Druids and Druidry in the 21st century

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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