A Golden Triad: Druids, Bees and Trees

by Liz Ryder ~
Druids, bees and trees form a golden triad, each sharing in a relationship of vital mutualism, cooperation and symbiosis. Bees pollinate trees, and trees feed and house bees. Druids interpret, protect and nurture both trees and bees as sources of health, wealth, wisdom, and access to the faerie world. Alan Watts, in the Tao of Philosophy, asks us to see beyond our ‘skinsacks’ to the outside which is part of our inside. I believe we need to apply that to our understanding of the natural world and our ancestors in interpreting the natural world, the Druids…(to read more, click on the PDF link here).


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