Druidic Exchange

The Shaman’s Oracle

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Review:  The Shaman’s Oracle by Nancy Hendrickson 

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Sosha

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I am a well-reputed clairvoyant & healer, I do lectures and coursers, also, I have students and moreover, I play the harp, sing, and drum, and have recently made a fantastic new CD with channeled music, which is for sale on my website.

Jeg er landskendt clairvoyant og healer og holder foredrag og kurser, b.l.a. i Teosofisk Forening, Kbh, jeg har desuden en del elever og har netop udgivet en fantastisk CD med kanaliseret harpemusik. Den kendteste af mine kurser er gralskurset, hvor vi arbejder med grals-symbolerne.

 

Druid Books from author Ellen Evert Hopman

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A growing collection from author, herbalist and Druid Priestess, Ellen Evert Hopman

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Grey House in the Woods

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Books by Druids for Druids and anyone else interested in native Celtic Spirituality.

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Workshops, retreats, healing, talks and teaching.

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Druidry/ Shamanism/ Magickal retreats, workshops, talks and teaching...

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Druidic Magical Entertainment

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Magical entertainment for whatever your event...

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Lyfr o Cythrawl a Awen / The Book of Chaos and Inspiration by Rob Chapman

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Chaos magic meets shamanic reality within the druidic rings of creation.  A blended approach to ritual inspired from druidry!

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Forbidden Magic - A Druid is Born

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A new Druid Book titled 'Forbidden Magic - A Druid is Born', by Christina McCarthy from Western Australia. Recently featured in the Druidcast 11 podcast. This can be obtained direct from the publishers at Freemantle or from Australian Online Bookshop, Some quotes from this book are being shared here with the Druidic Dawn Community.

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Bronze Age Swords

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'Neil Burridge,is a specialist in reproducing bronze age artifacts using authentic materials and methods. Throughout the year he runs a series of practical workshops at different venues, covering many aspects of prehistoric materials and the technology to work them. They are very ‘hands on’, and are designed for people with no previous experience. They offer you the chance to follow in the footsteps of ancient craftsmen and learn some of their skills to open a window onto the past.'

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Bond of Druids - A Druid Journal

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A new journal derived from the United States of America, named the 'Bond of Druids - A Druid Journal', is shortly to be released this coming Summer Solstice.

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