This is the first of two book reviews I am doing, with both books being focused on druid practices and politics. The second is Christopher Scott Thompson’s Radical Druidry, which I intend to read and review over the next 2 weeks.
Reading Nimue Brown’s self published book Druidry and the Future from a computer screen, with intense focus, didn’t feel like the way this book would be best read. My feeling is that Druidry and the Future is best read in the traditional book format, not as a concentrated effort, but as something to turn to as a medium for reflection.
I have some disagreements, as well as some differences in belief and perspective to Brown, but appreciate the book for much of what I found while reading.
What disagreements/difference I have with Brown’s assertions are basically the same I have with most Green ideology and pagan theology. The…
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