Cauldron of the Gods: A Manual of Celtic Magick

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Mandrake, Nov 3, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 552 pages
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There are tales that strange fires can be seen glowing on the mounds, and that on spooky nights, great armed warriors arise from their resting places. Then the doors to the deep are thrown open and unwary travelers have to beware of being invited into the halls of the dead and unborn. Who knows the nights when the gates are open?
 

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Contents

Welcome to
ix
People of the Mounds
23
The Mound Journey
38
Dangerous Dead and Unusual Burials
54
Places of Worship
67
Roqucpertuse
82
Cernunnos
95
Druids in the Classical Period
108
Brides Bed
249
Taliesin Penbeirdd
263
Chair of the Bards
280
A Question of Identity
294
The Rite of Cursing
311
Spells of Healing
324
The Secret Arts
377
The Ever Hungry Cauldron
393

Riddles from Antiquity
129
Druidic Revival
147
A Confusion of Faiths
163
Book of Taliesin 9
176
The Poets Path
191
From a Dark Cell
200
The Wild Man from the Mountains
216
Three Inspirations of Ogyrven
233
Nine British Otherworlds
407
Rites of Dismemberment
422
Trees of Eternity
439
HGroup
454
A Hand Full of Forests
506
Appendix
519
Index
533
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Jan Fries lives in Frankfurt near the Taunus Mountains. He is a musician, artist and magician.

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