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« Reply #15: April 26, 2011, 02:04:51 pm »

I personally am following a more Welsh Tradition, just wondering which tradition others followed, or many traditions. Also how you decided, or were swayed to follow that unique tradition.

I try to stay within the Irish framework, but I am/have been interested in learning more about the Scottish culture.  

And somehow a little Germanic-style Heathenry was thrown in...so I guess I'm eclectic or at least dual-minded.
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« Reply #16: April 28, 2011, 05:07:26 am »


I'm an Irish Celtic Reconstructionist (it says so, right under my pic!  Wink )  I was drawn to that path because I started reading up about the Irish Celts, and I immediately fell in love with the culture, and the more I read, the more I thought that I could learn from that set of beliefs.  Not long after, I came across Manannan, and did something of a reverse-thwap: I promised my devotion to Him very quickly, before He had time to reject me  Cheesy
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« Reply #17: April 28, 2011, 11:48:26 am »

I personally am following a more Welsh Tradition, just wondering which tradition others followed, or many traditions. Also how you decided, or were swayed to follow that unique tradition.

Silly question here, but does anyone know all the different types of Celtic traditions?  I mostly see Welsh, Irish, Scotts and shoot...I can't remember the name, for the British Isles.  I KNOW there is more, but can't think of the name of any.  Would love to explore the various traditions, mainly to see who's out there. Smiley
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« Reply #18: April 28, 2011, 11:54:33 am »

Silly question here, but does anyone know all the different types of Celtic traditions?  I mostly see Welsh, Irish, Scotts and shoot...I can't remember the name, for the British Isles.  I KNOW there is more, but can't think of the name of any.  Would love to explore the various traditions, mainly to see who's out there. Smiley

Irish, Welsh, Scotts, Breton, Cornish, Manx, and the various continental cultures, I think.
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