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Author Archives: Karl
Edge of November by Karl Schlotterbeck [Archdruid Karl provides inspiration in a poem/song called “The Edge of November.” There is an on-line version of the music at http://www.keltria.org/Sounds/The_Edge_of_November.mp3 where Karl provides both voice and accompaniment (guitar).] He’s things to do … Continue reading
Ask the Wild Bee What the Druid Knows By Karl Schlotterbeck Beekeeper and mead maker There is, I’m told, an old English saying: “Ask the wild bee what the Druid knows.” Maybe it’s just a quaint folk saying but, even … Continue reading
Ensouling Language: On the Art of Nonfiction and the Writer’s Life by Stephen Harrod Buhner Review by Karl Schlotterbeck This is a marvelous that is remarkable in a number of ways. I was excited by the title when I … Continue reading
Review by Karl Schlotterbeck, MA, CAS, LP – Archdruid I first heard of Buhner’s writings when a shamanic teacher recommended one of his earlier books, (2002 by Chelsea Green Publishing). In that book he wrote about the deep relationship between … Continue reading
Archdruid Karl provides additional insight and information regarding the Keltrian Druid Mistletoe Rite. Continue reading
Archdruid Karl, bard extraordinary put together a fresh Ancestor’s Chant. The words are simple, and there is a drone of “ancestors” in the background. Continue reading
By Tom Haddox and Karl Schlotterbeck Riding the edge of waves and Sky, Riding the shore from the Sea – You bridge between our world and your own, Oh, master of the veil. Hail, now let our worlds be one … Continue reading
By Karl Schlotterbeck, MA, CAS, LP, 2009 The possible presence of “Celtic Shamanism” in the old Celtic world has, at times, been questioned. Although there are clear references to Bards, Ovates and Druids, nowhere is there reference to a class … Continue reading