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Secret Seal, Blank By Tabula Rasa
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216 blank pages with title page and decorative frames in the front.
Black Cosmos Sigil, Lined w/frames By Tabula Rasa
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216 Lined pages with frames and blank pages for art, diagrams and sigils.
Memento Mori, blank By Tabula Rasa
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216 decorative title pages, with blank, numbered body pages.
Fire & Water Small Journal By Tabula Rasa
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ADF Sigil of Fire & Water, on a lined journal with blank frames.
Three Cranes Grove, ADF, Membership Guide By Michael Dangler
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Ever wonder what makes a Crane tick? Ever wonder what the basics are of becoming a member of the Grove? This book gives a basic explanation of our Grove mythology, rituals to do, and even provides... More > certain answers to specific ritual questions, if you know where to look. Come join us at our fire!< Less
Three Cranes Grove, ADF, Membership Guide By Michael Dangler
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Ever wonder what makes a Crane tick? Ever wonder what the basics are of becoming a member of the Grove? This book gives a basic explanation of our Grove mythology, rituals to do, and even provides... More > certain answers to specific ritual questions, if you know where to look. Come join us at our fire!< Less
Keltria Journal - Issue 39 By The Henge of Keltria
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The Lughnasadh/Fall 1998 issue (#39) of Keltria: Journal of Druidism and Celtic Magick. Featured articles in this issue include Ogham Divination, A Taste of Breton Verse, A Trip to Ireland, Feathered... More > Cloak and Antlered God, Celtic Myth and Creativity, and Care of the Soul.< Less
The Tome of Seus By Anon Anon
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The Tome of Seus is a simple tale composed of a complex amalgamation of allegorical threads, one of which comments on the story of Christianity to present a rational account of the life of Jesus.... More > There are several other allegories encoded within this text, which run along separate historical timelines and cover a wide range of issues, ranging from the 4th dimension of space to the politics of American Imperialism and 911, the truth. I have placed it here in order that it should be available to everyone as a hardcopy, as I found it quite tedious to print out myself. Please Enjoy. The Tome of Seus is supplied at cost, in line with the condition that it is freely distributable so long as no profit is made. It is also available as a free download from: www.freewebs.com/thetomeofseus/< Less
Mémoire n°11 – Gods of the West. A study in latin and celtic religion (Part 1 - Indiges) By Fabio P. Barbieri
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From the moment it was published in defiance of its dead author's wishes, the Aeneid became the standard for Latin literature. Latin was taught out of it, and Dark Age authors such as Gildas and... More > Gregory of Tours, who knew no other classical Latin author, quoted freely from it. Despite a brief and rather silly period of nineteenth-century disparagement, it has remai-ned so ever since ; the standard for ail intellectual-minded writers, the greatest work of art to emerge from the ancient world, and one of the greatest poems of the world. Above ail, Virgil's philosophical talents have been fruitful down the ages : every poet who successfully attempted large-scale religious epics - Dante, Tasso, Milton - found his chief inspiration in him, and indeed it is doubtful whether, had he not existed, their work would have been conceivable< Less
Mémoire n°27 - Ancient Celtic and Non-Celtic Place-Names of Northern Continental Europe By Ashwin E. GOHIL
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It is widely accepted that the origin of the Celts (in the sense of Celtic-speakers) is probably to be found on the European continent and that they covered a large area in Europe and Asia Minor.... More > Since they lived during the period of Greek and Roman supremacy, many records of the Celts and the places where they dwelled, have been transmitted owing to Greek and Roman authors. Place-names provide a good basis for tracing the 'Celticity' of places and peoples, and as archaeology alone fails to divulge the early history and distribution of Celtic speakers, linguistic research is very relevant. Place-names should be considered as the most widespread linguistic legacy of the earliest Celts, since they occur beyond areas of what belongs to the field of typically so-called 'Celtic' archaeology.< Less

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