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Remembering John O'Donohue

John O’Donohue had a very Celtic lifelong fascination with what he called “the invisible world.” His voice and writings continue to bring ancient mystical wisdom to modern confusions and longings. He was beloved for his insistence on beauty as a human calling.  Read More >

Alder: April's Tree

In the Celtic Tree Zodiac, Alder is the wise spirit for March 18 - April 14. This is a time of rebirth, sunrise, initiation, and indeed, resurrection. Alder is the tree which fairies love. These nature spirits appreciate the beautiful and subtle; the play and celebration of life coming back from the soil. There is also the flowering, the vitality of new energy, the dancing and flowing of water, emotions and  exuberance of life.  Read More >

Wedding Tradition: Handfasting

These days, contemporary Celts, neo-pagans and others interested in alternative marriage ceremonies have adopted the tradition of handfasting, which involves binding the hands of the couple with ribbon or cord in a public to symbolize marriage vows. Handfasting was essentially a promise that the marriage would occur at some later date. It was like getting an engagement ring, without the ring.  Read More >


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