The word druid derives from the Indo-European root drui, meaning “oak,” as well as “solid and true.” Originally, druids served as the bards, teachers, healers, judges, scribes, seers, astrologers, and spiritual leaders of the ancient Celts. They conducted rites and rituals, divined the future, healed the sick, kept the history of their people, and addressed legal matters within their communities. […]
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