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Books > Humanities > Religion & beliefs > Non-Christian religions > Pre-Christian European & Mediterranean religions > Ancient Celtic religion

Sword In The Stars (Paperback): Cori McCarthy, Amy Rose Capetta Sword In The Stars (Paperback)
Cori McCarthy, Amy Rose Capetta 1
R261 R215 Discovery Miles 2 150 Save R46 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Ari, Merlin and her Rainbow knights must pull off a heist thousands of years in the past – to save humanity’s future.

The battle against the tyrannical Mercer corporation may have been won, but the war has only just begun. Now Ari and her cursed wizard Merlin must travel back in time to the unenlightened Middle Ages and steal King Arthur’s Grail – the very definition of impossible.

But the time travellers have to tread carefully. If they come face-to-face with the original Arthurian legend, it could produce a ripple effect that changes the course of history. It’s a risky game where the past can be even more dangerous than the future.

The Pure Heart (Paperback): Trudi Tweedie The Pure Heart (Paperback)
Trudi Tweedie 1
R228 R186 Discovery Miles 1 860 Save R42 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

WINNER OF THE 2018 TIMES/CHICKEN HOUSE CHILDREN'S FICTION COMPETITION When Iseabail is employed by a wealthy merchant to be his daughter's companion, her life changes forever. Transported from her remote island home to the Scottish borderlands, Iseabail is unnerved both by her precocious young charge and the house's secrets: a hidden chapel, servants who speak in a foreign tongue, a mute stableboy. And then the merchant returns with a mysterious cargo. Why has Iseabail really been summoned here? And will she ever make it back home?

Journeys on the Edges - The Celtic Tradition (Paperback): Thomas O'Loughlin Journeys on the Edges - The Celtic Tradition (Paperback)
Thomas O'Loughlin; Preface by Philip Sheldrake
R434 R350 Discovery Miles 3 500 Save R84 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Thomas O'Loughlin focuses on such issues as the immanence and transcendence of God, the notion of creation, the relation between the individual and community, the heroic ideal of Christian life, and notions of death and resurrection.

A Brief Guide to Celtic Myths and Legends (Paperback): Martyn Whittock A Brief Guide to Celtic Myths and Legends (Paperback)
Martyn Whittock
R257 R225 Discovery Miles 2 250 Save R32 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A very readable guide which fills the gap between academic analysis and less critical retellings of the myths and legends. Marytn Whittock provides an accessible overview while also assessing the current state of research regarding the origins and significance of the myths. Since all records of the myths first occur in the early medieval period, the focus is on the survival of pre-Christian mythology and the interactions of the early Christian writers with these myths. A wide-ranging and enthralling introduction to Celtic mythology, from the Irish gods before gods, the Fomorians, to the children of Llyr, the sea deity; from the hunter-warrior Fionn mac Cumhaill, whose exploits are chronicled in the Fenian Cycle, to Cu Chulainn, the Hound of Ulster; and from the Welsh heroes of the Mabinogion to Arthur, King of Britain, though the mythical, Welsh version who predates the medieval legends.

Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend (Paperback, New edition): Miranda K. Green Dictionary of Celtic Myth and Legend (Paperback, New edition)
Miranda K. Green
R309 R256 Discovery Miles 2 560 Save R53 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Warlike, exuberant and superstitious, the ancient Celts saw divinities in every facet of life and nature, venerating deities of the sun, thunder, water, war, healing, hunting, fertility and death. They possessed a complicated array of concepts and rituals, a powerful priesthood - the Druids - and a pantheon which included the goddess-queen Medb and the Morrigan, a sinister war-goddess. This dictionary contains entries on every aspect of Celtic myth, religion and folklore in Britain and Europe between 500 BC and AD 400. In parallel with the findings of archaeological research, the testimony of Classical writers and the earliest recorded versions of the pagan oral traditions of Wales and Ireland provide us with a complete record of Celtic lore.

