Synopsis (from amazon.co.uk)
A major study of the work of one of the seminal thinkers in Western Paganism.
Ross Nichols was Chief of the Order of Bards Ovates and Druids until
his death in 1975. He was a man who believed passionately in the
power of myth, poetry, ritual and drama, and in the interconnectedness
of the world's religious systems. This fascinating and wide-ranging
selection of Ross Nichols' work contains writings on key themes including
ritual, festivals, mythology, symbolism, temple architecture and
archaeology, and the links between Druidry and other ancient wisdom
traditions. It is the essential resource for students of Druidry
and lovers of Celtic spirituality.