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This conference is currently out-of-session, not certain when it will revive. It is here for historical purposes. Posting is MODERATED as a result to avoid spam-build-up. If you have something that needs to be posted write to mikerdna@hotmail.com

If you want to know about the RDNA, go to RDNAtalk conference, see the website www.rdna.info or read www.rdna.info/uwp.doc for a briefer pamphlet.

If you wish to review the last season, feel free to read the introductory posts that began on #701 Oct 24 2006, and Step 1 of the program begins on #783, Step 3 on #898 on Dec 26th, Step 4 on #933, Step 5 on #978 on May 17th 2007.

This conference is open to all people (of any background or tradition) with an interest in studying and discussing Reformed Druid texts, which are non-official, non-dogmatic, but sometimes humorous and often insightful.

We will be reading together through the on-line newest version of the lengthy 2nd Edition of "A Reformed Druid Anthology" between Nov 1 2006 and November 1st 2007 (maybe longer). We will take about 60 weeks to cover 12 to 14 steps in a study program through the 884 pages, to better understand the group's history, liturgies and philosophies, with numerous digressions. If you join later than Nov 1, check with the moderator at mikerdna@hotmail.com on how to procede and catch up, or go to the FILES section and look at the New Syllabus and proceed in order.

It is not necessary to take this course to be a Reformed Druid. You can be a Reformed Druid without ever cracking open a book, actually! This study course is "one way, yea, one way among many" to better understand the varieties and ways of Reformed Drudism.

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  • 165
  • Druidism
  • Oct 12, 2004
  • English

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