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Series: Llewellyn's Celtic Wisdom

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The Arthurian Quest: Living the Legends of Camelot by Amber Wolfe
By Oak, Ash, & Thorn: Modern Celtic Shamanism by D. J. Conway
Celtic Tree Mysteries by Stephen Blamires
Elemental Power: Celtic Faerie Craft & Druidic Magic by Amber Wolfe
Handbook Of Celtic Astrology: The 13-Sign Lunar Zodiac of the Ancient Druids by Helena Paterson
The Isle of Avalon Sacred Mysteries of Arthur and Glastonbury by Nicholas R. Mann
Magic Of The Celtic Otherworld: Irish History, Lore & Rituals by Stephen Blamires
Silver Wheel: Women's Myths and Mysteries in the Celtic Tradition by Marguerite Elsbeth

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