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Apr 12

Celtic Mysteries: The Ancient Religion (Art and Imagination)

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Psychic powers are one of the most commonly assumed traits of Witchcraft. The representational arts, however, then caught up with architecture and began to flourish in every pos- sible medium. Jesus simply said, “Follow me.” Jesus wasn't trying to convert people to a new religion. However, it is also true that much of what is called Celtic is derived from what others have written, often known at third hand, which has then been cited as fact, or adapted by new writers.

Pages: 96

Publisher: Thames & Hudson; Reissue edition (July 7, 1975)

ISBN: 0500810095

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