What would our ancestors think of us? Namely, what would the ancient Druids think of how we conduct Druidic business and organise ourselves?
I guess that, notwithstanding the honest efforts in reviving a fading Tradition, they would be alarmed at our fragmentation …
[We] have an imperative to assemble, talk, move forward, to propose and create rather than always lament how much has been lost and how unfair history has been to our people …We cannot do that in isolation nor can we dawdle, since modern pressures also deepen the social and cultural deconstruction of our nations. There is a lot of work ahead, but the path we walk should not be a lonely one.
This is a reflection of our Durvate Mor (Archdruid), /|\ Milésio, on the future of our Clans and beliefs. In other words, it is a personal observation on the role and preservation of Druidry and Celtic culture and society in the times to come.
Click here for the full text (*.pdf, 85 KB).
This article was first published in A Revista da Tradição Lvsitana, n. 3, ATDL, Nov. 2017. pp. 66-74.
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Artigo de opinião do nosso Durvate Mor, /|\ Milésio, sobre o futuro dos nossos Clãs e crenças. Foi escrito em inglês para favorecer a sua compreensão e debate na Pan-Céltia em geral.
O texto original foi publicado na revista A Revista da Tradição Lvsitana n. 3, ATDL, Nov. 2017. pp. 66-74, e pode-se descarregar em formato pdf >aqui (85 KB)<.
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