Reviewed and endorsed by Philip Shallcrass- Greywolf -Chief of the British Druid Order
"A sound, practical introduction to a complex and wide-ranging subject. Danu Forest's guidance chimes closely with my own experience of working with spirits over many years. Integrating folk traditions, literary sources and archaeology with contemporary practice, Danu combines visually strong and spiritually apposite ideas with sensitive advice concerning our relations with spirit, as well as working with sacred sites. As Danu says, how we perceive the spirits we connect with as Druids does make a difference. Having been plugging the notion of Druidry as the native 'shamanic' tradition of Britain and Europe since 1974, it's good to see that it's increasingly catching on, not only amongst fellow Druids, but also amongst archaeologists. I believe we are heading in a direction that links us very firmly with the spirit of ancient Druidry. This is what I call rekindling the sacred fire of Druidry, and I believe Danu Forest's 'The Druid Shaman' will play a part in this rekindling." --Philip Shallcrass - 'Greywolf' Chief of the British Druid Order.
Danu's published works include articles in Kindred Spirit, Soul and Spirit, Sacred Hoop, The Green Parent, Pentacle, Pagan Dawn, Avalon magazine,We'moon, Earth Pathways, FAE and The Magical Times, as well as a long term columnist in the Glastonbury Oracle, and Four Winds magazine. She is the creator of Flower Power Vibrational Essences.
Danu also now has a regular column on family seasonal celebrations and earth based spirituality in
The Green Parent Magazine.
Also announcing Danu's new druid grove in association with the Druid Clan of Dana:
'The Grove of the Avalon Sidhe'
based in Glastonbury UK
(distance membership for the druid grove available)
for more details email email@example.com
Danu's first book the hugely successful "Nature Spirits, wyrd lore and wild fey magic" published by Wooden Books available on Amazon and all good bookshops illustrations by Dan Goodfellow. "...delightful..." Philip Carr-Gomm, chosen chief of OBOD, in the OBOD 2009 Annual review.