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Celtic Visions: Seership, Omens and Dreams…

Celtic Visions: Seership, Omens and Dreams of the Otherworld

by Caitlín Matthews

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ANCIENT CELTIC RELIGION. Celtic Visions shows how the visionary wisdom of the Celts can be harnessed to reveal universal truths all too readily overlooked in the modern world - above all, the underlying harmony of our lives on Earth. Detailed coverage is given to the prophetic visions of the druids, bards and seers; and their methods of communicating with the Otherworld, through auguries, omens and fairy lore, are explained in fascinating detail. A range of prayers,chants and other practices is offered, all appropriate for modern-day seekers who aspire to be seers. The Celts have bequeathed to us a shimmering bridge connecting the known with the transcendent. All around us are oracles that can guide our steps; within easy reach is the perception that will renew our wonder. For all who wish to drink from the sacred sources of insight, this book will lead you to the ancestral wells.… (more)

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