Druidry is a spiritual tradition which emphasizes the sacredness of our social relations, philosophical knowledge, artistic creativity, and especially the Earth and all of its wonders. Emerging from the culture of the Celtic people from the Heroic age, and from various Celtic revival movements in the eighteenth and twentieth century, modern Druidry honours the old Celtic gods, and finds spiritual merit in Celtic folk traditions, music, poetry, and environmentalism. Its moral teachings promote a “heroic” way of life based on the virtues of courage, honour, generosity, friendship, and truth.
by Brendan Myers
via The Elder’s Grove, text Brendan Myers