Where do druids originate from?

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Where do druids originate from?

Druids were people in ancient Britain and France who served a wide variety of roles — “philosophers, teachers, judges, the repository of communal wisdoms about the natural world and the traditions of the people, and the mediators between humans and the gods,” writes Barry Cunliffe in his book “Druids: A Very Short …

Q. What did the Romans say about the Druids?

The Druids were said to believe that the soul was immortal and passed at death from one person into another. Roman writers also stated that the Druids offered human sacrifices for those who were gravely sick or in danger of death in battle.

Q. Who were the Druids and what was their relationship to the Romans?

Druids were priests who were both respected and feared by the British. They were believed to have the ability to see into the future and acted as teachers and judges. It took up to 20 years to finally become a Druid and they were known to be very intelligent.

Q. Are Celts Pagan?

According to other classical sources, the Celts worshipped the forces of nature and did not envisage deities in anthropomorphic terms, as other “pagan” peoples such as the Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians did. … Several of these deities, including Lugus and Matrones, were triple deities.

Q. Why was King Arthur’s table round?

This told of King Arthur’s having a round table made so that none of his barons, when seated at it, could claim precedence over the others. … Joseph was commanded to make a table in commemoration of the Last Supper and to leave one place vacant, symbolizing the seat of Judas, who had betrayed Christ.

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