Monthly Archives: December 2012

An unexpected role…

 Wednesday night (5th December) took a slightly different turn for me than I had expected, hence the title.  I had already enjoyed the Nottingham University’s 3 hour lecture on ‘Paganism in Medieval Britain’ which was open to the public (that’s … Continue reading

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A Druid in the Aeon of the Child – conversational fragments pt 5

Cthulhudruid to Frater x “I totally agree with you and your understanding of Awen, both the symbolic and about the emanations of the TW. If the idea is to work our way up the tree to Tipareth to discover and … Continue reading

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A Druid in the Aeon of the Child – conversational fragments pt4

Frater x to Cthulhudruid “Thanks for taking the time to write such a comprehensive reply… I guess my own attraction to Druidry is similar to how you describe it here, as something which mixes both ceremonial and free-form elements. I … Continue reading

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A Druid in the Aeon of the Child – conversational fragments pt3

Letter from Cthulhudruid to frater x “Wotcha, I’m not totally sure where Druidry fits into the GD thelemic picture either, but I’m working on it!! My whole interest in the “occult” esoteric started with Book 4, it fascinated me, but … Continue reading

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A Druid in the Aeon of the child – conversational fragments pt2

This first fragment is from the western tantric practitioner (frater x) to yours truly “Cthulhudruid” “-Well my daily routine consists of GD type work, other work from the western esoteric tradition, and tantric (satyananda) yoga. I’ve have several times been … Continue reading

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A Druid in the Aeon of the Child – conversational fragments pt1

I was recently going through some of my old correspondences, when I came across some emails that I exchanged with a “Western Tantric” occultist who had an interest in Druidry. We swapped emails that covered all manner of topics, including … Continue reading

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