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A treasury of delectable recipes, Celtic Folklore Cooking by Joanne Asala will help you select foods to serve at your celebrations of the Sabbats and Esbats: the festivals and ritual times for Witches and Wiccans. It is also a terrific introduction to Celtic culture. The recipes in this book were gathered during four trips the author took to Ireland and Britain, as well as visits to Scotland and Wales. She searched for people who still cooked in the traditional of t… More >>

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Hint: Two very specific reasons, both connected with Magick. (Cite: The Celts–Gerhard Herm)

“Later days” meaning is after Christianity invaded the Isles round the Irish Sea.

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I need a myth or something that best represents the Celtic society in france (Gaul).
Something you read and then say ‘oh, that is what they did/what they believed in.’

Wikipedia states that:

“In Western folklore, it is believed that evil spirits, demons, vampires, trolls, and even Satan are obliged to disappear at dawn, for, being creatures of darkness, they hate light, especially that of the sun. Pre-Christian Celts also shared this belief.[citation needed]

It is for these reasons that females having Dawn as a first or second name signify strength and the ability to fend off evil and protect the human race against vampires and evil trolls. E. Dawn Beattie is an example of such a heroine as illustrated by Anne Rice in her novel, The Vampire Chronicles, Book 6.”

I want to know whether this is accurate, and I haven’t been able to find out despite some research of my part. The article that this information is from didn’t have any sources (Here’s the link to the article: )… which makes me think that someone just made this up.

Hey does anyone know of any good pod-casts that will read you folktales or mythological stories? or just any type of podcast relating to either medieval, Celtic, welsh, or any other type of legends or lore?
Thanks so much!

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