Druid Magic: The Practice of Celtic Wisdom

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Perhaps the most mystical, magical people ever known were the Druids. They were wizards, storytellers, teachers and spiritual leaders. They were attuned to the Earth and the Sun. And they were very powerful.
ouldn''t it be amazing if you could be a Druid? Now you can with the secrets revealed in Druid Magick.
This book presents everything you need to know to become a Druid and even start your own Druid "Grove" (the name of a Druid group). ...

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Overview

Perhaps the most mystical, magical people ever known were the Druids. They were wizards, storytellers, teachers and spiritual leaders. They were attuned to the Earth and the Sun. And they were very powerful.
ouldn''t it be amazing if you could be a Druid? Now you can with the secrets revealed in Druid Magick.
This book presents everything you need to know to become a Druid and even start your own Druid "Grove" (the name of a Druid group). You''ll learn about the Druid''s tools - the sickle, wand, cord and more - and how to make and use them. You''ll discover all of the beliefs the Druids hold, including the emphasis on honor and ethics. You''ll learn how a Druid sees the Divine in everything and how even sex can be sacred.
And of course you''ll learn the secrets of the magic of the Druids. You''ll learn how to do protection spells and how to use magic to find missing items. You''ll learn how you can visit other "worlds" or levels of reality. You''ll even learn how to do shapeshifting and experience the world as an animal!
Are you having a mental block? With this book you''ll learn how to tap into the creativity that was a hallmark of the Druids. You''ll be able to write, draw, write or perform music with much greater ease and depth than ever before. Become a Druid can bring you all this and more!
Druidry is far more than historic Celtic leadership. It is a living, growing, spiritual tradition that can bring you more self-assurance and self-development than you''ve ever had before. Jump out of the ordinary! Try something new to bring that spark back into your life. Discover the secrets of Druid Magic.

Winner of the 2001 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award for best Magic Book

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Is there a connection between ancient Celtic myths and legends and modern readers? Maya Sutton and Nicholas Mann's Druid Magic blends Celtic myths with modern spiritual lessons and activities, teaching the basicsof Celtic spirituality and magical rituals and showing how to incorporate the magical symbols and tools of Celtic mythology into daily living. Packed with applications advice, this will appeal to prior readers of Celtic mythology and magic. Reginald Crosley's Vodou Quantum Leap (173-2, $16.95) draws some important connections between alternate realities and mysticism. It's unusual to find a discussion of Afro-Haitian spirituality, modern science and East/West spirituality written by a doctor: this provides a fine survey of quantum physics, mysticism and spiritual worlds.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781567184815
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 3/1/2000
  • Edition description: 1 ED
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 697,260
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Maya Magee Sutton has taught courses for 20 years at the University of New Mexico, where she originated the Celtic Stuides concentration. She teaches courses in Celtic Mythology and Urban Druidry. Dr. Sutton holds Irish and U.S. citizanship.

Nicholas Mann (Southwestern U.S.) was born in Sussex, England, and received his BA with Honors in ancient history and social anthropology at London University.

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  • Posted March 17, 2009

    I am definitely considering taking the Druid path.

    I have always been fascinated with magic and the occult, and being of Celtic heritage myself, I just had to read this book. I'd like to thank the authors for writing this inspiring piece of work. I am learning how to celebrate Celtic festivals, contact my ancestors, and so much more! For practice, research, or if you're just plain curious, I recommend Druid Magic.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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