The Earlie King & the Kid in Yellow (Paperback): Danny Denton The Earlie King & the Kid in Yellow (Paperback)
Danny Denton 1
R257 R214 Discovery Miles 2 140 Save R43 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Ireland is flooded, derelict. It never stops raining. The Kid in Yellow has stolen the babba from the Earlie King. Why? Something to do with the King's daughter, and a talking statue, something godawful. And from every wall the King's Eye watches. And yet the city is full of hearts-defiant-sprayed in yellow, the mark of the Kid. It cannot end well. Can it? Follow the Kid, hear the tale. Roll up! Roll up!

Celtic Mysteries - The Ancient Religion (Paperback): John Sharkey Celtic Mysteries - The Ancient Religion (Paperback)
John Sharkey 1
R233 R191 Discovery Miles 1 910 Save R42 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This new and completely redesigned edition offers a vivid and evocative insight into the last tribal culture in Europe. Sharkey explores the mysterious beliefs of these ancient people: their gods and monuments, heroic tales and pagan rituals, and the enduring imaginative power of their art and lore. Their epic mythmaking and sinuous art conjure a world of strange transformations and liminal states, moving freely between life and death, light and dark, mortal and divine. The latter part of the book comprises eleven richly illustrated `Themes' sections: illuminating groupings of ancient art that complement the main text.

The Sacred Herbs of Samhain - Plants to Contact the Spirits of the Dead (Paperback): Ellen Evert Hopman The Sacred Herbs of Samhain - Plants to Contact the Spirits of the Dead (Paperback)
Ellen Evert Hopman; Foreword by Andrew Theitic
R423 R275 Discovery Miles 2 750 Save R148 (35%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A practical guide to using the sacred herbs of Samhain for healing, divination, purification, protection, magic, and as tools for contacting the Spirits The ancient Celts separated the year into two halves, the light half and the dark half, summer and winter. The festival of Samhain, from which the modern holiday of Halloween originates, marks the transition from summer to winter, the end of the Celtic year, a time when the barriers between the physical and spiritual world are at their most transparent. The herbs most characteristic of this time have specific magical and healing properties that echo the darker aspect of the year and offer potent opportunities for divination, contact with ancestors and Land Spirits, and journeys in the Otherworld. Presenting a practical guide to the sacred herbs and trees of Samhain, Ellen Evert Hopman details the identification, harvest, and use of more than 70 plants and trees in healing, divination, purification, magic, and as tools for contacting the Spirits wandering the landscape at this liminal time of year. She explores the most effective plants for protection from the mischief of the "Good Neighbors," the Sidhe or Fairies, as well as herbs for releasing the Dead when they are trapped on this plane. Detailing the history, rites, and traditions of Samhain, Hopman explains how to make an offering to the Land Spirits and provides instructions for the traditional Samhain ritual of the Dumb Supper, complete with recipes for the sacred foods of Samhain, such as Soul Cakes, Colcannon, Boxty bread, and dandelion wine.

Druids - Celtic Priests of Nature (Paperback, Us ed.): Jean Markale Druids - Celtic Priests of Nature (Paperback, Us ed.)
Jean Markale
R458 R376 Discovery Miles 3 760 Save R82 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Druidism was one of the greatest and most exalting adventures of the human spirit, attempting to reconcile the unreconcilable, the individual and the collective, creator and created, good and evil, day and night, past and future, and life and death. Because of the oral nature of Celtic civilization our understanding of its spiritual truths and rituals is necessarily incomplete. Yet evidence exists that can provide the modern reader with a better understanding of the doctrine that took druidic apprentices 20 years to learn in the remote forests of the British Isles and Gaul.

Using the descriptions of the druids and their beliefs provided by the historians and chroniclers of classic antiquity -- as well as those recorded by the insular Celts themselves when compelled, under Christianity's influence, to utilize writing to preserve their ancestral traditions -- Jean Markale painstakingly pieces together all that is known for certain about them. The druids were more than simply the priests of the Celtic people; their influence extended to all aspects of Celtic life. The Druids covers everything concerning the Celtic religious domain, intellectual speculations, cultural or magical practices, various beliefs, and the so-called profane sciences that have come down from the Celtic priesthood.

Poet, philosopher, historian, and storyteller, Jean Markale has spent a lifetime researching Celtic civilizations. He is the author of more than 40 books on pre-Christian societies, including The Celts, Merlin, Women of the Celts, and King of the Celts. He lives in the Brittany region of France.

