Who knows anything about ancient Druids? Im not talking neodruid newage shit, i mean climb up in a fucking oak for mistletoe and sacrifice two bulls ancient. Looking to get in touch with ancient earth.
What if someone thinks and feels way faster than most people? What if someone experiences life faster? What if someone has accumulated a couple of lifetimes experiences and knowledge before 30?
That would be awesome. Everyone's mind when's at a different pace.
I've been told in my young age that I act much older than I am.
I accelerated in school because it was easy for me to accept and retain all information I learned while others struggled.
This let me learn faster and ultimately mature and age faster. Mentally that is, not physically.
>We wont ever know what they were up to. The new age "druids" are an insult.
you can't say both of those things at one time. if you don't know what they believed in, you can't know that new age beliefs aren't totally in accordance with their ancient beliefs just by accident.
look to the ancient pagan traditions from nearby regions that miraculously survived millenia of extermination campaigns at the hands of Jupitry and Christendom. Finnish, slavic, and western germanic paganism is as close as well ever get, and all of those venerated trees to varying degrees.
>being this ignorant
The Romans never even got to Ireland beyond some trading. Druids continued to be a thing for centuries after the western empire fell. When the Christian monks compiled (in written form) traditional oral law, druids were still around and given relatively high legal status (less than Christian priests, higher than craftsmen), reflecting the slow conversion of the folk.