The Higher Orders

The names of the Higher Order were taken predominantly from Gaulish Paleo-Paganism, plus two Welsh names and one Irish. All are from Celtic cultures, but with vast differences between them I, myself, think it would have been interesting if they had made an Order of the Buddha. Further details on the deities can be found in most dictionaries of Celtic Folklore and encyclopedias of mythology and god desses. It is generally up to the individual member to determine whether the names of the Higher...

Sunrise Matos Spells And Magic

NRDNA Abbreviation for New Reformed Druids of North America Oak Eve and Oak Day HDNA term. Sunset Sat to sunrise Sun and Sunrise Sun to Sunset Sun. Oberon A Special Order dedicated to bards. OBOD An abbreviation for a British Meso-Druid group called the Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids. ODNA Orthodox Druids of North America Oimelc A major festival of Druids near Feb. 1st, to mark the weakening of winter, stirrings of new life, and poetry. Also called Imbolc or Candlemass. Olive Eve and Olive...

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Druid Chronicler NRNDA's national newsletter from 1977 to 1982. A supplement to DC(E) Druid Chronicles (Reformed) The original five books by Frangquist containing history and customs. See Part One. Abbreviated as DC(R). Druid Chronicles (Evolved) A collection of Reformed literature by the Berkeley Grove. Abbreviated as DC(E). Druid Curse a powerful curse accidentally formulated by the Founders, used four times, and then forever banned. Copies are unavailable. Some people quip that the modern...