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I just wanted to say that this page was both awakening and informative. It was exactly what I was looking for on my own, I just happened to come upon in during a research assignment..
This little mormon town is going to be rocked tomorrow!
Hey, i love your website. i am in Celtic Society at Union High School in Tulsa OK, and i was just looking around trying to find some info about the rituals. thanks for all the info, you have a very informative cite!
Interesting web-site, I liked the article on The Celtic cosmos, and I put your adress on my list of places to go oftenly, when I get my own computer.
And could you tell me of the site where you got that Celtic Griffin thats on this page? I used to know the sites adress, but forgot it, I do know that it came from there though.
mick - 09/06/00 06:05:27
nice site love the music to bad it cant keep goin very informative got site from a very nice lass
You've a really great site here, Huathe. I came in by accident, trying to track down another which I'd used for some research on a novel - "Samhain" - based on Irish mythology. I wish I'd found yours before it was published!
Even though I don't *need* to any more, I will certainly be returning here.
Go raibh maith agat! (if my spelling and translation ain't failing me...)
Thank you, Huathe, for an excellent site.
This is both very informative and beautifully laid out.
I linked it to my site (which is more about the Celts in the game Age of Kings) as it is a veritable goldmine on ancient Celtic lore
Wonderful site, beautifully presented, but I've noticed one error. Iona was not Anglesey. Iona is a different island altogether. Anglesey was Mon or Mona. Sorry to be so pedantic. I still love the site.
I met someone who claimed to be a druid on the internet. I decided to check it out. I knew the ancient druids were celtic, but he said I didn't know what I was talking about. I guess I was the one who was right. There is no reson to be freaked out either.
This site is awesome, I have been searching for a site like this and have finally found it. Also if there is anyone who can help me with finding a celtic symbol for Warrior, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
Hello! I'm Star Seeker Circe from the Darksbane Dragons
at the Site Wars. I was just looking over your site and
I think that you might really do well over at our web
competition called The Site Wars. There are so many
wonderful things you can do, like adopt Dragons and
other little cute creatures for your pages, and most of all,
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This is a lovely site. I am in the process(actually, my soccer team captain/web master where I work is doing it, bless him) of constructing my own pithy little personal site for my own clan and tribe, focussing on the history, sacred duthaichean of the c
an and will do my best to keep the flickering flame of Gaedhealtacht alight.
Any suggestions all fellow Celts can give are welcome!!!
I am also THE Seannachaidh to the Clan, Chief and Name of Shaw worldwide, and hold a Lieutenant's Commission to Tordarroch as well.
Any interested in learning more about Clan Chattan Confederation can get ahold of me, or hit www.clanchattanassociation.org.uk
Thanks, and good job!!
You have a lovely informative site that continues to amaze me. Please keep up the excellent work. If you get a chance, please visit my web site, Glamoury...http://www.glamoury.50megs.com; be sure to check out the Adopt a Knot section.
FALITE I think this is a wonderful page. It is the most elaborate site I have been to yet. I will come back many more times. I am espically interested in druids and folklore. Thanks for the sight.
Bendigedig! Llongyfarchiadau ar eich safle we ardderchog. Mae'n glir bod mae llawer o waith wedi mynd i 'neud y tudalennau'ma, gyda mor gymaint o wybodaeth ar gael. Cadwch ymlaen a'r gwaith galed da!
Fabulous! Not much to add from an historical standpoint. Your's is the first Celtic site whose historical comments I know to be up to date and correct. Most other sites have either some errors or have information that has been outdated by the latest sch
I am a magician and wouls like to base my act on celtic history, druids etc. Could you direct me to a source of information on pronounceations of irish celtic (Irish Galic?)
The sire is great> I will spend a lot of time downloading stories.Thanks.
Since it's getting close to St. Patrick's Day (and St. Urho's) I thought I'd cruise around the Irish sites and see what a wee bit of fun I'd have.
I have to compliment you on your extreme research and such a vast variety. (I thought I had a lot of pages but you beat me!) ;)
Although I have an Irish name, I'm not Irish (long story). But I've always had a fondness.
Sheila (or Sheilagh I'm told in Ireland?)
aka "Brownielocks" of
BROWNIELOCKS and THE 3 BEARS
Zissy Foy - 03/09/00 01:19:05 My URL:http://homes.acmecity.com/games/scorcher/573/gl2u.html My Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Wow! This sight is wonderful! I'm doing a project on Celts and your sight has given me so much information to get me started. I am learning so much about everything that has intrested me for years. Keep up the good work! It's Great!
You've really put alot of time into your site, it covers a great deal in the celtic realm! with your permission I'd like to put a direct link to your site on my web page. Let me know? Take a look at mine and see if you'd like to add mine to yours.
Great work. -Lia Fail-
In teaching my British literature classes, I found much needed and valuable information at this site. My students were more receptive to Anglo-Saxon literature after discovering that a civilization existed in Britain before the Anglo-Saxons arrived. Aga
n, thank you for researching and sharing your information with the rest of us!
What a fantastic site! I found it, bookmarked it and have been back several times just to see all the informatin that you have here. It is informative and entertaining. The graphics are great, too! :)
I follow a shamanic-pagan path which includes many elements of Celtic history and beliefs. This site contains a lot of information that is very useful to me and I'm sure to many people. I have forwarded it on to many of my friends. :)
Hail and Well met, Huathe!
