Come and experience an immersive teaching programme on the sacred isle of Anglesey, the ancestral seat of the ancient British Druids. The Order serves to rekindle the ancient seat of learning by providing a face to face teaching programme.
The Order's primary course will introduce and provide you with the following -
Classroom based teaching exploring the function of Mythology
Exploration of the mysteries of the 4 Branches of the Mabinogi as spiritual practise
Introduction and working with the Gods of our tradition
An exploration of the mysteries of Taliesin
A journey to explore the nature of self
The function of Magic in Druidry
Ritual and Practise
Rituals and ceremonies held within the sacred landscpae of Anglesey
Official membership of the Order and the opportunity to be part of our magical family and community
The Order is now accepting applications for its 2018 training programme. The course consists of 4 residential weekends on the Isle of Anglesey, fully inclusive of accommodation, course materials, and all food and beverages for Saturday and Sunday, Thursday evening and Friday are bring and share. Accomodation is provided from the Thursday, although, attendance on the Thursday is not compulsory and is offered as a time for getting to know the ADO team, the other students and exploring the Island. Teaching officially begins on Friday afternoon, full details will be sent to successful applicants. Please note places are strictly limited to 18 students.
Costs are £155 per weekend. Membership is reliant on attending and completing the full course programme.
The Order’s training programme takes place on the east coast of the island within a sacred landscape. The teachings, in keeping with tradition, are oral in nature and conducted face to face. The aim of the programme is to introduce students to the Order’s unique practise of Druidry and to encourage a relationship between the student and the sacred landscape of Anglesey. The course explores myth and occult practises in a practical manner that serves to transform the initiate. Classes are purposefully small in number with a maximum of 18 students annually.