Wales

Sacred Water, Severed Heads and Holy Wells

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Among the Celtic peoples water held a sacred quality. Rivers, lakes, pools and perhaps more importantly Springs and Wells that sprung from deep underground held a mystical, supernatural quality.........

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Book on the Sacred Triads

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A Treasury of Druidic Triads, shared here and 'available for Free to all Druids of all Orders, Organizations, and Covens
everywhere'.

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Welsh Text Society

Synopsis:

The Welsh Text Society was an off shoot from the London Cymmrondorion Society amd its Abergaveny Branch. The main purpose of this society was the sourcing and preservation of Welsh Manuscripts. Specifically at time which related to the revivial of Druids within its culture.

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Gwyneddigion Society

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The Gwyneddigion Society was formed by ex welsh patriots in London during the later parts of the 18th century. Its prime mover wa to encourage and preserve the the welsh culture. However membership was restricted to those who originated from North Wales although there was one exception to this rule......

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Cymmrodorion Society

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The Cymmrodorion Society which became formed in London by expats from Wales during the 18th century. The society had an affect of the revival of the Bardic Tradion and Esteddfodau in wales. A brief look at the society is given here.

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Druid Society

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A brief look at the Druid Society on Anglesey in the late 18th century.

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Society of Ancient Briton's

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A brief look at the Society of Ancient Britions and whether they affected the revival of early Druidism in Wales.

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Study Sources

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A selection of study sources from the Welsh Tradition.

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Traditional Medicine

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Traditional Medicine and cures passed down through the generations.

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Ballad Singing

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Tradition of storytelling by song in the form of Ballads are still available as this newsletter report indicates.

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