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Welcome to the New Order of Druids!


Welcome to the New Order of Druids, where the Ancient Wisdom of the Druids meets the new world of today, for the age of Druids and magic are not our past, they can be our future... So who and what are we?

The New Order of Druids is intended to unite people with the same interest: wisdom and insight. We believe that wisdom is priceless, and therefore, joining our Circle and College is and always will be free. As long as one's intentions are positive, it does not matter which age, gender, nationality or religion one has to enter the Circle. We are not any kind of cult, but a growing Circle of people with similar and different beliefs, uniting together. To read more about us, CLICK HERE.

  • College course books available again in print!

    Friday, 18 November 2016

    For quite some time, we have been unable to offer the printed book versions of our courses in the Grove of Dana online Druid college. In the past, these books used to be printed through our Cafepress online shop, until they decided to shut down their book printing services. NOD has therefore decided to bring the books back in print through the online press service of Lulu instead.

    We are happy to announce that, as of now, all our course books are back available in print! But there's more:

    * Aside from the Bardic and Ovate Course books, we now also have the Druid Course book available in print!
    * All books have been reduced in price thanks to the lower printing costs of Lulu, and are now available at only € 12 per book (excluding shipping). 

    The books are the same as in the past, except for a size format modification and, in most cases, new book cover images. Some revisions in the text have been done in order to edit out spelling errors that had been overlooked in the past, but the content itself is still the same.

    Have a look at the new NOD Bookstore by clicking here and check it out for yourself!

    It should be noted that the printed book versions of our courses are intended for those who prefer to read the courses on paper rather than on a screen. You are not obligated to buy these books in order to enrol in our courses, as you will still be able to download the course material in full. All profits from the sales of these books will be spent entirely on maintenance expenses of the New Order of Druids.



  • Changes to Celtopedia

    Friday, 24 June 2016

    Celtopedia is a Celtic-related wiki which was launched by the New Order of Druids in 2006. Due to technical reasons related to the server, some changes have recently been made to Celtopedia.

    As of now, Celtopedia has become integrated with the "Celtic Library", another wiki which is integrated into the main website. As such, Celtopedia as an independent wiki has ceased to exist and part of its contents has become integrated with the Celtic Library. The Celtic Library will henceforth be known as "Celtopedia" instead. 

    Not all contents has been moved over: a large portion of the Celtopedia articles were in fact copied from Wikipedia and have since not received necessary updates. For those articles, we refer to Wikipedia for the latest revisions. Other parts, such as the extensive Celtic Timeline and some independent articles, will remain and can be found in the new Celtopedia. This allows us to save on server space, provide better up-to-date content, and to fully integrate Celtopedia into the main website.

    The link to Celtopedia still continues to work and will refer to the new integrated weblink: celtopedia.druidcircle.net.

  • College News

    Thursday, 09 June 2016

    We would like to announce some changes in the Grove of Dana online Druid College.

    The first change is that we have decided to close down the "Becoming Aware" course. The course was lacking mentorship, and since it never attracted many students we have decided it would not be worth the effort of finding new mentors for it for the time being. All other specialisation courses remain available, of course.

    The second change is that there are now two College Coordinators. Elke remains college coordinator as before, but she will now get the help of a second coordinator, Ben (Ontwaken). Please allow Ben a bit of time to get up to speed with everything. The recommended communication channels remain the same: the helpdesk support system, e-mail or the "College Technical Support" forum.

    Thank you for your understanding.

  • NOD's 10th anniversary as a non-profit organisation

    Thursday, 14 January 2016

    This year, in May 2016, the New Order of Druids will exist for 10 years as a non-profit organisation.

    The New Order of Druids initially began on February 1, 2003. Originally, it was only a website with a discussion forum, which was later expanded with a college. On May 3, 2006, we became an official non-profit organisation for the first time. The event received a great deal of media attention in the Belgian press. 

    The New Order of Druids couldn't be what it is today, without the input of all our members. Therefore, we would like to thank you for your input, help and even simply your presence with us. We hope that, with your help, we will be able to continue to grow!

  • Updates on college certificates and NOD Circles

    Tuesday, 30 September 2014

    We would like to inform you about a few changes and updates within the New Order of Druids.

    The first update is of interest to all students of the Bardic, Ovate and Druid courses in the Grove of Dana online Druid college. As of now, it will be possible to request a certificate for completed courses in both digital and printed format. The printed version is available only to upgraded members, as it was already the case before, but the digital version is available to all members, including the free ones.

    Note that digital certificates are only available for free members if your date of course completion took place on or after September 1, 2014. For upgraded members, this date is extended to July 2007 (for both the printed and digital formats). You can read all the information and requirements at this link:


    The second update concerns a decision we have had to make in relation to the NOD Circles (work groups). Due to prolongued inactivity in all existing groups, it has been decided to close down these circles. The discussion topics that were posted in the related forums, however, will not be lost as they have been moved into the nearest relevant general forum (mostly The Druid Inn and The Celtic Cauldron, depending on the subject). We regret having to make this decision, but we hope to count on your participation in various other topics of interest in the general forums.

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King Arthur and the
Gods of the Round Table

Ever wondered if the legends of King Arthur, and the knights and ladies of Camelot, were based on the myths and legends of the Celts, or even on the Germanic and Greek ones? 

King Arthur and the Gods of the Round Table

This book will not only offer an indepth search of parallels between the Arthurian and Celtic legends, but also searches for the pagan symbolism hidden within the many medieval stories of the King of Camelot.

This book can be purchased at the link below:



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For each member that pays for an upgraded membership, the New Order of Druids will automatically donate 5 € to the Nature Conservancy @ nature.org in order to preserve nature and life all around the world! By upgrading your account, you do not only support us, but also the Earth!


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