The Ancient Order of Druids in America, in conjunction with Starseed Press, has launched a publishing program to bring out books relevant to our traditions and study program. Several books relevant to our work are also published by Weiser Books, and a correspondence study program is also available to members and nonmembers interested in traditional Druid Revival spirituality.
Trilithon: The Journal of the Ancient Order of Druids in America
Trilithon:The Journal of the Ancient Order of Druids in America is the official journal of the AODA. In its pages youcan find inspiration for walking the path of druidry today, discussions ofrevival druidry past and present, and for practicing AODA druidry.
AODA/Starseed Press Books
The Ancient Order of Druids in America, in conjunction with Starseed Press, has launched a publishing program to bring out books and other resources relevant to our traditions and study program.
The Druid Grove Handbook
Compiled from the records of the Ancient Order of Druids in America, and edited by the AODA's current Grand Archdruid,widely read author and environmental blogger John Michael Greer, this book provides a detailed survey of the evolution of AODA's ceremonial traditions, and the complete rituals for opening and closing a Druid grove, initiating candidates for membership, and celebrating the solstices and equinoxes, the four primary holy days of the traditional Druid year.
90 pages, $15.95
Druid Revival Reader
An accessible and engaging introduction to contemporary Druid nature spirituality by the current Grand Archdruid of an American Druid order, The Druidry Handbook offers a hands-on guide to Druid methods of meditation, seasonalcelebration, and living in harmony with the green Earth.
In the midst of the eighteenth-century Enlightenment, a handful of British intellectuals turned their backs on the social and cultural trends of their time and set out to reinvent the spirituality of the ancient Druids. The movement that rose out of this effort played a central role in struggles for cultural identity in most of the Celtic nations of Europe, provided inspiration to such world-class creative talents as William Blake and Frank Lloyd Wright, and inspired an innovative tradition of Western nature spirituality that remains active to this day. The Druid Revival Reader provides the first collection of original writings from that movement. Its selections, beginning with William Stukeley's survey of Druid theology from 1743 and ending with Ross Nichols' 1947 essay "An Examination of Creative Myth," cover two centuries in the life of an evolving tradition.
Edited and introduced by contemporary Druid John Michael Greer, The Druid Revival Reader is essential for understanding the sources of modern Druid and Pagan traditions, and offers a wealth of insights relevant to the ecological and spiritual crises of our own time.
232 pages, $19.95
The Gnostic Celtic Church
The Gnostic Celtic Church (GCC) is an independent sacramental church of nature spirituality affiliated with the Ancient Order of Druids in America. Drawing its teachings and practices from a rich medley of sources, including the Druid Revival, the Gnostic Revival, the old Universalist Church, and the modern independent sacramental movement, it offers a contemporary vision of spiritual practice rooted in the Gnosis of Nature—the recognition of the natural world as a core source of meaning, value, and spirit. This manual and book of liturgy covers the teachings, ceremonies, and requirements for ordination in the GCC.
109 pages, $15.95
The Druidry Handbook
288 pages. $21.95
The Druid Magic Handbook
The first book to provide instruction in the distinctive methods of ceremonial magic in the contemporary Druid tradition, The Druid Magic Handbook draws on the traditions of the Ancient Order of Druids in America to provide a complete curriculum for the student of Druid magic.
288 pages, $19.95
The Dolmen Arch course is a reconstructed early 20th century American Druid correspondence course, which includes material closely related to the teachings in The Druid Magic Handbook, along with a great deal of additional teachings not published elsewhere -- meditation practices, Druid philosophy, teachings concerning the Mabinogion, methods of energy healing, and much more. Although it is an independent course and not part of AODA, the Dolmen Arch course qualifies for credit toward the Druid track of AODA's Second Degree training program.The course is taught personally by Grand Archdruid Emeritus John Michael Greer, and is available to the general public as well as to members of AODA. If you are interested in learning more about the course, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.