Summary

Centuries before whisperings began, of secret knowledge being handed down from the ancient Greeks, through shrouded fraternities such as the Rosicrucians and Freemasons, the Druids were slowly and steadfastly creating priests and philosophers of their own, akin to the Brahmans of India, the Magi of the Persians, as well as the hierophants and scholars of what would eventually become known to the world as the Western Mystery Tradition.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Sarah J. Robbins on 20-06-18

fascinating

Wish it was longer but was fully in love with the people and history. Also wish i could find the book of druid philosophy it referred to, something about audible is you can't see the word and it's spelling when it's new to you.
Fascinating spiritual informal within as well.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Paul Kealey on 07-03-18

A short book with even less actual information.

With slightly less than 2 chapters of information in a 5 chapter book it could have been much shorter than it already was. The narrator was so enchanted with his own voice that the experience was completely impersonal as a listener. Like a poor Actor reading a script for the 1st time it was painfully obvious he was reading and not speaking to the listener. I will end up buying a book on druids and reading it for myself, but certainly not this one.

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