Monday, February 9, 2009

What Is Celtic Paganism

What Is Celtic Paganism Cover Undressed trees stand shivering
as flimsy shifts blew away;
the last leaves are quivering,
till they too will drop, decay.

Under bark's rough covering
grow tiny cells in wonder-
blooms to be, still hovering,
kept safe from autumn's thunder.

The Ancient Celts emcompass both fierceness in battle and an affinity and closeness with nature. The Celts revered eloquence and poetry, and the potency of the spoken word, and this is reflected in their rich myths and legends and also in the Magickal tradition of spell workings

Many forms of Paganism incorporate Celtic deities, myths and practices into their worship and rituals, and use Celtic symbols and jewellery . The festivals of Samhain, Imbolc, Beltane and Lughnasadh are Celtic in origin. Some pagans follow a path that is specifically and exclusively about Celtic Paganism. Read on to learn about some Celtic gods and goddesses, a celtic protection ritual, mythology and poetry and the tree of life!

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