Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Celtic traditions. Get inspired and try out new things.
See which Celtic Wedding Traditions are right for you on your big day! The bouquet and 'something blue' have been a part of Irish weddings for a long time... but have you heart of the lucky horseshoe? Or the Welsh spoon?
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Facebook94Tweet0Pin55 Discover the wonder and beauty of Celtic magic. Today, I offer you a (necessarily brief) introduction to this ancient … More
Celtic Trees - Trees in Celtic culture are incredibly sacred. Various trees were thought to have healing, protective, and magick powers. They were the portals between the fairie world and ours, the connections between heaven and earth. What’s Your Tree, Stone, & Sign? Calendar Months, Birthstones, Astrological Signs, and Celtic Tree Astrology from the Sacred Trees on the Celtic Calendar do not perfectly align with one another. For simplicity’s sake, here they are listed as close as can be.
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Are you drawn to the land of the Celts? Maybe the fae or deities from the Celtic lands? Learn how to practice Celtic witchcraft here.
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Are you a Caderyn or an Adwenna? Take our quiz to explore your ancient British and Irish roots.
May Day is upon us. According to Irish mythology, this was a very important time indeed for our ancient ancestors. It marked the first day of summer and was known as Bealtaine.
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Irish wedding traditions run as deep as their Irish roots. Knowing what the Celtic symbols are and the folklore behind them will help you to enjoy an Irish wedding.
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Happy Halloween! Happy Samhain! | Brigidine Sisters
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Embracing the ancient Celtic Pagan Druid traditions of Samhain at Halloween to create lessons on navigating grief and loss by honouring the dead.
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Did you know that the origin of Halloween comes from the Festival of Samhain in Ireland’s Celtic past? This festival marked the end of the summer and signified the beginning of a new year. As the end of the year, it was believed that souls of the departed would return to their former homes on the
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