Collection: Philip Carr-Gomm

Philip always wanted to be a writer and wrote short stories when he was 11 and 12. But then he found the Buddha, the Druids, and Psychoanalysis, and this was all so interesting he forgot about writing until a publisher he met at a dinner party in London, when he was in his late thirties, invited him to write a book. The result, 'The Elements of the Druid Tradition', soon became one of the best sellers in the 'Elements Of' series, and he was asked to write a follow-up: 'The Druid Way'. Later, he broadened his scope from the topic of Druidry, with its contemporary environmental relevance, to include the history of magic in 'The Book of English Magic' (co-authored with Richard Heygate), the subject of sacred sites in the lavishly illustrated 'Sacred Places', and the subject of nudity in religion, politics and popular culture in 'A Brief History of Nakedness.' After an excursion into fiction with his novel set in war-time France, 'The Prophecies', his most recent books are 'Empower Your Life with Sophrology' and 'Seek Teachings Everywhere'. He broadcasts live on Youtube and Facebook every Monday in 'Tea with a Druid' at 8pm UK time, and you can find his website and blog at

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