A post with a OBOD perspective.
I have a friend who follows a Druidic path in his spiritual journey. He is often talking about the elements in terms of these three components: land, sky, and the sea. For me it seems to be missing an element, but I wanted to understand more from where he was coming from. There are other cultures that include other elements into their belief system. Chinese perspective has additional elements like wood and metal, many pagans who subscribe to the pentacle as a symbol include spirit as the top element of the pentacle’s point. What is so different on this Druidic path that incorporates the entirety of the elements in only three areas? This I needed to look into further to truly understand.
The pagan world often refers to the three worlds of the Druid path as the Celtic elements, allowing for sky to be made up of fire and air…
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