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Does anybody know what having the religion "Druid" entails?
uhm...half right I think hourglass it is rumored druids were head priests. And not Christian priest as you may think. though Celtic isn't a religion either, it's more of a lineage
Druidism Can't say I personally know much I have a site saved on favorites from a druidic decent I found from a few years back I've been meaning to re-read it it's pretty good http://www.angelfire.com/realm2/cernonnos2/
hope this helps
Druidry isn't a religion, it's sort of a path. You can be any religion, though mostly druids (that I know of) are Pagan. But you get Wiccan and Christian druids, and I have heard of Muslims and others being druids too. Druidry started back in Celtic times, being most common in Wales, Ireland and parts of England, but now it is really wide-spread.
It's an ancient religion, and very little is known about it really. Modern neo-paganism is a sketchy reproduction based on the little that we do know.
You need robes, a long beard, and you need to trick Welsh commoners into building you a stone monument.
thank you guys all of these were really helpful, escpecially captainassassin ... no sarcasm
I think the druids didnt believe in god or religion im not sure tho
Druid wasn't a religion, it's they were the head priest of Celtic
I dont think that is correct..