The Irish Celtic Magical Tradition

by Steve Blamires

The Irish Celtic Magical Tradition Synopsis

The Irish Celtic Magical Tradition explores the wealth of spiritual philosophy locked into Celtic legend in The Battle of Moytura (Cath Maige Tuired), a historical-mythological account of the conflict, both physical and Otherworldly, between the Fomoire and the Tuatha de Danann. This legend contains within it the essence of the Celtic spiritual and magical system, from Creation Myth to practical instruction and information. Alongside a translation of The Battle of Moytura, Steve Blamires provides a series of keys to facilitate understanding of the legend and sets out an effective magical system based upon it, including interpretations of the symbolism, meditation exercises and suggestions for its practical use. The book offers a powerful and illuminating method of working with ancient Celtic legendary material in the context of modern magic.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781908011572
Publication date: 1st June 2012
Author: Steve Blamires
Publisher: Skylight Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 236 pages
Categories: Magic, spells & alchemy,

About Steve Blamires

Steve Blamires is a well-known authority on Celtic traditions and founder of the Celtic Research and Folklore Society in Scotland. He is also an authority on the work of William Sharp and Fiona Macleod, and has written a biography of Sharp, 'The Little Book of the Great Enchantment'.

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