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THE DRUIDS EXAMINED
There is no evidence to suggest the Druids actually performed any
religious rituals there, even though it's a popular misconception. The
creation of this myth is due in part by a book published around
1742 by Dr. William Stuckley. Stuckley based this idea from an
unpublished manuscript he read by another historian named Aubrey. But
Stuckley took Aubrey’s mere suggestion and ran with it as though it
were fact. Commenting on a Stonhenge/Druid connection, author and
historian Sturat Piggot said:
The legends of Druids using Stonehenge are simply one
of may legends about the stones. More than likely, the cite was
abandoned by the time the Celts began practicing Druidism. The eye
witness accounts of Caesar and Strabo make no mention of Stonehenge
being used by the Druids. Nor do the later writings of St. Patrick
mention a connection between the Druids and Stonehenge. The Druids seemed to have had no interest in the place.
if you see a book or website about the Druids, it will probably have a
picture of Stonehenge on it. What is even less unlikely is a connection
to Wicca and Stonehenge since Wicca didn’t exist until 1939 A.D. at the
very earliest in a "proto-Wicca" form.
Skulls seem to
have been a particular fascination for the Druids, as it was for
primitive "headhunter" tribes in the rainforests and elsewhere. It
wasn’t uncommon for Celt building to have depictions of human skulls
and skeletons displayed. At Roquepertuse in France, a Celtic sanctuary
dating from the 3rd Century B.C. was discovered with niches in the
pillars with actual human skulls still in them! The threshold of a Celt
building dating from before 123 B.C. was discovered at Entremont,
Provence, and is decorated with carvings depicted severed human heads
and also contains niches for actual human skulls. Here is an
eyewitness description of the barbaric headhunting practices of the
The Celts had a different kind of rock idol in Druid times. They didn't have any hits and you couldn't get an autograph from one. Large stones seem to have been particularly fascinating for the Druids. There are many accounts of the Druids holding large stones to be objects of worship.
Herodian noted that at a Druid sun temple of Emasa
near Tyre, "There is no image, as among the Greeks and Romans, to
represent the gods, but an exceeding large stone, round at the bottom,
and terminating in a point, of conical form, and black color" An
account of a a Druid temple called Magh-slecht was named so from an
idol worshiped there, named Crom-cruiath. It was described in an old
manuscript as "A stone capped with gold, about which stand twelve other
rough stones." Like many primitive people, the Celts worshiped stones
in a form of animism, believing they were gods. They weren't, they were
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