Winter of the Wolves: The Anglo-Saxon Age is Dawning (Paperback): Tony Bradman Winter of the Wolves: The Anglo-Saxon Age is Dawning (Paperback)
Tony Bradman 1
R155 R122 Discovery Miles 1 220 Save R33 (21%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

The history and partnership of the Angles and Saxons are explored in this thrilling adventure about the trials and tribulations of their settlement in Britain. Written by bestselling author Tony Bradman, this coming of age tale is perfect for fans of Rosemary Sutcliff and will have readers gripped from start to finish.

Oslaf works hard to prove his worth in the village: he labours on the farm, he trains as a warrior and he is slowly finding his place in the community. But when the Chieftain makes the decision to move the village across the sea to the great new land of Britannia, suddenly the Britons are a greater threat than Oslaf's rivalry with the Chieftain's son, Wermund. Can the Angles and the Saxons defeat the Britons? And will Oslaf be as brave as the hero in the tale of Beowulf?

This exciting and dramatic story is packed with great characters and insight into the Angles' migration, settlement and partnership with the Saxons in 6th century Britain. The Flashbacks series offers dramatic stories set in key moments of history, perfect for introducing children to historical topics.

Exploring the World of the Druids (Paperback, New edition): Miranda Aldhouse Green Exploring the World of the Druids (Paperback, New edition)
Miranda Aldhouse Green
R550 R432 Discovery Miles 4 320 Save R118 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"Copiously illustrated...well written, thoughtful, and thought-provoking."--"Library Journal"
In this authoritative account, Miranda Green unravels the truth about the Druids. Examining the archaeological evidence, Classical commentaries, and early Welsh and Irish myths, she shows that the Druids were fully integrated into Celtic society and fulfilled varied and necessary roles. The Roman writers reflected the double standards of an invading society: condemning the public sacrifice of enemies by the Druids while accepting their own practice of slaughter for sport as civilized. Yet the Classical sources can be used to help reveal the real Druids, and we learn of their multiple roles as judges, teachers, healers, magicians, philosophers, religious leaders, and fomenters of rebellion.
This book traces the history of the Druids from their beginnings to their resurrection during the Renaissance. Complete with timeline and gazetteer, the book will appeal to all those--scholar, general reader, or New Age enthusiast--who are fascinated by the Druids and their world. 291 illustrations, 51 in color.

Religion Of The Ancient Celts (Hardcover): J.A. MacCulloch Religion Of The Ancient Celts (Hardcover)
J.A. MacCulloch
R5,352 Discovery Miles 53 520 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Topics in this broad study of the Celtic religion include the gods of Gaul, the Irish mythological cycle, gods and men, nature, plant and animal worship, cosmogony, sacrifice, festivals, the Druids, magic, and rebirth.

Celtic Wales (Paperback, 2nd New edition): Miranda Aldhouse Green, Ray Howell Celtic Wales (Paperback, 2nd New edition)
Miranda Aldhouse Green, Ray Howell
R355 Discovery Miles 3 550 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Celtic Wales is about the beginnings of Wales and how the period from the Iron Age to medieval times helped shape and define the modern nation of Wales. Early Wales has a spectacular archaeological, literary and mythical heritage. This book uses archaeology and early historical documents to discuss all aspects of early Welsh society, from war to farming and from drinking habits to Druids.

