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Celtic Mythology & History: Explore Timeless Tales, Folklore, Religion, Magic, Legendary Stories & More : Ireland, Scotland, Great Britain, Wales

It is believed that the Celts originated as early as 1200 B.C.

Traces of their culture can still be found in Ireland and Great Britain, where their legacy is most evident.

This book explores their history, literature, culture, mythology, magic and much more, including:

Origins & History, who were The Celts? Where did they come from?
Folk & Fairy Tales inc The Legend of Cú Chulainn (this still inspires children)
Celtic Tree Rituals & the Magical Properties of Sacred Trees
Mythological Creatures, Púca (bringers of good fortune), Abhartach (the Irish Vampire) and many more
Herbalism & Spells, travel back to The Physicians of Myddfai in Wales (1200 CE)
Celtic Ogham, explore the 20 Characters of this Mysterious Alphabet
The Romans & Anglo-Saxons failure to conquer Ireland
Selections from Ancient Poems & Songs (magical and powerful acts)
Celtic Religion, it’s connection with Nature and the Impact of Christianity
Bizarre Facts about The Druids & their role in Ancient Society
Cosmic Cataclysm, how this Terrifying Theory has survived into 20th-century Ireland and Scotland
Celtic Deities, Abnoba (the hunting goddess), Neit (god of war), Sirona (goddess of the stars) and many more
And much, much more…

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It is believed that the Celts originated as early as 1200 B.C.

Traces of their culture can still be found in Ireland and Great Britain, where their legacy is most evident.

This book explores their history, literature, culture, mythology, magic and much more, including:

Origins & History, who were The Celts? Where did they come from?
Folk & Fairy Tales inc The Legend of Cú Chulainn (this still inspires children)
Celtic Tree Rituals & the Magical Properties of Sacred Trees
Mythological Creatures, Púca (bringers of good fortune), Abhartach (the Irish Vampire) and many more
Herbalism & Spells, travel back to The Physicians of Myddfai in Wales (1200 CE)
Celtic Ogham, explore the 20 Characters of this Mysterious Alphabet
The Romans & Anglo-Saxons failure to conquer Ireland
Selections from Ancient Poems & Songs (magical and powerful acts)
Celtic Religion, it’s connection with Nature and the Impact of Christianity
Bizarre Facts about The Druids & their role in Ancient Society
Cosmic Cataclysm, how this Terrifying Theory has survived into 20th-century Ireland and Scotland
Celtic Deities, Abnoba (the hunting goddess), Neit (god of war), Sirona (goddess of the stars) and many more
And much, much more…

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Disclaimer: While it is the intention of Mythlok and its editors to keep all the information about various characters as mythologically accurate as possible, this site should not be considered mythical, legendary or folkloric doctrine in any way. We welcome you using this website for any research, journal or study but citing this website for any academic work would be at your own personal risk.
Disclaimer: While it is the intention of Mythlok and its editors to keep all the information about various characters as mythologically accurate as possible, this site should not be considered mythical, legendary or folkloric doctrine in any way. We welcome you using this website for any research, journal or study but citing this website for any academic work would be at your own personal risk.
Disclaimer: While it is the intention of Mythlok and its editors to keep all the information about various characters as mythologically accurate as possible, this site should not be considered mythical, legendary or folkloric doctrine in any way. We welcome you using this website for any research, journal or study but citing this website for any academic work would be at your own personal risk.