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Tony Taylor
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During the 2017 Gathering of the Keltrian Tribe, Elder Tony gave a presentation regarding “Ancestors of Place.”  Ancestors of Place join Ancestors of Blood and Ancestors of Spirit to form a triad of Ancestors.  Here are his presentation slides: Keltria…

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 Karl Schlotterbeck, President Emeritus The 2017 Gathering of the Keltrian Tribe was held August 4 and 5 in Coon Rapids, MN. We had members attending from New York, Maine, Minnesota and, by phone, Georgia. Seminars were presented on the topics of:…

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The Henge of Keltria Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss Report for 2016 available to Members of the Henge Only.

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Altar, in the traditional sense, means a place of sacrifice. Keltrian Druids, like most modern religions, find the modern altar to be more of a ritual tool storage table than anything else. It is still a sacred place, and the objects on the altar are made…

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The night lies heavy now, a starless quilt that holds the gloom close. Candles in windows call the errant soul home and light the way. Know, too, that the geese are still flying south, writing their great letter in the dawn sky. See the field mouse…

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In the hustle and bustle of this time of the year, amidst endless demands for our attention and dollars, and in the manufactured tension between “political correctness” and expressions of individual devotion, let’s remember the reason for this season.…

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May your Feast of Rebirth be full of sun light and heart light!

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The Druid’s Path by Carole RavenDancer [From the 2005 Lughnasadh Workshop at Nanny Oak Farm.] BLESSINGS of the Land upon you! Lughnasadh—the beginning of the end of harvest. Here in the USA it is the beginning of the death season that will come full…

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A Feast of Age for Solitaires

The Druid’s Path by Autumn Rose For a Grove or study group, the Feast of Age may be a day-long event, with a whole pig slowly roasting and lots of time given to socializing. For Keltrian solitaires something briefer may be preferred. The following Feast…

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The snow drifts down, light and powdery with the breath of the cold. Dawn tarries and night hurries in. Now is the time of Meán Geimhridh, what the Henge of Keltria terms the Feast of Rebirth. Traditionally, we honor the Dagda (the Good God, as in “good…
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