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KILLYOUAND EATYOU!

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The CR FAQ - An Introduction to Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism
The Official home of The CR FAQ
An Introduction to Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism

Collectively-authored, consensus answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Celtic Reconstructionism. Created by a diverse collective of CR elders, representatives of established CR sub-traditions and other long-term practitioners - including some of the founders of the tradition - it is only the second CR document in existence that speaks for more than one group's vision.


The CR FAQ - An Introduction to Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism. Now in print from River House Publishing.

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The CR FAQ - An Introduction to
Celtic Reconstructionist Paganism


The Book

While most of the text is familiar to those who've visited our website, the book also contains 37 pages of additional material, including a glossary and pronunciation guide intended to familiarize readers with the basics of the Celtic languages as well as assist in pronouncing Celtic terms and Deity names. It is indexed and thoroughly cross-referenced, making it very user-friendly for beginners as well as those with many years in the tradition. A preview is available here.

All proceeds are being donated to Gaelic language and cultural preservation charities, in the Celtic Nations and worldwide.

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Celtic Martial Arts by C. Lee Vermeers
by C. Lee Vermeers




Or, A Well-Intentioned Celt's Guide to Non-Celtic Bioregions

by Raven nic Rhóisín and Kathryn Price NicDhàna



Tree huggers by Raven nic Rhoisin Kathryn Price NicDhana Kathryn NicDhana Kathryn NicDhàna
A Methodology for Crann Ogham Work

Treehuggers by Raven nic Rhoisin Kathryn Price NicDhana Kathryn NicDhana Kathryn NicDhàna
by Raven nic Rhóisín and Kathryn Price NicDhàna


Fulacht Fiadh agus Tigh ‘n Alluis
Fulachta Fía Teach an Allais Tigh Nollish
"Celtic Sweat Lodge"?
Fulachta Fía Teach an Allais Tigh Nollish
Notes on a work in progress by Kathryn Price NicDhàna



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I Stand With Tara

In 2007 and a handful of times since, we have participated in a worldwide effort to protect the sacred Hill of Tara and the surrounding Tara-Skryne Valley, home of many sacred sites and irreplaceable archaeological treasures. This is the ritual outline we used, along with notes on what we did to support the actionists on-site.

Stand with Tara
Aerial shot of the Hill of Tara courtesy Michael at Knowth.com

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