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  • noun The religion and philosophical beliefs promoting harmony with nature, and drawing on the practices of the druids.


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  • This may be termed Neo-Druidism, a kind of Druidism subtilised and reformed on the model of Christianity, which may be seen growing more and more obscure and mysterious, until the moment of its total disappearance.

    The Poetry of the Celtic Races. V.

  • Neo-Druidism -- that is to say, of that secret doctrine, the outcome of Druidism, which prolonged its existence even to the Middle Ages under the form of Freemasonry -- we again find Arthur transformed into

    Literary and Philosophical Essays: French, German and Italian


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