“Celtic” is a homogenized one, popularly used to apply to cultural groups located in the British Isles and Ireland. However, from an anthropological standpoint, the term “Celtic” is actually fairly complex. Rather than meaning just people of Irish or English background, Celtic is used by scholars to define a specific set of language groups, originating both in the British Isles and in the mainland of Europe.

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Celts, Karma and Reincarnation

Recent discussions about the concept of reincarnation among the Celtic people and the Druids as compared to the teachings of Pythagoras have sparked insights for me that should have been obvious. The first of these insights is that the Celts believed in a world of the spirit. This belief means, among other things, that the Celts believed that spirits could exist in this world by inhabiting the bodies of people, of animals, of plants, of trees and even manifest themselves as the spirits of…

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The Center Point (Celtic)

The Center Point (Celtic) Airmid The methods that I use involve putting oneself in the center of the Three Realms, constructed as a triskele. The first is a movement meditation that I call "The Center Point." It involves both movement and a breathing pattern used to time the movement. Breathing is, ideally, timed to the heartbeat. Three each beat is one count. Breathing pattern is to inhale for 3, hold for 1, exhale for 3, hold for 1. Movement is slow, rhythmic and deliberate. Each movement has…

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A Prayer To Cernunnos

God of the green,Lord of the forest,I offer you my sacrifice.I ask you for your blessing. You are the man in the trees,the green man of the woods,who brings life to the dawning spring.You are the deer in rut,mighty Horned One,who roams the autumn woods,the hunter circling round the oak,the antlers of the wild stag,and the lifeblood that spills uponthe ground each season. God of the green,Lord of the forest,I offer you my sacrifice.I ask you for your blessing. Prayer by Patti Wigington

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Texts in which the Morrigan Appear

These works are the major texts in which the Morrígan or one of the Morrígna appears, but there are other texts in which she’s mentioned in passing that aren’t included. This list was originally compiled by Morpheus Ravenna in "The Book of the Great Queen" All credit goes to her and her incredible work, as well as the contributions of the Coru Priesthood. An Index of Irish Myth The Mythological Cycle Cath Muige Tuired Cunga, “The Battle of Mag Tuired of Cong” or “The First Battle of Mag…

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