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Celts And Druids Books (20) 

Celtic Fairy Tales
Celtic Fairy Tales by Anonymous
Fairy tale is an English language term for a type of short narrative corresponding to the French phrase conte de f'ee, the German term M"archen, the Italian fiaba, the Polish ba's'n or the Swedish saga. Only a small number of the stories thus designated explicitly refer to fairies. Nonetheless, the... >>Download<<
The Religion Of The Ancient Celts
The Religion Of The Ancient Celts by John Arnott Macculloch
Originally published in 1911 MacCulloch uses various texts as a source to piece this tome on the religion of the pre-Christian Celts together. Overall a good work, especially when you consider this was written before most, if not all, of the major archaeological finds that gave great insight into... >>Download<<
Highland Superstitions Connected With the Druids Fairies Witchcraft by Alexander Macgregor
The following pages on "Highland Superstitions" by the late Rev. Alexander Macpregor,' M.A., Inverness, first appeared as a series of articles in Volume II. of the Celtic Magazine, and subsequently as an appendix to the second, third, and fourth editions of " The Prophecies of the Brahan Seer."... >>Download<<
Highland Superstitions Connected With the Druids Fairies Witchcraft
Anthology 01 Chronicles of the Foundation by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 01 Chronicles of the Foundation
Anthology 05 The Great Druish Books
Anthology 05 The Great Druish Books by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 02 Books of the Apocrypha
Anthology 02 Books of the Apocrypha by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 09 The Books of the Latter Day Druids by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 09 The Books of the Latter Day Druids
Celtic Fairy Tales by Joseph Jacobs
Fairy tale is an English language term for a type of short narrative corresponding to the French phrase conte de f'ee, the German term M"archen, the Italian fiaba, the Polish ba's'n or the Swedish saga. Only a small number of the stories thus designated explicitly refer to fairies. Nonetheless, the... >>Download<<
Celtic Fairy Tales
Anthology 04 Laws Trivia and Calendars
Anthology 04 Laws Trivia and Calendars by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 08 A General History
Anthology 08 A General History by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 03 Books of the Liturgy by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 03 Books of the Liturgy
Anthology 06 The Green Books by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 06 The Green Books
Celtic Myths Influence in Britain and Ireland
Celtic Myths Influence in Britain and Ireland by Sean Seymour
With recent discussions concerning the validity of classical writings documenting early Celtic society, the relationship between Celtic myths and the legends and folklore of societies that followed have come into question. This paper will discuss how Celtic myth relates to the history of the... >>Download<<
Anthology 00 Introduction
Anthology 00 Introduction by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 07 Miscellany by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 07 Miscellany
Anthology 10 Oral Histories by Reformed Druids
Reformed Druidism has its beginning at Carleton College in the spring of 1963 as a protest to the college's requirement that all students attend a certain number of religious services or meetings. One of the ways of fulfilling the requirement was by attending services of oneUs own religion. The... >>Download<<
Anthology 10 Oral Histories
Highland Superstitions Connected With the Druids Fairies Witchcraft OCR Version
Highland Superstitions Connected With the Druids Fairies Witchcraft OCR Version by Alexander Macgregor
The following pages on "Highland Superstitions" by the late Rev. Alexander Macpregor,' M.A., Inverness, first appeared as a series of articles in Volume II. of the Celtic Magazine, and subsequently as an appendix to the second, third, and fourth editions of " The Prophecies of the Brahan Seer."... >>Download<<
The Celtic Magazine Vol XI ORC Version
The Celtic Magazine Vol XI ORC Version by Alexander Mackenzie
A monthly periodical devoted to the literature, history, antiquities, folk lore, traditions, and the social and material interests of the Celt at home and abroad >>Download<<
The Celtic Magazine Vol XI by Alexander Mackenzie
A monthly periodical devoted to the literature, history, antiquities, folk lore, traditions, and the social and material interests of the Celt at home and abroad >>Download<<
The Celtic Magazine Vol XI
When Druids and Mystics Ruled Harshly Over the Superstitious Peasants by Stacey Dearing
This project is the culmination of the work of the Fall 2007 Aquinas College HY 401 Witchcraft Seminar class. The students were expected to research and write an original piece of scholarship on witchcraft, a field of history that has exploded in scholarly interest in recent years. The papers were... >>Review Only<<
When Druids and Mystics Ruled Harshly Over the Superstitious Peasants
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