Just finished this one. I’ve had it awhile and finally got around to reading it. Title is a bit misleading as only one chapter is about the Druids. All the other chapters are about the Celts from Galatia to Britain and Ireland. And the Greek philosopher who visited them in the first century BC.
A lot of the info was review but I did learn some new things like when Paul of Tarsus wrote his letter in Greek to the Galatians in Turkey they didn’t read Greek. The majority of people only read Galatian/Gaulic language. Way to go, Paul.
I also learned that the Ptolemaic pharoahs imported Galatian mercernaries who settled in Egypt for hundreds of years until the Romans came.
I did enjoy it so I have now dug out the other book of Philip Freeman’s I have to read.
The universe and all its blessings are available to everyone who seeks knowledge and wisdom with a sincere heart.
On every level, the cosmos has a generous bounty and gives freely of its rich nourishment and fulfilment. This may relate to material gain and wealth or to spiritual happiness and emotional security, but after the long process of learning, responsibility and rebirth, it is now time to bathe in the light of renewal, attainment and personal triumph. Breathe in the rich air, drink of the sweet water and rejoice in the warming fire of the universal life force.
You stand at the centre as the Tree, your journey complete. You are able to draw on all the qualities from the other cards in the wheel, you are in balance, a whole person. You are at one with yourself, your immediate universe, your own path and a greater destiny.