Becoming the Enchanter: A Journey to the Heart of the Celtic Mysteries,  Lyn Webster Wilde

the Celtic Holidays & Festivals

Celtic Tree Calendar

Celtic Mythology Books

Women in Celtic Mythology

During the past twenty-three years, Martin Gray has visited and photographed approximately 1200 holy and magical places in 80 countries. Hundreds of his color photographs and insightful writings on the anthropology of pilgrimage and the mythology of sacred places may be seen on his web site, Places of Peace and Power. This web site also features indexed maps of sacred site locations around the world, comprehensive bibliographies, a rich links listing, and fascinating essays on archaeoastronomy, sacred geometry, earth mysteries, ecopsychology, and the emerging global culture of spiritually awakened beings.

The Celtic Goddess: Great Queen or Demon Witch?, Claire French

Celtic Magic (Essentials Series, 1), James Lynn Page

Celtic Astrology: How the Mystical Power of the Druid Tree Signs Can Transform Your Life, Phyllis Vega

Druidcraft: The Magic of Wicca and Druidry, Philip Carr-Gomm

Read the novels of the Dragon Skies, Beneath A Dragon Sky, The Last Dragon Harper, Dragon Harper Curse, and the new Red Knight and Dragon Skies, the history of Myrddin, the last Dragon Harper. Dragon Skies is a thrilling, dark and sensual story of war and revenge set in 6th Century Celtic Scotland.