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Types of Druids

Aine
Aine

“Druid” is an English translation of the Irish draoí and the equivalent from other Celtic cultures. But the druids were also in large part the intellectual class in Celtic societies. “Druids” included doctors, lawyers, the equivalent of modern college professors, and other non-religious educated elites, both male and female.

source: paganachd.com
Amaethon - God of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry
Amaethon - God of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry

Amaethon - God of Husbandry, Agriculture, and Luck. - Welsh God. Amaethon ploughman is the God of Husbandry Agriculture and Luck and the son of the goddess Don.

Arawn
Arawn

Arawn was the king of the otherworld realm of Annwn, a world of delights and eternal youth where disease is absent and food is ever-abundant. Arawn was the owner of a magical cauldron with rejuvenating powers, that would not boil a coward's food.

Arianrhod
Arianrhod

Although Arianrhod is better known through Math vab Mathonowy within the Mabinogion. Arianrhod fach Don according to tradition is the daughter of Beli Mawr. In turn Arainrhod fails Math test to become his foot holder.

Blodeuwedd
Blodeuwedd

Blodeuwedd. by Winter Cymraes. A Note On The Celts Within the Celtic Tradition, storytelling has long been a favoured occupation and, generally speaking, the longer and more intricate the story, the more revered the legend and the teller. Long held as the embodiment of most ancient Welsh legends is the Mabinogion. The story of Branwen is contained therein, as is the legend of Blodeuwedd.

source: druidry.org