Celtic Polytheist Resources

My posts on Celtic polytheism

Resource Pages

Festivals/Holidays

Lunasa

Michaelmas– Scottish Harvest Customs

Irish Gaelic Deities/Spirits

Books on Modern Celtic Polytheist Practice

Pan-Celtic

Land, Sea and Sky ed. Shae Clancy & Francine Nicholson Online e-book

The Apple Branch by Alexei Kondratiev (also titled Celtic Rituals) Out of print, but great if you can find it.

Gaulish

The Sacred Cauldron by Tadgh MacCrossan My review here. This is out of print, but the author- now known as Teresa NicAnChrosain- is planning on re-publishing it.

Gaelic

Celtic Flame: An Insider’s Guide to Irish Paganism by Aed Rua (my former teacher)

Where the Hawthorn Grows: An American Druid’s reflections by Morgan Daimler

Ogam: Weaving Word Wisdom by Erynn Rowan Laurie

A Circle of Stones by Erynn Rowan Laurie

Dance of Oak and Wren: Rites of Draiocht by Robert Barton

 Clann Bhride: Children of Brighid Book of Hours for Daily & Seasonal Practice  Available in both e-book (free) and paperback

Talking About the Elephant: Neo-Pagan Perspectives on Cultural Appropriation ed. Lupa All Neo-Pagans who draw from other cultures should read this book. It has several essays by Celtic Reconstructionists.

Celtic Polytheist Online Discussion Groups

More Online Resources

The CR FAQ– website also has some good articles

Tairis– Awesome website by a Scottish Polytheist, has lots of ideas for personal or family practice

The Preserving Shrine: author Erynn Rowan Laurie’s site

Hazel & Oak’s Resource Database– This is put together by the Cauldron: A Pagan Forum’s Hazel & Oak Special Interest Group

Lorekeeper Course– created by the late Alexei Kondratiev, this is a comprehensive study program including history, myth and ritual

Fiacharrey’s Youtube Channel– Sick of reading stuff? Try Fiacharrey’s informative videos

ImbasEarly, defunct CR group, but still has a lot of great articles.

Mary Jones’ Celtic Literature Collective– loads of early/medieval texts

Celtic Polytheists on Tumblr

 

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