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Wed, 12/01/2010 - 14:33 — Anonymous
The Cosmic Mill within Cosmology, an insight through various cultural perceived concepts......
Wed, 12/01/2010 - 13:08 — Anonymous
Jeremy Harte looks at aspects of the Yew Tree within this informative essay.
Thu, 03/18/2010 - 11:29 — cuardai
While looking at the components of religion I started with religion and myth and this is the next step in the search. Rituals.
Thu, 02/18/2010 - 08:32 — cuardai
It is obvious to anyone who follows the news that religion has a huge impact on our world today. However, ask anyone to define religion and you will probably get a different answer from each person you ask. Each person could have their favorite definition, which they think is the correct one and sometimes, if not most times, this definition is not complete. Basically, there is no consensus on the definition of religion.
This essay is part of my own religious studies, so in essence this is my attempt to look at what religion is to me. The aim of this essay is to define religion (from my point of view though I will try to include other definitions) and determine (again from my point of view) the characteristics of religious worldview.
Mon, 09/21/2009 - 19:22 — akgbeck
A past essay on the cult of the head within Celtic culture.
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Sun, 08/16/2009 - 19:45 — Astrocelt
A study of Celts in Northern Gaul first published in Aontacht, Volume 1 Issue 04 Spring/Autumn Equinox 2009
Mon, 07/13/2009 - 13:17 — Media Report
Jennifer Cannon article from the Examiner.com relating to a New Age 101 - Brief history of the Celts, major precursors to New Age beliefs - Part 1 & 2
Tue, 06/09/2009 - 22:15 — Fae
This is an attempt to collect as many possible early and medieval texts produced in the "Celtic" countries, or on Celtic themes (hence the inclusion of Continental Arthurian works). Some works are actually links off-site; others are provided here at the CLC.
I should note that most of the translations are old--often seventy-five years and older. The older the translation, the worse it seems to be, especially the Welsh. However, given the copyright laws, I cannot give anything more recent (or more accurate) without running into trouble. Even if a book is out of print, that doesn't mean its copyright has run out. There are a few exceptions, namely James Clancy's translation of "Y Gododdin", used with the (after-the-fact) permission of his son. The other is Dell Skeel's translation of the Didot Perceval text, from the 1960s; again, I'd like to thank both Mr. Skeel and Thomas Clancy for allowing me to provide these translations to the public.
Tue, 04/14/2009 - 09:22 — cuardai
A personal website that offers one point of view on who the Celts were and what they were like. It talks about their history culture, religion and mythology. It also gives the author's insites into something related to UPG.
Thu, 05/01/2008 - 13:38 — Admin
Land, Sea and Sky is a collection of articles by well known writers in their field. It covers a variety of topics relating to the "celts". It's a marvellous place to start your journey and explore the many subjects available. They cover a wide range of knowledge. Well worth exploring! Land, Sea and Sky is being shared with the Druidic Dawn Community.