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Recent requests for Celtic resources have led to this thread.

Please do add to it, but only from reputable sources, this means no Neo Pagan unsubstantiated, misinformed or erroneous material, such as the Witta or Potato Goddess blunders, which are quite famous in their own right, but for all the wrong reasons, as items such as this will be immediately removed.


I've begun with Mythology, culture and custom, folklore and other related areas will come later. I've also started with Celtic as it's closest to home for me. This is a placeholder at the moment and the urls listed will be added to and postioned in correct time order, later.

Celtic

Irish/ Ulster Cycles

http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/T800012/

http://www.ancienttexts.org/library/cel ... idais.html
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"He lived his words, spoke his own actions and his story and the story of the world ran parallel."

Sartre speaking of Che Guevara.


"I'm either a fucking genius or a purple Volkswagen Jetta."
- GeriBot


We live in a RAI N B O W of Chaos.

Paul Cezanne

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