Greetings from a druid Grove in the New Forest, England. What a beautiful site! and so informative. I'd like to link to you from my druid grove page. I notice you have a link to the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra- my brother-in-law is their official piper. Wat
h out for his band- they're called Calasaig and their first CD is called '...until then'
Come and visit and have a druidical magical mystery tour of the Island of the mighty in poetry and images. Beannachd Bhride Ort
Yours by star and Stone,
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OBOD had done a wonderful job! Kudos!! I'm glad that it's from you that I received the information that really opened my eyes. I'm able to compare the different materials from outside the grove and use that to further my learning. May the Green Man bring
reat blessings unto you all!!
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A very good web site you have here. I'm very much bewildered at the so many subjcts and topics you have excellent. I'm welsh you see and have i very strong connection. So this was wicked, although i would like it very much to have more info about the Wel
h Celtics and thei'r traditions. Not found a single thing about Epona the Goddess of horses.
Rydych chi wedi gwneud ymgais eithaf da yma. I gyd i'w gymeradwyo. Wedi llwyddo i fy helpu ychydig diolch.
This is an absolutely phenominal website. It's taken me years of reading books that contradict eachother for half the information you have provided here. Not only is it informative.. it's also beautiful.
For many months I'm fascinated by the celtic tradition, more especcialy their shamanism (and druidism as their special, celtic "priest/medecin-man/-poetic"-form of shamanism). But at this moment I'm looking in an explorative (not yet indeph) research the
hole spectrum of Indo-German tribes and their culture, religion(s), alphabets and languages.
As you know this Indo-German tribes are described as "Barbarian tribes" in their war against the Roman Empire. We have the Goths (Visigoths and Ostrogoths), the Vikings or Norman(d)s, the Huns, the Vandal(e)s, the Franks (the Merovingians), the Burgundian
, the Lombards, the Alamans, the Angels, the Saxons, the Anglo-Saxons... and last but not least : the Celts. I know the Huns (and there king Attila who seems to be very crual) are linked with the Mongols who bring the Siberian Shamanism to 'West-Europe'..
It seems the (ancestors of the?) Huns? were also insprired by the 'Tibetan Buddism' or Lamaism and the Tantra-tradition. This is a more peacefull religion so... in which a way I can bring in together with Attila's 'way of live'...
Do you or someone of your spectators know where I need to place the 'celts' into this spectrum of the Indogerman Tribes? I'm also very fascinated by the Arthurian and Merlin Quest. And I'm also fascinated by the North American Native tribes. I feel in an
ntuitive way that I'm connected by a shamanic tradition... By the way : I'm a native 'flemish' man, so it seems the Franks would be my real ancestors...
When someone can tell me more about the place of the celts into '(y)our' real ancestors-history I will be happy with some suggestions or notes to books and so on.
The Culture of Europe was not only formed by the culture of Indogerman tribes of course. In reality it was an 'alchemix' between Indogerman (celts and-so-on tribes)and the
the Egyption (Hermetic), Hebrew (Quabbalistic), Christian and Esoteric-Christian (Gnosis...)traditions, the Roman/Latin Culture, the Etrusk, the Grec, the Persic and Arabian world... so it would be very nice to know for each of us who are our realy 'ances
ors' and in which a way they influenced our way of 'being' during our live in this postmodern world.
I know the Mormons are very specialised into the science of genealogy...
I like to learn more about the 'Gothic language' and other Indogerman languages which are somewhile used by (folk) songwriters... I also like old music instruments and their specific music...
My interest into the Celts starded especially after going to look the Lord of the Dance (Irish hardshoe stepdance choreograpy)...
I am of Irish decent, and I just found out yesterday that I have a connection to a very ancient name that is very hard to pronounce and refers to a goddess of the air or flight, like a bird in motion. If anyone could point me toward a path where I might d
scover this name, I would be very greatful.
Amee Bosley - 11/03/99 18:10:21
I just recently found that I have some Irish roots. I would love for you to send me more info. on your site. I'm @ 6309 Little 7 Mile Rd. Huntington,W.V. 25702-9769. Thank you...
First time visitor to your site, could not believe the graphics nor the amount of info I had no knowledge of. I consider myself to be pretty knowledgable when it comes to the Celts and shamanism-- I've soent the past few years of my life researching ever
aspect possible (or so I thought!!) Keep up the excellent work... Anandra
This site was extremely informative! I'm researching information about the history of Halloween for an article in the school newspaper, and I found every thing I need here. Keep up the good work!
The most outstanding celtic web site I have ever found. Congratulation on your fantastic site...very informative, beautiful to behold, got lost here for 3 hours and will be back often...passed link to several like minded friends...
thank you so much for the trip............
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I would like to say that I think you have an incredibly brilliant site here. Your storyteller section is superb. I have been looking for the story of the second Battle of Moytura for ages and I was incredibly pleased to find it here. Good luck in the futu
Beautiful site with all the old classics. Some of the material about holidays is different from the way we celebrated when I was young. I was also surprised toi find only 12 months in your calendar. May I suggest placing the original claendat, too and
xplain its advantages?
Very interesting site... thank you. However, the
Celtic new year does not begin at Samhain - that
is something that has grown up through
neopaganism, ie a modern notion. From myth and
legend the historians think that Midsummer or
perhaps Midwinter is more likely to have been the
start of the year. For reasoning, you might try
The Celtic Druids' Year, John King, which draws
heavily on other sources like Robert Graves.