Modern Druidry – A Talk

Last Summer, I was invited to speak at the LinDhu Gathering in Lincolnshire, UK, on the topic of Modern Druidry.

A recording of the talk has finally been found – so here, for your entertainment, is a spoken blog post, so you can hear my actual voice and what I have to say… enjoy 🙂




  1. plot320 said

    Thank you so much for posting this link. As an urban solitary it was a very timely pointer of where I’ve been wandering off my path and also a lovely warm hug confirmation that lots of my doings are still on my map. Thank you also for your book, though I must confess that right at the very start you sent me off in a totally different direction which was to immerse myself in The Baroque Cycle for which I shall remain eternally grateful. Just wish you were still in Southwark where I am now!

    • druidcat said

      Thank you for such lovely words! And I do visit London often – keep an eye on the website (and Twitter/FB) for dates coming soon 🙂

  2. Andrew Smith said

    Tealight and a tree – thanks, Cat. A welcome reminder. I’m usually very strict about taking a lunchbreak and a walk in the park, though I’ve let it slip recently as the workload has increased. I shall at least try to pause now and again, breathe and carry on (even if the tree must be one that I visit in my mind).

  3. 3 years ago my other half-Nick and I finally got a chance to make a break with the rat race. We are in central France-Nick is doing woodwork. our webpage if you would like to see us is and on Facebook Ebenisterie Hemming. There you will see Nick’s latest woodcraft. For the last few years been gradually unwinding from the life before-hence my interest now in Paganism-not something ever thought about before. Thoroughly enjoyed hearing your talk-can totally relate to this reconnection of a different pace of life. Its a struggle for us here, its not easy to make it work-a reversal from mass production, having a boss. Nick got bees last year, and we enjoy fresh eggs. I am really looking forward this year to doing our garden. Seen courses online for Druid courses etc, all in good time, no rush. Before used to rush about. Cant even imagine going back to an office etc! Warm regards, enjoyed your relaxed style talking and can hear you have found a good way of living. As its a struggle not to be tempted by an easy pay cheque again-good to hear your words of encouragement-timely! Nicky xx

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