Druidry, an ancient Celtic belief that worships deities who take their forms in nature, has been given the official status of a ‘religion’ in Britain. It is a form of neo-paganism, along with Wicca, Voodoo and Shamanism. Surprisingly enough the belief system is already provided with tax-exempt religious group status in the US.
The Druid Network in Britain, which has only 350 members, sought charitable status for “the advancement of religion for public benefit and no other purpose,” reported the BBC. They insisted theirs was no ordinary religion, claiming that it has no asserted dogma, and explaining that members associate their gods with the moon, fertility, rain, love and other forces.