WELCOME TO ORDER OF CELTIC WOLVES
A Druid Welcome
Welcome to the Order of Celtic Wolves. Thank you for joining the Order and I hope that it becomes an integral part of your life. I hope it benefits you and that it connects you on a physical, mental and spiritual level.
This Order is not exclusive and we welcome members from other Druid Orders. I, myself, am also a member of OBOD (Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids). There are other Orders that run courses and generally in 3 grades.
Rather than stick to a strict structure, we will present articles and material on different subjects, which we hope you find inspiring, challenging and informative.
This Order believes in teaching you how to fish. It gives pointers, but not exhaustive information. That is where books and personal research come in.
It is my personal belief (and you are allowed to disagree) that there should be no hierarchy in an Order. An Order is a body of people and whether you are a big toe, heart or liver you are equally important. Diversity and equality is very important to the Order and we have zero tolerance to bigotry and elitism.
Diversity is something to celebrate. If we recognise that our differences make us special, then we can see that each and every one of us has something of value to give, just like the wolves in a pack.
This Order will attempt to connect you with nature and the Celtic past and present. We support rewilding and conservation and encourage members to contribute towards a charitable cause.
I have a day job and family commitments like many of you. Family is important and this Order believes family comes first.
You don’t have to accept everything that is published, but you will only get out of it what you put in. Sometimes we will revise articles after new research/ understanding comes to the fore. At the end of the day we are all learning together.
The ultimate goal of the Order of the Celtic Wolf is for you to develop to your fullest potential mentally, physically and spiritually. Therefore, the Order is centred on you. However, we are also keen to establish meetup groups to mark rites of passage throughout each year, or connect those interested with existing meet up groups.
The important thing is to focus on the lessons, not the teacher. So I extend thanks and gratitude for those who have accepted the invitation to come along. Long may you stay and prosper with the Order of the Celtic Wolves.
Founder of the Order of Celtic Wolves