>>3111>How much more can you tell me about this Druid stuff?
Depends on how much you want to know, i will try answer what you can ask but what exactly do you want to know about?
I know quite a bit but am still learning about Aryan and Celtic mythology so i will try answer whatever.>Are there daily rituals like praying to spirits?
Not prayers but more meditation, gain the attention of daemons and respect nature while being kind and manly, worship the gods then give offerings, praise the sun and moon respectively.
There have been numerous times i have come in contact with things i can only say are not normal, i have had visions of the future through deep meditation on psychedelics or while on them during sleep, i am afraid of going outside at night during the waning crescent specifically around 13% due to having so many anomalies occurring at that phase.
There is no real handbook of druid magicians but there is mention of some stuff throughout the literary i have found, i make most of my magical work by myself rather than following any specific group because i have found that is what works best, i take most of it from actual witchcraft but also other forms of it like Aztecan as well as some other magician cultures like the Egyptians, i think sex or love magic was a common practice among st Egyptian sorcerers.>How does the religion shape their actions?
I think their diet was different to most but i'm not sure exactly what it could be other than maybe it being low in fats and including fasting, there is something to how drugs effect someone on an empty stomach that creates a stronger experience so maybe they did not eat very much other than the necessities as over indulgence wasn't very common unless at festivals or fire celebrations like the eves of May the 1st, August the first and November 1st, these were considered spirit nights but there would be particular events every 3 months on the 20th, the summer solstice being the most liveliest and where rituals were aplenty.
Do you mean also discipline in the religion?
Well in terms of discipline they could still fight other people but only in defense rather than offense, they were somewhat disciplined in diet because they must have been on drugs of some kind while having a diet that centered around getting into trance easier so thus obviously a fasting diet of some kind would have been implemented to achieve a deeper trance state, the amount of magical practices they would have underwent would have been something that would have required a unique diet to achieve full mastery of, the powers of prophecy and magic are increased under psychedelics and must have been considered very natural to them but abuse of them must have been a taboo since their purpose is not just for pleasure.>How religious is the average follower of Druidism?
Very spiritual rather than devout to a specific organization, they were more like shamans than Christians and the evidence to support Celtic shamanism does exist, they were more open rather than prejudicial and were always thinking about what they are doing before going into something blindly, they were more than simply just ignorant nature loving peace seekers, they knew lots of occult practices and were generally not afraid of the dark or of being in the nude, they were very appreciative of the world around them because they were in tune with themselves and their surroundings, they more like Aryan wizards that delved into both black magic and white magic equally, they were not afraid of daemons but were very respective of them, they did not demonize daemons like most Christians did, they knew the difference between good and evil spirits. >Do they say shit like "By the moon" or "Spirits above"?
There could be some stuff like that in old Gaelic and old Celtic but i'm not sure about it because it is something not quite well known to me, i know the Ogham script and frequently write in it when doing something related to the occult or witchcraft.
There is obviously some euphemisms and sayings inside Gaelic which i guess could be incorporated as druids swearing and cursing.>Would mankind's growing scientific knowledge damage a Druid country's faith in religion or would it incorporate science to create a pro-science+understanding+experimentation and pro-spirituality+morality blend?
The Christians were the ones who forwarded science but i don't see why a druid society would be anti science because they were astronomers so i would imagine that it would work better than a Christian world dedicated to science since there is more openness to how to approach it, alchemy was first shunned by the church as they saw it as being a form of magic so they were actively anti science in the medieval ages, druids must have been well versed in potion brewing and alchemy as the combination of drugs would have required some cauldron which already existed at the time of the iron age Celts.
I don't see why druids could be anti science as star counting was common, they were always keeping track of the stars and were well learned.
What do you want to know about this? Are you interested in it?
It is a part of the history of these isles which is largely ignored so i appreciate your interest, also nice trips.