Pangur Bán is a 9th century poem written in Old Irish. In the poem, the Irish monk compares his work with the antics of his white cat Pangur Bán, ‘white fuller’. The poem can be found in the Reichenau Primer, which is kept at St. Paul’s Abbey in the Lavanttal in Austria. The Secret of Kells also featuresContinue reading “Pangur Bán”
The Everything Celtic Wisdom Book Jennifer Emick (2009) People of many denominations find spiritual meaning and inspiration in the wisdom of the Celtic tribes. The Celtic path of wisdom incorporates Druidism, early Christianity, and ancient Celtic myth and lore. This guide includes discussion of the following topics: The Divine Male and Female; Shamanism; Druidism; Celtic Christianity;Continue reading “The Everything Celtic Wisdom Book”
The Celts: The Complete Epic Saga (DVD) The Celts were the first European people north of the Alps to rise from anonymity. Wild and ferocious, they were also romantics and mystics and they shared a family of languages that are now the oldest living tongues of Europe. Their story is one of survival, defiance andContinue reading “The Celts: The Complete Epic Saga”
The Secret of Kells (DVD, 2009) Magic, fantasy, and Celtic mythology come together in a riot of color and detail that dazzle the eyes in a sweeping story about the power of imagination and faith to carry humanity through dark times.
Goddess Alive: Inviting Celtic & Norse Goddesses Into Your Life Michelle Skye (2007) The changing of the seasons, phases of the moon, even our personal experiences-all are reflections of the Divine Feminine. Create a stronger connection to the sacred world and your own divinity by welcoming these thirteen powerful Celtic and Nordic goddesses into yourContinue reading “Goddess Alive”
Standing With Stones: A Journey Through Megalithic Britain (DVD, 2008) I watched a very interesting program on the ‘standing stones’ of Britain, the megaliths, henges, stone circles, cairns and other neolithic structures built thousands of years ago across the British Isles. Everybody knows about Stonehenge and Newgrange, but what about the other ones? How many differentContinue reading “Standing With Stones”
The Singing Stone O.R. Melling (1988) Following anonymous clues and increasingly strong dream-visions, modern-day Kay travels to Ireland and enters the Bronze-Age. She and a De Danann foundling, Aherne, are charged with finding the lost treasures of the De Danaans. Ultimately, their quest will redeem the ancestors and reconcile warring invaders and settlers moral concerns thatContinue reading “The Singing Stone”