Author: Paco Rabanne & Philip Carr-Gomm
Publisher: Michel Lafon & J’ai Lu (pocket edition)
Bulgarian edition: Sofia 1997
Publication date: 1996
In an extended conversation with Paco Rabanne, the French fashion designer and perfumier, Philip explains the value of Druidism in today’s world. Their discussion is divided into seven sections that explore the early roots of Druidry, its recent renaissance, its relationship to Christianity, and its relationship to the world of Nature, and the creative spirit.
Available in French and Bulgarian editions. There is no English edition of this book.
Philip writes: “I was telephoned one day out of the blue by Paco Rabanne’s office in Paris. They explained that Mr Rabanne was very interested in spiritual subjects, and that he wanted to do a book with me. A few weeks later, two of his team came over from Paris and stayed in a hotel nearby. They had done their homework very thoroughly, and had clearly read widely on the subject.They had prepared a series of questions, and spent the next two days interviewing me, recording it all on hours of tape. We had a great time and they then flew back with more books and material. Months later Paco Rabanne flew over and we met. We discussed details in the book, and he wrote the Introduction.”
Following the Introduction, the book is divided into seven sections that explore the early roots of Druidry, its recent renaissance, its relationship to Christianity, and its relationship to the world of Nature, and the creative spirit.