>> The best books on ideas about Celtic religion are by Anne Ross:
>> "The Pagan Celts"
>> "Life and Death of a Druid Prince"
>> "Pagan Celtic Britain"
> And oddly, a modern-day 'practising' Scottish shaman, suggests that
> Anne Ross is one of the perpetrators of academically-structured
> fantasies concerning 'Celtic' practices. This modern-day Scots shaman
> is Kaledon Naddair, a very active writer based in Edinburgh.
I'd have to agree that Anne Ross' book "Life and Death of a Druid Prince",
thought very interesting, did make some extensive "leaps of faith". I am
curious if anyone knows how Mr. Naddair developed his shaman practice, and
what are some of the differences between his practice and the scholarly