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The Auraceipt na-Eces – The Scholar’s Primer ed George Calder

While I enjoyed reading the Auraceipt I often found it confusing, because most of it is to do with the word structure of Irish Gaelige and I only know one or two words. 126 more words

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The Fluidity of Paganism

Paganism is an unorganised religion and some people seem to think that it means that we can make up what we like and do what we like. 64 more words

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New Old Habits

It’s so difficult to get back into old habits.

This morning I realised that I hadn’t meditated, which I used to do at the weekend and am trying to get back into. 84 more words

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Marking the Seasons

A lot of Pagans use the festivals to mark the seasons. The problem I have with this is that they insist that the start of the Summer is Beltane. 176 more words

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Friends, Romans and countrymen! What`s in an Oak?

History says Celts were the first to make oak barrels and Greeks were using Palm wood barrels before Romans. But those barrels from Greeks and Celts were used not only for wine, but for transportation of any kind of goods. 463 more words


Judging Deities

People seem to put deities into two categories : nice and nasty. Nasty ones can include The Morrigan and Loki and nice ones can include Brigit and Flora. 164 more words

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