'Natural Druidry' by Kristoffer Hughes

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'Natural Druidry' by Kristoffer Hughes

Postby the Kite » 13 Oct 2012, 14:24

I'm reading this now, having had to go to some lengths to obtain it.

Short review: it's excellent. A clear, concise, passionate introduction to Druidry. Moreover, and why I'm posting this here specifically, it's written from a very Welsh perspective, in contrast to much writing about Druidry. No confusion of Welsh, Scottish and Irish, no superficial sprinkling of Welsh words for 'authentic' flavour: Kris writes as an insider to Welsh language and culture as well as from inside a deep and wise experiential knowledge of Druidry. A very wise and a very humane account.

Looking forward to his next book, 'From the Cauldron born.'
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Re: 'Natural Druidry' by Kristoffer Hughes

Postby mark the compost elf » 15 Oct 2012, 13:15

Pre ordered the Cauldron book. I have had the pleasure of meeting Kris and he is inspirational in person as well as in writing. :)
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Re: 'Natural Druidry' by Kristoffer Hughes

Postby the Kite » 15 Oct 2012, 19:12

I too have met him in person. As you say ...
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Re: 'Natural Druidry' by Kristoffer Hughes

Postby D'Arzhur » 17 Oct 2012, 00:25

Just ordered it on the Obod store...looking forward to the second one also :)
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