In my letter published in the Lughnasadh 1996 issue, I made an error concerning Caillean's article ("On Committing Intentional Heresy", Keltria, Lughnasadh 1995). His article does not support my statement that he is proposing to create new Deities to supplant those of the ancient Celts. In his concluding paragraph, he states that "...that new Deities will make Themselves known, to join with the old ones..." He also refers to these new Deities as the "additional pantheon". A more careful reading of his original article before I wrote my response would have obviously been of benefit.
While I stand by my thesis that I do not believe in supplanting the Gods of our chosen pantheon with new Gods, I stand corrected in that "On Committing Intentional Heresy" does not support this thesis either.
Walk With Wisdom,
- David Schaal
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