Runic Lore and Legend - Wyrdstaves of Old Northumbria (Paperback, 2nd Edition, Revised Edition of <i>Wyrdstaves of the... Runic Lore and Legend - Wyrdstaves of Old Northumbria (Paperback, 2nd Edition, Revised Edition of <i>Wyrdstaves of the North</i>)
Nigel Pennick
R365 R238 Discovery Miles 2 380 Save R127 (35%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A practical guide to the Anglo-Saxon Futhark and how runes were used in Old England In the early Anglo-Saxon period, the region of Great Britain known as Northumbria was a kingdom in its own right. These lands, in what is now northern England and southeast Scotland, were the targets of the first Viking raids on Britain. This violent influx, followed by the establishment of trade routes with the Norse, brought the runes to the region, where they intermingled with local magical traditions and legends, resulting in the development of a practical runic wisdom entirely unique to Northumbria. In this guide to the Wyrdstaves, or runic practices, of Old Northumbria, Nigel Pennick examines the thirty-three runes of the Anglo-Saxon Futhark and how they were used in Old England for weaving the web of Wyrd. Sharing runic lore and legends from the area, he explains how the Northumbrian runes are unique because they contain elements from all the cultures of the region, including the Picts, Britons, Romans, Angles, Scots, and Norse. He illustrates how each rune in this tradition is a storehouse of ancient knowledge, detailing the meanings, historical uses, symbolism, and related tree and plant spirits for each of the thirty-three runes. The author describes the Northumbrian use of runes in magic and encryption and explores geomancy divination practices, the role of sacred numbers, and the power of the eight airts, or directions. He also shows how the Northumbrian runes have a close relationship with Ogam, the tree alphabet of the ancient Celts. Providing a magical history of Northumbria, as well as a look at the otherworldly beings who call these lands home, including boggarts, brownies, and dragons, Pennick explains how traditional spirituality is intimately tied to the landscape and the cycle of the seasons. He reveals how the runic tradition is still vibrantly alive in this area and ready for us to reawaken to it.

The Book of Celtic Symbols - Symbols, Stories, and Blessings for Everyday Living (Hardcover): Joules Taylor The Book of Celtic Symbols - Symbols, Stories, and Blessings for Everyday Living (Hardcover)
Joules Taylor 1
R303 R253 Discovery Miles 2 530 Save R50 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Learn more than 50 sacred symbols and deities that express the ethos of the ancient Celts. In ancient times, Druids read the future through the movement of the stars and planets, in dreams, in the flights of birds, in the running of hares. Today, we too look for signs and symbols in the skies, and increasingly, seek a connection with the natural world as we journey through life. The Book of Celtic Symbols reveals more than 50 sacred symbols and deities that express the ethos of the ancient Celts. From celebrating the rites of spring to invoking the mother-goddess Briggida with her symbol, the triskele, this evocative guide unlocks ancient lore and explains how to communicate with the spirit of the land. The knowledge within these pages is sure to provide you with the necessary tools to bring wisdom into your life.

Blood and Mistletoe - The History of the Druids in Britain (Paperback): Ronald Hutton Blood and Mistletoe - The History of the Druids in Britain (Paperback)
Ronald Hutton 1
R545 Discovery Miles 5 450 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Crushed by the Romans in the first century A.D., the ancient Druids of Britain left almost no reliable evidence behind. Because of this, historian Ronald Hutton shows, succeeding British generations have been free to reimagine, reinterpret, and reinvent the Druids. Hutton's captivating book is the first to encompass two thousand years of Druid history and to explore the evolution of English, Scottish, and Welsh attitudes toward the forever ambiguous figures of the ancient Celtic world.

Druids have been remembered at different times as patriots, scientists, philosophers, or priests; sometimes portrayed as corrupt, bloodthirsty, or ignorant, they were also seen as fomenters of rebellion. Hutton charts how the Druids have been written in and out of history, archaeology, and the public consciousness for some 500 years, with particular focus on the romantic period, when Druids completely dominated notions of British prehistory. Sparkling with legends and images, filled with new perspectives on ancient and modern times, this book is a fascinating cultural study of Druids as catalysts in British history.

Feast of Sparks (Paperback): Sierra Simone Feast of Sparks (Paperback)
Sierra Simone
R430 R358 Discovery Miles 3 580 Save R72 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
A Brief History of the Druids (Paperback): Peter Berresford Ellis A Brief History of the Druids (Paperback)
Peter Berresford Ellis 2
R257 R226 Discovery Miles 2 260 Save R31 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A history of the cult of the ancient Druids, exploring who they really were and what role they played in the Celtic world. The author's interpretation of the facts is based on both archaeological and etymological findings. Peter Berresford Ellis sifts through evidence and, with reference to the latest archaeological findings and the use of etymology, shows that the Druids have been subject to a swaythe of propaganda and myth-making through the centuries.

