[GA] Tha\inig billeagan fiosrachaidh a-steach dhan cholaisde seo mu
chomann nach robh mi eo\lach air roimhe seo: Dalriada Celtic Heritage Society.
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DALRIADA CELTIC HERITAGE SOCIETY
The Dalriada Celtic Heritage Society was founded in 1986 with the aim of promoti
ng a greater awareness of Celtic culture, traditions and beliefs.
The society is a non-profit making organisation and is open to all who
share in these ideals.
The society has extensive archives on many diverse aspects of Celtic
Studies, which are stored on a computer database. These archieves contain
the collective research material carried out by several society members
over the last fifteen years. the database is being expanded and updated
regularly. Ongoing areas of study include the following:
Folktales, myths and legends - Celtic history and philosophy -
Pre-christian religious beliefs - Traditional Crafts - Music and the arts -
Customs and cultural ways - Seasonal celebrations and calendar festivals -
Folklore - Totem animals - Pre-christian deities and the sidhe - Tree and
herblore - Ancient sites - The Western Isles - Celtic and Gaelic place
names - Clan and tribal genealogy.
Archive material is available to members in the form of information sheets.
BBS users can access the archives directly through computer link up.
Members receive a quarterly newsletter "Su\il na h-Iolaire" to keep them
informed of news and events both in the Gaidhealtachd and also in our sister
Celtic countries. The society also has other publications available.
We publish a Celtic journal, "Dalriada", which promotes the mythology
and traditions of the Celts of Eire and Alba. We have also published a
series of booklets:
Gods of the Celts.
Celtic Totem Animals.
Trees of the Celtic Alphabet.
The latest initiative of the heritage society is in the field of
telecommunications. we now run a professional Wildcat Bulletin Board
System, offering to members the opportunity to network with others both
locally and internationally. Archive files from the society database
are available for download.
The board has its own Dalriada local conference areas on Celtic debate,
Celtic news and events, Gaelic language, folk music and Scottish issues.
There are also international conferences on Celtic culture, general
mythology and genealogy. We carry a total of over 250 conferences on
diverse subjects. Why not give us a call? [Many of the BBS facilities
are open to non-society members.]
Annual membership of the society: #5.00
Annual membership of society + BBS: #12.00
(USA/Canada $18.00; Australia $25.00)
Make cheques payable to Clan Dalriada and return to:
The Secretary, Dalriada Celtic Heritage Society, "Dun na Beatha",
2 Brathwic Place, Brodick, Isle of Arran, KA27 8BN, Scotland