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Prophet Priest and King - the Poetry of Ross Nichols

Prophet, Priest and King is a long-overdue of Ross Nichol's poetry which includes prose from Prose Chants and Poems (1941), The Cosmic Shape (with James Kirkup, 1946), Seasons at War (1947), and unpublished poems from the early '50s onwards.


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Radiant Brow - H Catherine Watling

Radiant Brow is a novel rooted in Celtic myth and in the turbulent history of Dark Age Britain - the story of a man who is bard, shaman and spiritual warrior.
A foundling, abandoned at birth and fostered by the royal clan of Gwynedd, Taliesin lives to become the greatest bard of his time, one whose name is still revered today. But he pays a price for power, for his fierce dedication to the goddess Ceridwen and to the land of his ancestors. Whilst he fights the Anglo-Saxon enemy, and for unity among his people, he also fights a battle within, and faces conflict between love and loyalty.
As the Britons lose ground and are torn apart by tribal rivalry, Taliesin's own life reaches a crisis, and he must make an ultimate decision.


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Sacred Places - Philip Carr-Gomm

A lavishly illustrated survey of more than 50 of the world's most spectacular places of pilgrimage.

Covers the key sacred sites of all the major world religions including the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock, the Ganges, the Golden Temple and Mecca.

Features shrines of antiquity - the Pyramids, Stonehenge, and the Oracle of Delphi - alongside places of incredible natural beauty, such as Yosemite and Mount Kilimanjaro.


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The Badger and the Bag - A Gwion Dubh, Druid Investigator, Mystery - Penny Billington

It was a mild night in the forest that never sleeps. Below the dark sky, the heart of the deep wood holds its secrets. But one lone Druid has made it his job to plumb them. Gwion Dubh: Druid Investigator, at your service.

A chance to see the world through the eyes of a practising Druid in this new 32 page short story. Gwion, robed and ready, is called once again to maintain the ancient harmonies: on his very doorstep, the last remnants of an endangered species desperately need his help, leading him on a treasure hunt against the clock, if hes to fulfill his commitment to the observance of the Winter solstice.


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The Book of English Magic - Philip Carr-Gomm and Richard Heygate

'Once in a blue moon a book comes out that you get a feeling is going to be a classic. Within minutes of receiving an advance copy, the Treadwells staff all got that prickly feeling on the back of the neck. . .

How did the one small island of Britain, and the country of England in particular, become so steeped in magical practices across the centuries, and why has it given birth to the finest magical stories ever written? English authors such as J.R.R.Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Terry Pratchett, and J.K.Rowling dominate the world of magic in fiction, but from the earliest times England has also acted as home to generations of eccentrics and scholars who have researched and explored every conceivable occult art, and now more people practice magic in England than at any time in her history.

The Book of English Magic, authored by Philip Carr-Gomm & Druid grade member Sir Richard Heygate, surveys Englands magical past from the moment the first humans inhabited her shores to our present-day fascination with all things magical. Historical explorations, biographies of leading figures, guides to magical fiction and practical exercises are combined with interviews with modern-day magicians which reveal the extent to which magic is alive and well in England in the 21st century. In this beautifully produced illustrated volume the authors trace the story of magic as it developed through the worlds of the Druid and Anglo-Saxon sorcerer, the Alchemist and Witch, the Cunning Folk and the High Magician. In this journey through time, a world that is complex and fascinating reveals itself . . .

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The case of the Cornish Patsy: a Druid Investigator mystery by Penny Billington

Britain's favourite Druid Private Eye is back! See the world through the eyes of a practising Druid as Gwion, robed and ready, is called once again to maintain the ancient harmonies.
Sent to magical Cornwall, he becomes implicated in human affairs and is marked man. As he acquires an entourage including girls, geese, giants and a fanatical geography teacher, he begins to realise that the Land itself is in peril - and where is Britains ancient protector?
Gwions crazy circus will traverse the length of the peninsula before the final showdown with the forces of evil, on May Day Morn.


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The Druid Animal Oracle - Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm

The Druid Animal Oracle by Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm, illustrated by Bill Worthington, is an oracular system based on the totem animals of Druidry. 33 full-colour cards (and three spares) are accompanied by a 176pp hardback book and divination cloth. The book gives a wealth of folklore, myth and interpretations for each animal and gives both oracular spreads and ways of working with power animals that can act as guides, allies and healers.

"Rich with vivid symbolic references, the cards have a depth and elegance that subtly draws the eye in to reveal detail. More than a reference, this work embodies reverence. It establishes a foundation and framework of understanding. A doorway to other dimensions. " The Druids Progress Magazine.


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The Druid Shaman - Danu Forest

Covering the basics of Celtic shamanism, with reference to traditional lore and source materials through the lens of both ancient and modern Druidry and shamanic practice, The Druid Shaman is a well rounded guide, showing the seamless cross over between Druidry and shamanism in the Celtic tradition. It covers topics such as how to attain and work with guides and allies, understanding the spirit realm and interaction with spirits of all kinds, accessing powers of place, travelling the world tree and working with the seven directions and exploring and navigating within the Celtic Otherworld. With practical techniques, exercises and core skills, The Druid Shaman can be used as a practical manual as well as a valuable resource for practicing shamans and druids as well as those new to the subject.


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The Druid's Primer - Luke Eastwood

The Druid's Primer is a comprehensive guide to Druidic knowledge and practice based on ancient texts and surviving Celtic lore and customs. It is perhaps the first serious attempt to collate the vast body of druidic knowledge from verifiable ancient sources and Celtic survivals into one usable and practical volume as a handy reference for druids and a learning tool for the would be druid. Inspired by the medieval Irish 'Scholar's Primer' this work is the culmination of 15 years research and practical exploration of what it means to be a druid in a modern context.


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The Language of Birds - Fiona Davidson

Whether through storytelling, or singing in Gaelic and English, Fiona Davidson's harp and voice weave together seamlessly. Hers is a pure sound which suggests new pathways for Scottish harp music and accompaniment. This CD is a rich resource of ancient tales and songs, from one of the greatest living modern Bards. Highly recommended


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