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The Celtic Kingfisher By Rory Macquisten
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This novel is set in an early Celtic period and is about a young man and his desire in life to become a storyteller. His journey takes him to the mainland where he encounters omens, seers and the... More > evil cult of the dead. Events soon require him to find a mystical many gifted man called Lugh. Only by finding and learning new mental powers from him can he hope to right the wrongs done to his family and then be able to return to his true ambition in life.< Less
Celtic Christianity By Heinrich Zimmer
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The Celtic Church (c. A.D. 400-1150) was unique. They had their own life, style, rituals and rites, and their own understanding of just what it means to be Christian. The conversion of Ireland was... More > virtually bloodless, which is almost unique to that country. What is it that makes these great Saints of the past so endearing to us today? Heinrich Zimmer shows us what their faith and church practise was like from original source documents. But, unlike many who credulously take them at face value to make whatever use (Christian or not) of them they wish, Zimmer uses critical thinking and sleuth-like abilities to demonstrate the truth of their story. If you have a serious interest in Celtic Church history, this book is a forgotten "must-read."< Less
Celtic Christianity By Heinrich Zimmer
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The Celtic Church (c. A.D. 400-1150) was unique. They had their own life, style, rituals and rites, and their own understanding of just what it means to be Christian. The conversion of Ireland was... More > virtually bloodless, which is almost unique to that country. What is it that makes these great Saints of the past so endearing to us today? Heinrich Zimmer shows us what their faith and church practise was like from original source documents. But, unlike many who credulously take them at face value to make whatever use (Christian or not) of them they wish, Zimmer uses critical thinking and sleuth-like abilities to demonstrate the truth of their story. If you have a serious interest in Celtic Church history, this book is a forgotten "must-read."< Less
The Celtic Kingfisher By Rory Macquisten
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A novel set in Celtic times about a young man and his journey in life to become a storyteller. On the way he witnesses omens, meets seers and comes up against the evil cult of the dead.
Celtic Literature By Matthew Arnold
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The following remarks on the study of Celtic Literature formed the substance of four lectures given by me in the chair of poetry at Oxford. Again and again, in the course of them, I have marked the... More > very humble scope intended; which is, not to treat any special branch of scientific Celtic studies, but to point out the many directions in which the results of those studies offer matter of general interest, and to insist on the benefit we may all derive from knowing the Celt and things Celtic more thoroughly. Here the mere literary critic must owe his whole safety to his tact in choosing authorities to follow, and whatever he advances must be understood as advanced with a sense of the insecurity which, after all, attaches to such a mode of proceeding, and as put forward provisionally, by way of hypothesis rather than of confident assertion.< Less
The Celtic Kingfisher By Rory MacDuff
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The Kingfisher is a novel set in the early Celtic period of our history. It is about the journey of a young man called Fionn mac Donal and his desire in life to become a storyteller. His journey... More > takes him to the mainland where he encounters omens, seers and the evil cult of the dead. Events soon require him to begin a search for a mystical, many gifted man called Lugh. Only by finding and learning new abilities from him can he hope to right the wrongs that have been done to his family and then return to his true ambition in life. As we enter a new age today with all its potential positive and negative outlooks, this book gives indication that there are things we can learn from the past that will help us with our future.< Less
The Celtic Twilight By William Butler Yeats
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Here is the book that made William Butler Yeats an household word. Many today know his name without knowing why he's famous. Anyone who is serious about Celtic or Irish folklore, storytelling or the... More > oral tradition, must read this book. Without a doubt, the style is that of a relaxed rural Irish storyteller doing what he does best: "spin a yarn," as his American cousins might say.< Less
The Celtic Twilight By William Butler Yeats
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Here is the book that made William Butler Yeats an household word. Many today know his name without knowing why he's famous. Anyone who is serious about Celtic or Irish folklore, storytelling or the... More > oral tradition, must read this book. Without a doubt, the style is that of a relaxed rural Irish storyteller doing what he does best: "spin a yarn," as his American cousins might say.< Less
The Celtic Year By Elizabeth Wilson
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This project grew from an idea originated by Sally Stafford [artist] and Ian Gorton [digital artist], soon joined by Fi Benson [writer] and Elizabeth Worlledge [writer]. The idea grew into a blog... More > which invited people to contribute creatively, with their responses to the key festivals of the Celtic Year. Beginning at Samhain 2008, the project has grown to include creative submissions from around the world, in a wide range of formats; from paintings to stories, from film to sound. This publication captures some of the submissions to the blog, from Samhain to Litha, the summer solstice. An exhibition held in July 2009 at Coleford [UK], will show many of these and other pieces, including music, spoken work and participatory installations. This publication will be updated after Mabon, the Autumn Equinox, to become a record of one Celtic year of creativity. http://thecelticyear.blogspot.com/< Less
The Celtic Year By Elizabeth Wilson
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This project grew from an idea originated by Sally Stafford [artist] and Ian Gorton [digital artist], soon joined by Fi Benson [writer] and Elizabeth Worlledge [writer]. The idea grew into a blog... More > which invited people to contribute creatively, with their responses to the key festivals of the Celtic Year. Beginning at Samhain 2008, the project has grown to include creative submissions from around the world, in a wide range of formats; from paintings to stories, from film to sound. This publication captures some of the submissions to the blog, from Samhain to Litha, the summer solstice. An exhibition held in July 2009 at Coleford [UK], will show many of these and other pieces, including music, spoken work and participatory installations. This publication will be updated after Mabon, the Autumn Equinox, to become a record of one Celtic year of creativity. http://thecelticyear.blogspot.com/< Less