By Michael Scharding
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Additional info for A Reformed Druid Anthology (Illustrated)
1:13. Frangquist’s Literary Career e : See Cus. 6:7. C. 7:1. C. 3:6, 4:6. The Chronicles are the most popular Druid document and have provided a constant reminder of the reasons why the Reform was founded. Frangquist also was responsible for guiding the early missionary efforts of the Reform, passing legislation, starting the Blue Book of Archives, and collecting the Green Book. He has also helped Druidism to revive at Carleton at least three or four times since he graduated. In essence, Frangquist put a firm stamp on Druidism of the period from 64 to 69, and acted as resource for ArchDruids ever since.
David Frangquist (“the Chronicler”) collected and printed The Druid Chronicles (Reformed) in 1964, and there were originally plans to update them by adding new material periodically. The mock-Biblical style seemed to call in particular for the “Acts of the Druids” and an Epistle or two. Several such works were in fact written. But as the aesthetic unity of the Chronicles came to be appreciated, it was decided not to add the other works, which naturally became known as the Apocrypha. The term apocrypha signifies “things hidden away”, and indeed almost all of these works remained literally hidden away in the personal files of the founders until comparatively recently.
S. I’ve added some new selections to the ARDA version: the Epistle of Renny, the Epistle of Ellen, Gobbledegook and Red Tape, the three Epistles of Robert, A Cup Filled to the Brim with Druidism, Salutations, The Speaking of Beliefs, and the Book of Lacunae. BABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABABAB of the letters; check them out. You may treat the Apocrypha as a collection of undoctored primary sources. I provide some background information on each letter in the Historiography section.