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Subject: Re: stupid question #1
From: Kathryn Conrad <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List.
Date:Fri, 11 Jun 93 14:22:16 EDT
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Assuming you're not already a druid, you can get newsletters from
contemporary Druidic organizations (Druid High Days and Ar nDraoicht
Fein).  The addresses are in the back of Margot Adler's book
_Drawing Down the Moon_ (1986).  It's also got a number of other
contact groups for those interested in "neo-paganism,' including
a number of Celtic-oriented groups.
 
As far as the oral tradition for Druids--my understanding is that
contemporary groups are revivals of a somewhat edited druidic
tradition, and really make no claim to continuing an unbroken line
of druidism from ancient times.  Any druids out there, feel free
to correct me on this.
 
Katie
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