Blood of the Celts - The New Ancestral Story (Hardcover): Jean Manco Blood of the Celts - The New Ancestral Story (Hardcover)
Jean Manco
R560 R436 Discovery Miles 4 360 Save R124 (22%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

The heritage of the Celts turns up from Portugal to Romania, from Scotland to Spain. Yet debate continues about who exactly were the Celts, where ultimately they came from, and whether the modern Celtic-speakers of the British Isles and Brittany are related to the Continental Celts we know from ancient history. So a fresh approach is needed. Blood of the Celts meets this challenge, pulling together evidence from genetics, archaeology, history and linguistics in an accessible and illuminating way, taking the reader on a voyage of discovery from the origins of the ancient Celts to the modern Celtic Revival, with some startling results.

The Land of the Green Man - A Journey through the Supernatural Landscapes of the British Isles (Paperback): Carolyne Larrington The Land of the Green Man - A Journey through the Supernatural Landscapes of the British Isles (Paperback)
Carolyne Larrington
R309 R251 Discovery Miles 2 510 Save R58 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Beyond its housing estates and identikit high streets there is another Britain. This is the Britain of mist-drenched forests and unpredictable sea-frets: of wraith-like fog banks, druidic mistletoe and peculiar creatures that lurk, half-unseen, in the undergrowth, tantalising and teasing just at the periphery of human vision. How have the remarkably persistent folkloric traditions of the British Isles formed and been formed by the identities and psyches of those who inhabit them? In her sparkling new history, Carolyne Larrington explores the diverse ways in which a myriad of imaginary and fantastical beings has moulded the cultural history of the nation. Fairies, elves and goblins here tread purposefully, sometimes malignly, over an eerie, preternatural landscape that also conceals brownies, selkies, trows, knockers, boggarts, land-wights, Jack o'Lanterns, Barguests, the sinister Nuckleavee, or water-horse, and even Black Shuck: terrifying hell-hound of the Norfolk coast with eyes of burning coal. Focusing on liminal points where the boundaries between this world and that of the supernatural grow thin those marginal tide-banks, saltmarshes, floodplains, moors and rock-pools wherein mystery lies the author shows how mythologies of Mermen, Green men and Wild-men have helped and continue to help human beings deal with such ubiquitous concerns as love and lust, loss and death and continuity and change. Evoking the Wild Hunt, the ghostly bells of Lyonesse and the dread fenlands haunted by Grendel, and ranging the while from Shetland to Jersey and from Ireland to East Anglia, this is a book that will captivate all those who long for the wild places: the mountains and chasms where Gog, Magog and their fellow giants lie in wait."

Celtic Blessings (Paperback): Laurence Wareing Celtic Blessings (Paperback)
Laurence Wareing
R220 R183 Discovery Miles 1 830 Save R37 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Writing well over a thousand years ago, the Celtic saints and their followers who penned them reflected not just the cares and concerns of their own times, but also gave voice to the universal human experience - the hopes, fears, joys and anxieties that are as much part of modern existence as they were in the Dark Ages. Meditations on birth, death and everything else that comes in between, as well as comments on the rhythms of everyday life, are mixed with musings on the natural world, the divine and, of course, the eternal questions that everyone asks.

Celtic Mythology - Druids to King Arthur. With an introduction by John Matthews (Paperback): Ward Rutherford Celtic Mythology - Druids to King Arthur. With an introduction by John Matthews (Paperback)
Ward Rutherford 1
R248 R225 Discovery Miles 2 250 Save R23 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Ward Rutherford's Celtic Mythology is a classic...It paints a brilliant portrait of the Celtic world and the way the people of those distant times interpreted the world around them though the creation of myths and legends. - John Matthews In this lively and absorbing account of the world of Celtic myth and the role it has played in the development of western culture, Ward Rutherford explores one of the jewels of European cultural heritage. In so doing he demonstrates how deeply Celtic mythology has become embedded in Western consciousness. With a new introduction from John Matthews - historian, folklorist, best selling author of Pirates and winner of the Benjamin Franklin award for The Winter Solstice, this book provides a highly literary and engaging insight into: The world of the Celts, including an historical overview from their emergence as an identifiable people around 1000 B.C. Also included is an explanation of their social structure. The contents of Celtic myths and the differences and similarities between their manifestation in Britain and Ireland. The geography of the supernatural world of Celtic myth, including discussion of Druids, Shamanism, and the occult meaning of Celtic myths. The influence of Celtic myth in English literature from Arthurian legend to the Grail legends.

