The Internet is wonderful. I went from not even realizing that there were still people alive who considered themselves druids to finding an Internet full of druidic resources.
Thus far, I haven’t found a proper list of all the resources out there, so I thought I would share what I find here. At the moment, these are resources I’m collecting as much for myself as for anything else.
Resources in English:
- Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids: OBOD. They offer the courses I hope to one day take. Until then, their site is still full of information useful for beginners.
- Druid Network: Hosts of thePerennial Druidry Course and the Solitary Druid Fellowship’s liturgies, I’ve also found their resources very valuable.
- Druidic Dawn: A bit confusing (to me). I’m thankful for the Gods and Goddesses page they have, but find the embedded webpages strange. Nonetheless, they provide information I’m grateful to get.
- Druid Journal
- Holy Wild: An intense, densely written blog full of ideas that I really need time to digest. I have re-visited and re-read articles, because it’s easy to sense that something important is happening there, but to not know what.
- Druid Life
- John Beckett
- The Druid’s Garden
Resources in German:
Resources I have made (mostly for myself):
- Lakefront Pagan Voice: I have only heard a few episodes, but look forward to listening to back episodes. Great reflections — bordering on sermons, though I doubt that’s a word the podcaster would use — on paganism and it’s practical application to life.
- Upon a Pagan Path: Another podcast I just started listening to. Personal and rambling — and it makes me crazy that the podcasts says “I know you hate it that I type while podcasting” while he types — but a source of great reflections and little bits from various druids and other pagans.