Irish Paganism

Reconstructing Irish Polytheism

Morgan Daimler

90 Blz., ISBN 978 1 78535 145 7     
Pagan Portals - Moon Books, 2015     

A solid introduction to the faith of Irish Paganism based in the Reconstructionist approach.

Irish Reconstructionist Polytheism is an often misunderstood path, but it is one with great richness and depth for those who follow it. This short introductory book touches on the basic beliefs and practices of Irish Polytheism as well as other important topics for people interested in practicing the religion using a Reconstructionist methodology or who would just like to know more about it.
Explore the cosmology of the ancient Irish and learn how the old mythology and living culture show us the Gods and spirits of Ireland and how to connect to them.
Ritual structure is explored, as well as daily practices and holidays, to create a path that brings the old beliefs forward into the modern world.

"There are very few books out there written on Celtic Reconstructionism and Morgan Daimler´s book on Irish Reconstructionism is a welcome addition. The book is a well researched look at the basics and should serve as a great introductory test for people interested in walking this path who don´t know where to start."
Maya St.Clair, editor and contributor to Air n-Aithese, a peer-reviewed CR journal

"Morgan Daimler has written the kind of book I wish I´d been able to write twenty years ago. She addresses many of the things I´ve been writing about for years, and does so succinctly and cogently. Her approach is clear and practical, and she provides good sources for her work. This is sure to be an essential reference for anyone interested in reconstructing the polytheist practices of ancient Ireland, and of other Celtic cultures."
Erynn Rowan Laurie, author of Ogam: Weaving Word Wisdom and A Circle of Stones

Morgan Daimler is a blogger, poet, teacher of esoteric subjects, Druid, dedicant of Macha, and wandering priestess of Odin. She lives in Connecticut, USA.

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