Druids and Druidism (Paperback): Thomas D Kendrick Druids and Druidism (Paperback)
Thomas D Kendrick
R352 R287 Discovery Miles 2 870 Save R65 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This well-documented summary of Druidic culture offers a detailed account of the racial history, prehistory, and social atmosphere of early Gallic and British civilization. The amply illustrated text considers the many theories of the origin of Druidism, its early mention by Greek and Roman writers (ca. 52 b.c.), and the temples and religious practices of these ancient people. The author, a noted expert on Druidism, was in charge of British antiquities at the British Museum from 1938-1950. His thorough study of a fascinating topic will appeal to anthropologists, folklore enthusiasts, and anyone interested in the early religious and cultural life of Celtic Britain. 51 black-and-white illustrations.

The Rhythm of Life (Paperback): David Adam The Rhythm of Life (Paperback)
David Adam
R251 R202 Discovery Miles 2 020 Save R49 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Life has its rhythms. We all need to be able to cope with its ebb as well as its flow. We have to survive its darkness as well as its light. We face dry times as well as times of richness. To survive this intricate pattern, we need to have an overriding rhythm of prayer. We need to know that whatever is happening, we are loved by God, and in him we live and move and have our being.

The Sacred Herbs of Spring - Magical, Healing, and Edible Plants to Celebrate Beltaine (Paperback): Ellen Evert Hopman The Sacred Herbs of Spring - Magical, Healing, and Edible Plants to Celebrate Beltaine (Paperback)
Ellen Evert Hopman
R547 R444 Discovery Miles 4 440 Save R103 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A practical guide to the celebration of Beltaine and the sacred herbs of spring * Explores the identification, harvest, and safe practical and ritual use of more than 90 plants and trees * Details rituals for honoring the traditional Gods and Goddesses of spring, such as the Goddess Chloris, the Goddess Flora, and the Daghda * Reveals which herbs to use for luck, magic, protection, purification, abundance, fertility, and love as well as the herbs of the Faeries and Elves and herbs for journeying to the Otherworld and for contacting the High Gods and Goddesses Marking the beginning of the Celtic year, the festival of Beltaine, May Day, is a celebration of the return of spring and the promise of summer, a time for love magic and spells for increasing the fertility of the land and the plants that grow upon it. Like Samhain in autumn, Beltaine is also a time when the veil between the physical and spiritual world is at its most transparent and the ancestors and denizens of the Otherworld easily interact with the world of humans. Presenting a practical guide to the celebration of Beltaine, Ellen Evert Hopman examines the plants, customs, foods, drinks, and rituals of May Day across many cultures. Discussing the gods and goddesses of spring, Hopman details the rituals for honoring them as well as traditional poems, prayers, incantations, folk rhymes, and sayings related to this time of year. She explores well dressing, the custom of honoring the source of sacred water by decorating a well. She also looks at Beltaine's association with Walpurgisnacht and Hexennacht, which fall the preceding evening. In the extensive section on the sacred plants of Beltaine, the author explores more than 90 herbs and trees, offering spells, rituals, and recipes alongside their medicinal healing uses. She reveals sacred woods suitable for the Beltaine fires and Beltaine flowers for rituals and spells. She explores herbs for luck, magic, purification, abundance, and love; herbs for protection, such as bindweed, elder, and St. John's wort; herbs of the Faeries and Elves, such as burdock and dandelion; and herbs for journeying to the Otherworld and contacting the high gods and goddesses. She also details the identification, harvest, and preparation of seasonal edible herbs, greens, mushrooms, and flowers. Woven throughout with mystical tales of folk, Faery, and sacred herbs, this guide offers each of us practical and magical ways to connect with Nature, the plant kingdom, and the Spirits that surround us in the season of spring.

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