Barddas: A Collection of Original Documents Illustrative of the Theology, Wisdom and Usages of The Bardo Druidic System on the Isle of Britain
Kessinger Publishing, 2004 - Religion - 668 pages
1862. This work contains both volumes of Ithel's translation of a collection of manuscripts in Cymric. It presents a historical view of the progression of Bardism to Druidism to Christianity. In reply to the argument that these two tenets were at odds the text suggests that the Bards believed that all things were tending to perfection and that when they embraced Christianity they must have viewed it as a stage in advance of their former creed of Druidism.
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From the outset, i'll say I was looking to dig through books for plant folklore. I didn't even finish the book, just giving it a heavy perusal. The intro. suggest that I should not take this book to ... Read full review