The Celtic Golden Dawn

Author: John Michael Greer
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738731773
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This new book provides students with a complete curriculum of Druidical magic and occult wisdom, including training in ceremonial magic, meditation, pathworking, divination, geomancy, and herbal alchemy, allowing self-initiation into the ...

Paths Of Wisdom

Author: John Michael Greer
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 190465889X
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Acclaimed as an instant classic on its original publication and eagerly sought by students of magic ever since, Paths of Wisdom is a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of the magical Cabala, as practiced in the Hermetic ...

The Celtic Magazine

Author: Alexander Mackenzie
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She filled her apron with apples, which became golden as soon as she came
back to the earth." This is supposed to represent the sun's journey at night ending
in the golden dawn. A German popular song begins : — " Bitterly wept the dear
Sun In the apple-garden ; From the apple-tree has fallen The golden apple.
Weep not, little Sun, God is making another Of gold, of iron, and of silver. " The
sun at first loses his golden apple and weeps; people try to put him to sleep in the
orchard, ...

The Celtic Magazine

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She filled her apron with apples, which became golden as soon as she came
back to the earth." This is supposed to represent the sun's journey at night ending
in the golden dawn. A German popular song begins : — " Bitterly wept the dear
Sun In the apple-garden ; From the apple-tree has fallen The golden apple.
Weep not, little Sun, God is making another Of gold, of iron, and of silver. " The
sun at first loses his golden apple and weeps ; people try to put him to .sleep in
the orchard, ...

Awen

Author: Mike Harris
Publisher: Skylight Press
ISBN: 190801136X
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A deep exploration of the Brythonic Celtic mysteries, focusing on the cult of Taliesin, the legends of King Arthur, the tales of the Mabinogion, and how the bardic symbolism of stellar constellations relates to the Welsh landscape.

The Essential Golden Dawn

Author: Chic Cicero
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 9780738703107
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In the spring of 1896, a disagreement erupted between Homiman and Mathers
over the matter of his growing interest in Celtic politics taking time away from his
Order responsibilities. In a letter to William Peck of the Amen-Ra temple in
Edinburgh, Horniman wrote: "... he [Mathers] told me that he had leisure time for
politics but none for the arrears of work at 62 [Oakley Square, the headquarters of
the Second Order.]"3 Incensed at the thought that she was financially supporting
a political ...

The Celtic Review

Author: Donald MacKinnon
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I believe that the Lad of the Skin Coverings [who is yellow-haired] is the golden
dawn with its fleecy clouds. Finn [here associated with him] is the Sun, and as
such the King of Light. His journey to the place of the Queen of Roy [Red] is the
Sun's daily course from east to west. The latter is accompanied on its way by the
Dawn, which remains invisible until it comes forth in the evening as Twilight. Both
then enter the golden or silver portals of the west. The struggle between the
Dawn as ...

The Celtic Review

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I believe that the Lad of the Skin Coverings [who is yellow-haired] is the golden
dawn with its fleecy clouds. Finn [here associated with him] is the Sun, and as
such the King of Light. His journey to the place of the Queen of Roy [Red] is the
Sun's daily course from east to west. The latter is accompanied on its way by the
Dawn, which remains invisible until it comes forth in the evening as Twilight. Both
then enter the golden or silver portals of the west. The struggle between the
Dawn as ...

Celtic Dawn

Author: Gavin Chappell
Publisher: Virtualbookworm Publishing
ISBN: 9781589394797
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It may seem extravagant to end a novelisation of medieval Celtic legend with a
historical note. The main source for my work is ... I wrote Celtic Dawn as a result
of my dissatisfaction with the treatment of Celts in historical fiction. Too many
novels seem to ... Of course, novels have been written about the Celts of
prehistory - classics such as Henry Treece's The Golden Strangers and
Rosemary Sutcliffs Warrior Scarlet both feature Celts of the Bronze Age. It is not
for me to question the ...

The History Of The Celtic Language

Author: Lachlan MACLEAN (Fellow of the Ossianic Society.)
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THE DAWN OF HUMAN EXISTENCE–MAN CONTEMPLATED AS FRESH FROM
THE HANDS OF HIS MAKER-OPINIONS OF EMINENT SCHOLARS IN FAVOUR
OF THE GROUNDWORK. ... unimportant stranger—Adam in silent admiration,
tired of wondering who and what he himself was, and whence come; now
arrested for the first time at sight of a rare object—a golden globe—mounting
gradually the bluefield, and taking indisputed possession as sole monarch of the
planet world; ...