> Kaledon Naddair's book(lets) are self-published
>with his 'study group' - Keltia Publications.
>You can probably mail order them ... Maybe some
>kind soul has his address in Edinburgh, and/or
>a list of titles.
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.
Yes, I want to understand and practice the religion of
my ancestors. Yes, experiential workings are very
different than dry scholarship devoid of experience.
But if the experiential framework is based on nothing
more than ex cathedra pronouncements from your own
internal map, it is very hard to claim that they are somehow
related to the practices of our ancestors.