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Introduction to Keltrian Druidism

October 19, 2013 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


     Are you curious about Druids, ancient and modern? Does the idea of an ancient Celtic “priesthood” intrigue you? Would you like to know how Druidism differs from other earth-based religions? Then join Cindy L. McGinley at the Roseheart Center for a two-hour survey of Druids. Find out from a Celtic historian and modern Druid priestess if the ancient Druids really existed and who they were. Find out what we know of ancient Druid practices, and find out who and what modern Druids are and what they believe and practice, first generally, and then as the Druids of the Henge of Keltria practice Druidism. Learn why the Henge of Keltria is considered “Druidism for the 21st Century.”

    Cindy is an Initiate of the Henge of Keltria, an international Druid Order with headquarters currently based in the Atlanta area. She has attained Ring of the Oak, the highest level within the Keltrian Ring System of Achievement, and is Chief Druid of Garrán an Eich Órbhuí (Grove of the Golden Horse), a Keltrian Grove based in the Syracuse area. She is also honored to be one of very few ministers ordained by the Henge. She has been a member of the Keltrian Order for over 20 years, and has served three terms as Secretary of the Henge, as well as the three-term limit as the organization’s President. She was appointed one of three Trustees in 2009 by her successor and elected to that position by the membership in 2010 and again in 2013.  She has been a long-time mentor to Dedicants and a frequent contributor to Henge Happenings and Keltria Journal.

     Contact Cindy to register. Space is limited. Pre-payment will reserve your place.

This course is a prerequisite for the year-long Druid Apprenticeship beginning on Nov 2, 2013.


October 19, 2013
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Cindy L. McGinley
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RoseHeart Center
7690 Broadfield Rd
Manlius, NY 13035104 United States
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