> > Kaledon Naddair's book(lets) are self-published
> >with his 'study group' - Keltia Publications.
> I don't want to get into a flame about this, but I met
> this gentleman some years ago. I was fascinated by
> his collection of "wild folk" images. He was then
> working on understanding the wildman/wildwoman
> iconography of Europe.
> We had a fascinating conversation and I bought a
> monograph he had prepared on the topic. I was
> dismayed to find that it included statements that
> magical people know that evolution is wrong and we
> are all descended from space visitors and other
> totally far out notions.
> Some of the articles appearing in _Inner Keltia_ were
> interesting but there was just too much fantasy for me
> to find it satisfying.
> Rowan Fairgrove
Rowan - It's a pity you seem to have come across aspects of Kaledon
Naddair's writings which I fortunately did not.
I bought several of the titles available ('87) at that time, and found
the personal research he had done in some areas to be remarkable,
specifically addressing purely Keltic and Pictish issues (nothing
mentioned about 'evolution' or space visitors), and opening up to
further individual perusal and research the mysteries of writings
of the early bards - Taliesin, etc.
Which specific titles did you purchase, and when (year),
where (city/location) did you talk with him? Do you have his current
mailing address ? I am interested to get a recent list of his works.