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The Henge of Keltria—Druidism for the 21st CenturyReduce, Reuse, and Recycle with this Tote Bag . These 100% cotton canvas tote bags have plenty of room to carry your Druid stuff when you are on the go or your weekly groceries. They include a bottom gusset and extra long handles for easy carrying.
* 10 oz heavyweight natural canvas fabric
* Full side and bottom gusset
* 22" reinforced self-fabric handles
* Machine washable
* Measures 15" x 18" x 6"
Tag Archives: Ancestors
by Steward of the Wood War has been a factor of the human existence for tens of thousands of years. Our Celtic ancestors reveled in war among themselves and with others and the Bards revered warriors like Cúchuláinn and Finn … Continue reading
Solitary practice: A full moon rite to Manannan by Jenne Micale Connecting with your Gods – whether it be your matron or patron, the Gods of the season or whomever you wish to work with at the time – is … Continue reading
From the President Ancestors by Tony Taylor Wren, GreyBoar, BeanSidhe, and I recently hosted a booth at a small Pagan gathering near Atlanta promoting The Henge of Keltria. It was an excellent opportunity to network with people I seldom see … Continue reading
Connecting with your Ancestors By Steward of the Wood What is it that connects people, not only to family but even to total strangers? Of course many things attract us, but one of the strongest is our common bonds. Humans … Continue reading
The Last Lesson by Wren Taylor [Ed Note: This article was first published in Henge Happenings in Samhain 1999 and is reprinted here in remembrance.] 3:30 AM — I sit bathed in the cold light of the conical copper lamp … 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 Tony Taylor & Wren Taylor The small, dark haired girl eyed me owlishly. Her mother stood directly behind her with her hands resting lightly on the child’s shoulders. She explained that her daughter’s classmates told her that Druids were … Continue reading