- Neo-druidism, grew out of the Celtic revival in 18th century Romanticism.
- The Druid Order (1717)
- Ancient Order of Druids (1781)
- Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn (1888)
- Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD, 1964)
- British Druid Order (1970s)
- Ár nDraíocht Féin (ADF, 1983)
- Syncretic or New Age
- Celtic Wicca, loose syncretism of Wicca with aspects of Celtic mythology; the mainstream Wiccan "Wheel of the Year" syncretizes Celtic and Germanic festivals; Wicca itself syncretizes aspects of many different religions and cultures
- Church of the Universal Bond
- Reformed Druids of North America
- "Celtic Neoshamanism", based on Michael Harner's controversial "Core Shamanism", a New Age current of the early 1980s focused on particular ideas of the "Otherworld"; proponents include John and Caitlin Matthews
- Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism (CR), Celtic Polytheistic reconstructionism, an attempt to form a more historically accurate and authentic tradition, originates in the mid-1980s.
There is a certain amount of overlap, double membership or "cross-pollination" between some of these groups, in particular between the more historically oriented currents of Neo-druidism and CR on one hand, and more syncretic Neo-druid groups (such as the Reformed Druids of North America) and New Age or Wicca on the other.
- Adler, Margot (1979) Drawing Down the Moon: Witches, Druids, Goddess-Worshippers, and Other Pagans in America Today
- Bonewits, Isaac] (2006) Bonewits's Essential Guide to Druidism. New York, Kensington Publishing Group ISBN 0-8065-2710-2 Chapter 9: "Celtic Reconstructionists and other Nondruidic Druids"
- Kondratiev, Alexei (1998) The Apple Branch: A Path to Celtic Ritual. San Francisco, Collins. ISBN 1-898256-42-X (1st edition), ISBN 0-806-52502-9 (2nd edition) [also reprinted without revision under the title Celtic Rituals]
- Laurie, Erynn Rowan (1995) A Circle of Stones: Journeys and Meditations for Modern Celts. Chicago, Eschaton. ISBN 1-57353-106-5
- Mann, Nicholas R. & Maya Magee Sutton (2000) Druid Magic: The Practice of Celtic Wisdom. Llewellyn Publications ISBN 1567184812, ISBN 978-1567184815
- NicDhàna, Kathryn Price; Erynn Rowan Laurie, C. Lee Vermeers, Kym Lambert ní Dhoireann, et al. (2007) The CR FAQ - An Introduction to Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism. River House Publishing. ISBN 978-0-6151-5800-6
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