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Listen! To everyone!

When my Druid Grove prepared for the recent Beltane celebration, a discussion broke loose about the accessibility of sites where we typically hold or rituals. We, the Mystic River Grove of the Most Ancient Order of Bards, Ovates, and Druids … Continue reading

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Happy Passov-east-ara!

For years now social media debates (to put it nicely) have flared up around the northern hemisphere’s Spring Equinox: What is Easter, who “stole” it from whom, and why be there bunnies? I admit, it is one of the less … Continue reading

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The Magical Math of Balancing the Universe

In last week’s article of the Weekly Druid, I contemplated the importance of considering nuances when giving advice. I used the example of someone asking about the price of bad Magic and the response that it all depends on what one beliefs … Continue reading

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Do you believe in…?

Who hasn’t heard that question “Do you believe in … ?” I certainly have. It could be that proverbial couple that knocks on my door and asks if I believe in some demi-god from the Middle East, or the scientist friend wondering if I believe in … Continue reading

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Celebrate anyway!

Why we *need* to celebrate as much as we can. Continue reading

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Choosing My Religion

When reading through blogs and social media these days, I see a lot of posts in which people ask how they should go about choosing their faith. Particularly, folks seem to struggle with the choice of converting from one faith to another. … Continue reading

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Magically Fresh Into 2019

After a short break over the Winter Holidays, the “Weekly Druid” is back with a new issue. But before I get into the weeds, let me first and foremost shout out a bigThank Youto all you readers of my blog, visiting … Continue reading

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