Milo . . . I am so extraordinarily grateful to you for pointing out that diplomacy isn't my strong point. I'd never have figured that out otherwise!
If you prefer, I could still Ushhy-bomb this thread with a five page post pointing out everything that's wrong with everything that everyone has said here? Although, considering the thread in question, five pages might not be enough.
The short version is:
The druids are all dead and gone, and have been since the Iron Age. Deal with it. Anyone who claims to be following their religion is trying to revive a dead one with 99.9+% of the material and culture missing, and the little bit remaining filtered through centuries of having been transcribed by religious men of a different religion. There is no living tradition and absolutely no possible way that you can authentically practice their religion . . . even assuming, that is, that it's a single coherent religion and not a series of loosely related ones which is more likely anyway.
Oh, and ogham was invented by an educated Christian in the late Roman period and those runes on the belt are early medieval in origin and were the first known orthography used in association with several Germanic languages including Old Norse and Old English. They really have nothing to do with anything "Celtic".
And, there's no such thing as a Viking horned helmet. I thought that myth at least had been laid to rest even in the popular imagination.
There, Milo, happy? That's called a tactical Ushhy-bomb. It's the small short version.
Re: The armour in question in this thread: Your leatherworking technique is coming along nicely. Try practicing refining some of your techniques, including edge finishing like was mentioned earlier. Dying the edges to match is usually also a nice touch. Did you do the tooling by hand? Great job! Not really Irish in any way, but it's really well done, and I like your artistic style. Would you like some links to what actual Iron Age and Medieval Irish decorative styles looked like? Some of them are really complicated and intricate, but I think if you did the ones in the OP by hand you should be able to make short work of it.