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In an examination of the different rites among the Druids and Hebrews, their conceptions of the Deity are exhibited, and, shewn to be alike. Both cultivated grove worship and adored the oak; the temples of both were of a circular form, like that of Stonehenge ; raising up lithoi were common to both ; cairn or vestal fires were lighted, with similar intentions, in Judea and in Britain; Bel, Moloch, the serpent, and bull, were, equally, adored by both ; both were. believers in magic, and in the ma