If anyone wants to scoff and yell "conspiracy theorist" at those who question the doings of the global elite and speak of Mystery cults and secret societies in modern times being still in action, show them THIS PICTURE from Life magazine. Keep in mind many of these groups have cover stories for all their doings; such as people believing the Masons are just a group meant to do good charity work with some enjoyable "rituals" that are supposedly harmless.
The caption under the photo of the then Princess Elizabeth meeting up with folks dressed in robes reads:
Queen Elizabeth Meets the Druids
Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth II) in a robe of green is led by an acolyte to Archdruid Crwys Williams, who will initiate her into the Mystic Circle of Bards at the national Eisteddfod, or festival, at Mountain Ash, Glamorgan, Wales, August 6, 1946. Men and women who have made a significant and lasting contribution to Welsh culture are sometimes initiated or ceremonially welcomed into Druidical mysteries. But again -- there's no certainty that these mysteries, so many hundreds of years after the original Druids thrived, are related in any way to the actual practices, beliefs, and rituals of the ancients themselves.
Here is yet another photo with two accompanying women. as well as what appears to be part of the "ceremony" itself, with everyone in "costume". Odd behavior for someone who later was given the title as queen as the "defender of the faith". I remember when the news came out too that Rowan Williams--head of the Church of England, was exposed for having participated as a Druid.
Archbishop in waiting becomes druid
By Richard Savill
Published: 12:01AM BST 06 Aug 2002
The next Archbishop of Canterbury was inducted as an honorary white druid yesterday at an open-air ceremony in Wales reminiscent of a scene from a Monty Python sketch.
Dr Rowan Williams, dismissing suggestions that he was dabbling in paganism, joined blue-hooded druids ranked behind a golden harp to be admitted into the Welsh Gorsedd of Bards.
Well what made me even remember this stuff from years ago and think on this, well the Druid religion was made OFFICIAL recently in England. Well from what I can see about the Gorsedd of Bards group, they make out that all this Druidic ceremonial hoo-haw is to honor poets, artists and those who have contributed to Welsh culture, will this change now that the religion itself is OFFICIAL? There seems to be that these Druid modern meet-ups are happening in different places. Look at this one, don't miss this page, that describes the ceremonies and regalia which includes the sun worship inspired "Awen".
Since when does being a 'good writer, poet or cultural maven" necessitate being involved in pagan religious ceremonies? After all the Druids are now considered a "real religion" and has many supporters.