Aontacht Spring/Autumn 2012, Sacred Places

Spring - Autumn  2012 issue of the Aontacht Magazine
for both Northern and Southern Hemispheres -- 'creating unity in the community'
brought to you by Druidic Dawn and the Aontacht Production Team!


35 pages, graphically illustrated, just a little more than a Newsletter. Complete with a feature Q & A Interview with Jenne Micale,  A member of the Henge of Keltria. Accompanied with additional articles, reviews, poetry, recipes, Wild Earth, community event listings and much more!

The theme this solar quarter is "Sacred Places", with article contributions from various members presenting their views on this theme.  The Aontacht Magazine is being presented from this neighbourhood, and shared with the wider Druid and Celtic Spiritual Internet Community.

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Re: Aontacht Spring/Autumn 2012, Sacred Places

We need to thank you for stepping forward, sharing your journey and allowing the community to interview you.

Aontacht magazine is the public voice of the Druidic Dawn Community, through time and longevity, every community member be it a group or an individual, will have the opportunity to be interviewed by its community members; and featured within the magazine.
Aontacht is seeking articles on Healing for the forthcoming issue. Additionally the next interview is with the founders of Caer Australis, readers may recall their previous contribution relating to the Celtic Cosmos theme some time ago.

If a community member is interested in having an interview undertaken, please drop a private message or email the magazine.  

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Re: Aontacht Spring/Autumn 2012, Sacred Places

Thanks so much for interviewing me! I feel very flattered. 

Is tu grian nan neamha,
Is tu gile nan speura,
Is tu reul agus ceuma
Nam faontrach.