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Les Quatre Talismans du Druide. De la royauté celtique à la royauté intérieure By Celui du Pays de l'Ours
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Au début des temps, les Tuatha Dé Danann étaient dans les îles du Nord du Monde pour y apprendre la science, la magie, la sagesse et tous les arts du paganisme... Ils nous... More > en rapportèrent les quatre talismans royaux du druide : la pierre de Fal, la Lance du dieu Lug, l'épée du roi Nuada et le chaudron du dieu Dagda... Dans ce nouvel ouvrage, Celui du Pays de l'Ours, Druide de la lignée traditionnelle de John Toland (XVIIIe siècle), montre, en en décryptant la symbolique, que le cycle des fêtes druidiques antiques, en son temps, véritable processus de Réalisation Royale, reste d'actualité pour tous ceux qui sont en quête de spiritualité. À l'issue de la lecture de ce nouvel essai, ils pourront mieux comprendre comment s'inspirer de la royauté celtique antique pour conquérir leur propre royaume intérieur et faire refleurir la terre "gaste" qui est la leur...< Less
A Modicum of Daftitude By Chris P. Bohn
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This selection of online writings runs from 2002 to 2009 and is in chronological order, starting with articles from Kris’s Krazy Korner, which began life in the Internet equivalent of the... More > primordial soup: Geocities. The entire output of everyone’s favourite beardy-weirdy, The Groovy Druid, comes next. And finally, there’s a generous helping of blog posts, which show, if nothing else, that it is possible to create something entertaining from even the flimsiest of material.< Less
Mac Criomthann Tales By G. R. Grove
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Many are the tales which were once told of the Druid called Mac Criomthann and the adventures which befell him in the years he wandered Ireland – for it was not a man of Ériu that he... More > was, but a Briton, and how he came by his name and his nature in that great island I have told elsewhere. Most of his stories are lost now, or attributed to other heroes and magicians, but these few I have salvaged. I learned them once from an ancient Storyteller, long ago in a distant land. Now I share them with you here…< Less
TROS OF SAMOTHRACE - VOLUME ONE By Talbot Mundy
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Talbot Mundy's legendary account of the Druid Warrior Tros and his unwilling service to the Roman Empire. First serialized in Adventure, the book chronicles Tros' attempts to keep Julius Caesar from... More > conquering the Britons, and of the young man's efforts to free his father. Stunning for its time, this work of action that shatters anything R.E. Howard could dream up also makes the case that Celtic peoples were far more sophisticated than the wicker-burning freaks they'd been painted as, and goes deeply into the mind of Caesar, depicting the supposed Worthy as a proto-fascist and demon fully capable of massacring comparatively defenseless barbarians on a whim. No mere hack and slash work, Mundy's Tros grows as the narrative presses along, and survives, ironically, in the service of Rome. This book is the author's finest work, though one that, sadly, ended his relationship with a publisher (who'd been expecting something shorter, and about Cleopatra.)< Less
TROS OF SAMOTHRACE - PART 2 By Talbot Mundy
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Tros is the daring captain of his trireme, and the son of Perseus, an initiate of the mysteries of Samothrace who was murdered by Caesar. Tros fights back by helping to repulse Caesar's invasion of... More > Britain. Bold and crafty, like a true adventurer Tros wants to avoid fighting, but circumstances draw him into it, forcing him to battle the injustice around him. A warrior philosopher and navigator, Tros represents the adventurers and explorers, who value chivalry, honor and freedom, and will outlast Rome. However, Tros is no reckless swashbuckler, mercenary or fortune hunter; his opposition to Caesar is more than revenge. Unlike many of his powerful contemporaries, Tros has a highly developed, almost modern moral sense, and he is labeled a pirate only by his Roman adversaries. Although he makes use of guile, Tros is a man of conscience who is monogamous and loyal, despising the treachery and treason he sees all around him.< Less
TROS OF SAMOTHRACE - PART 2 By Talbot Mundy
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Tros is the daring captain of his trireme, and the son of Perseus, an initiate of the mysteries of Samothrace who was murdered by Caesar. Tros fights back by helping to repulse Caesar's invasion of... More > Britain. Bold and crafty, like a true adventurer Tros wants to avoid fighting, but circumstances draw him into it, forcing him to battle the injustice around him. A warrior philosopher and navigator, Tros represents the adventurers and explorers, who value chivalry, honor and freedom, and will outlast Rome. However, Tros is no reckless swashbuckler, mercenary or fortune hunter; his opposition to Caesar is more than revenge. Unlike many of his powerful contemporaries, Tros has a highly developed, almost modern moral sense, and he is labeled a pirate only by his Roman adversaries. Although he makes use of guile, Tros is a man of conscience who is monogamous and loyal, despising the treachery and treason he sees all around him.< Less
Stonehenge : and Other British Stone Monuments Astronomically Considered By SIR NORMAN LOCKYER
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Lockyer argues that the ancient British monume nts and stone circles are astronomical in nature, as are the ancient monuments in Egypt. Lockyer, considered the founder of solar astrophysics, also... More > founded the Science Museum in London and also the science journal NATURE.< Less
Stonehenge : and Other British Stone Monuments Astronomically Considered By SIR NORMAN LOCKYER
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Lockyer argues that the ancient British monume nts and stone circles are astronomical in nature, as are the ancient monuments in Egypt. Lockyer, considered the founder of solar astrophysics, also... More > founded the Science Museum in London and also the science journal NATURE.< Less
The Boy's Story By Rhowan Brown
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The Tome of Seus: Third Quest US Edition By Anon Anon
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“The Tome of Seus” is an intriguing work of Celtic fiction, composed of eight largely discernable allegorical threads. These inner stories all relate to real-world deeds of humanity, good... More > and bad, great and small, and many of the associated characters are readily identifiable. While the religious allegory stretches back to biblical times, the political timeline spans just sixty-four years. The reader may rise to the challenge of decoding these allegories, or embrace the simple tale, but the convergence of the timelines at a precise and infamous date will be impossible to miss, and in the final pages the true message becomes abundantly clear. It may interest some that the eight allegories are each composed of eight sections, and these sixty-four parable-like stories are interwoven into a single thread; a similar structure to the "I Ching". The index added to this US version doubles as a glossary to assist the reader. Originally published on: 08. 08. 08.< Less

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