van der Hoeven
A series of articles on the issue of Sacrifice in Druidry
Also here are a series of short articles written by Phil Ryder and Emma Restall Orr about Druidic belief and practice. They are intended to be both sufficiently broad and specific to express the aims of the Druid Network. Needless to say, they don’t aspire to speak for those who make up the network; they express in simple (often secular) terms what inspires the organization at its core.
Emma Restall Orr’s book Principles of Druidry (Thorsons, 1998) is now available online at whatisdruidry.org. This is a simple introductory text available to read online or download, free of charge.
There are articles on a wider range of subjects on our main Articles pages.