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EXCERPT: In the House of No Stories: Finding the tales of my ancestors by Jenne Micale In the elementary school classroom, the teacher pushed primary-color tacks onto the map of the world, one for each of our ancestors. Specks of … Continue reading
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Keltria: Journal of Druidism and Celtic Magick – Issue #42 From the Editor – Tony Taylor When I think about spring and summer all sorts of wonderful activities come to mind. Weddings, festivals, conferences, and eisteddfods all contribute to the … Continue reading
EXCERPT: The Pelegian Heresy A Possible Druidic Survival? — Brendan Myers Allow me to introduce to you an unorthodox form of early Christianity, which I think everyone who practices modern Druidry should get to know: The Pelegian Heresy. Named for … Continue reading
Be a Henge of Keltria Facebook Follower By Tony Taylor Facebook is a wonderful tool to help stay in contact with friends and organizations. Did you know that there are both supporters and followers? “Liking” a page makes you a … Continue reading
Birds of Ill Repute: Grackles and Omens
Jenne Micale discusses the ill-omened icteridae (grackle) and other birds of ill repute. Continue reading
The Visit – Tony Taylor describes a shared vision upon the occasion of a Keltrian Druid elevation to Ring of the Oak. Continue reading
Nimue Brown returns with an article reminding us not to delude ourselves by thinking everything has symbolic significance. As the old saying goes, “Sometime a cigar is just a cigar.” Or as she says, she does not hang her laundry out in order to tell the birds that she thinks it’s going to be a nice day.”
Sharynne NicMhacha’s article about “White Ravens and Druid Birds,” reminds me of the Tlingit mythological story of how the raven’s white feathers were singed and covered with soot when he released the sun, the moon, and the stars into the sky. In “White Ravens and Druid Birds: Wisdom, Power, and Prophecy in Traditional Celtic Bird Divination” Sharynne delivers a treatise, including bibliography and footnotes regarding Birds in the Celtic Tradition. -TT Continue reading