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The great Gaels of Ireland are the men the gods made mad, for all their wars were merry, and all their songs were sad.

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Age
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Astrological Sign
Cancer
About Me:
Hails, and welcome to my new PaganSpace page! Having been wrongly accused, and executed, I have returned from the land of the dead to continue my work on the PaganMystics Network. I am a practicing Celtic Reconstructionist, Traditional Irish Draio, and a polytheist for 18 years. I am an avid hunter and outdoors-man. I look forward to working with every one of our members to help create a more complete picture of Paganism for others to follow, to create a meaning that will be mutually beneficial to all! May we each share what we know, to the benefit of one and all!
Website:
http://paganmystics.ning.com/
Favorite Books
Celtic Heritage by Alwyn Rees and Brinley Rees
The Druids by Stuart Piggott
Ogam by Paul Rhys Mountfort
The Druid Source book by John Mathews
Celtic lore and Legend compiled by Dr. Bob Curran
Fire in the head by Tom Cowan
The Celts by Nora Chadwick
The Ancient Celts by Barry Cunliffe
The Celtic World: An Illustrated History : 700 B.C. to the Present (Hippocrene Illustrated Histories) by Patrick Lavin
Celtic book of the dead by Caitlin Mathews
Anything by Oxford University Press
or the American Archeological Journal
Beliefs / Practices
Spiritual but not Religious, Pagan, Other Spirituality, Druid
Other Beliefs/Practices
I am a Traditional Irish Druid, and a Celtic Reconstructionist. I am a student of religion as a whole, though my own practice is strictly of a Gaelic thrust. I believe that we all have the right to believe and practice what we choose, as long as we describe reality, and the cultures we take from in truth.
Hobbies
Hiking, fishing, hunting, studying the myths, legends, histories, laws, and genealogies of the Gaels, as well as any Celtic culture, studying archeology, anthropology, and the history of world religion,
Heroes
Cu Chulainn, Senbecc, Fionn, Conn of 100 battles, Spider-man, and the HULK.
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Coyote Rides Again!!'s Blog

In Strength and Honor

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

I am posting this as a blog on my page for two reasons. The first being because I don't think I've ever posted a blog on Mystics, and secondly because I'm not sure this should be a public thread. This way - I suppose if friends and other members would like to add something they can, but I won't be bad mouthing others in thread. Hard to tell others not to do that, if I can't do it myself.







As many know, it wasn't that long ago that I lay on what was far to close to being my… Continue

Brief explanation of the Ogham

Posted on October 25, 2008 at 8:30am 0 Comments

It has been brought to my attention that the Ogham information presented on these boards might not be easy for the beginner to understand, so it is my hope that this post as well as a discussion on the basics will help to simplify the Ogham, and it's uses.



The Ogham script is among many other things is a 1,500 (At least) year old history lesson, in it's written forms. As we all know the Celts and Druids had a great affinity for trees, and it has long been observed loved riddles and… Continue

Beannacht Oiche Shamhna! (Blessed eve of Samhain!)

Posted on October 21, 2008 at 7:15pm 0 Comments

If all things were not considered equal to the Celts, Samhain might have been the most important of all the festivals. Like the other three Celtic festivals Samhain too represented a marked event. This would be the ending of one year and the beginning of another. The word it's self means the end of summer, kicking off the end of the light 1/2 of the year and the beginning of the dark, sometimes known as the times of the big and little suns. Samhain traditionally begins around Nov. 6th, when the… Continue

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At 4:00pm on May 19, 2011, Kethry MoonDragon gave Coyote Rides Again!! a gift
At 7:02pm on June 21, 2010, Bell Book and Candle said…
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At 8:17am on March 13, 2010, Chaos Mage said…
thanks for the add. I love the artwork on your page!
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At 12:11pm on March 1, 2010, Celtic Dawn said…
Thank you for the add. :P
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Pleased to meet you and hopefully get to know you as time passes.

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