Twilight of the Celtic Gods: An Exploration of Britain's Hidden Pagan Traditions
Look deep into the tales of a land where people turn to old remedies for healing and archaic sayings for guidance and comfort, and into the simple pastimes and seasonal festivals of long ago. Journey on to the living landscape with stories of secret shrines and dark waters, and complete your pilgrimage with a look at supernatural tales of the Celtic Werewolf and Black Hors...more
Hardcover, 176 pages
Published December 31st 1996 by Blandford
(first published May 23rd 1996)
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This book is a journey through the sacred Celtic sites of dark Britain (though don't read this expecting a tourist guide) and gives a wonderful insight to the old ways that were still practiced up until recently and still followed in some of the remoter places. I do not refer to Paganism as such but more of the things that are thought to make up Paganism nowadays - the traditions and superstitions of many hundreds of years not yet forgotten. Fascinating. It also puts to bed some modern myths and...more
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