As I said over at Atheists’ Heaven, “I think that’s exactly what is, a religion ... then again I don’t think that’s the issue. I think the real issue is whether or not we should be giving what are, effectively, businesses state mandated charitable status unless it can be properly demonstrated that they actually do good “charitable” work.”
To the Druids, what they do, practice, and believe is a religion. I don’t know if they do charitable work or not, but some believe they do good with their religion. I had a friend who was a druid priest and he loved it as much as anyone else loves their religion and tried to teach me about it. Their worship surrounds nature, which is interesting, but I don’t know what else they do, even though he tried to teach me about the religion. He was less offended then others when I told him that I’m a humanist. Wiccans, Druids, Pagans, etc are rather cool in that respect. They don’t seem to get offended as easily as Xians seem to when you tell them you’re not a believer. Just in that one respect alone, I think they are doing society a favour.