By Michael Scharding
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Extra info for A Reformed Druid Anthology (Illustrated) (1996)
Although David Frangquist was the primary author of The Druid Chronicles (Reformed), the following Druids made the following contributions: • Howard Cherniack was the original formulator of the Basic Tenets (Law 5, 6). Frangquist reprinted it in a poetic fashion. • Kathryn Courtice wrote the words to the Earth-Mother song in chapter two of Customs. It was put to music by Peter Basquin. • David Fisher is the original author of the speech in Early Chronicles chapter seven and the ritual excerpts taken from the ordination of Second Order Druids found in Customs 3:7-10.
Often it is indulged in for its own sake, as in the case of secret organizations and in the worship of the state (which is often confused with patriotism). 5. For ritual is capable of crowding all else out and becoming the end in itself. It is for this reason that we are constantly threatened by the Druid ritual shedding its philosophy and becoming mere playacting. 6. I am persuaded that our philosophy is valuable, for in Nature we have found a peace and a fulfillment that was otherwise lacking.
8:5. h : See Law 1:4-6. C. 5:10. C. 6:4. k : See Med. 7:13. l : See Cus. 6:6; Med. 1:1-16. C. 7:10. ” b :Other authorities c :See Med. 6:1. C. 7:7. C. 2:10. f : See Med. 2:6. C. 4:8. C. 6:4. C. 1:2-4. a : Other authorities add: “at Carleton College” b : Other authorities add: “Save he [or she] were c : See Cus. 6:7. d : See Cus. 3:5. e : See Cus. 1:8. f : See Cus. 4:7. a : See Cus. 5:5. b : See Law 4-6. c : See Cus. 6:7; 8:1. d : November 1st. e : February 1st. f : May 1st. g : August 1st. h : See Med.
A Reformed Druid Anthology (Illustrated) (1996) by Michael Scharding