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366 Celt: Year and a Day of Celtic Wisdom and Lore

by Carl McColman

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The Celts are the people of the end of the world.
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This book provides an accessible, light, and spiritually thoughtful introduction to how anyone can live and celebrate Celtic spirituality every day of the year. Contents: * This book offers readers from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives a user-friendly guide into the traditions of the 'Celtic nations' - Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Brittany, and Galicia. * This book draws on sources from throughout the Celtic Tradition (myth, folklore, Arthurian romance, poetry, lives of the saints, and ballads) and presents the universal spiritual principles at the foundation of the Celtic world view.

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