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From: Michael Hokana <[log in to unmask]>
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No, I don't think that Pagans, Druids, etc. have the monopoly on defining
what is Celtic and what is Celtic culture. I prefer the beauty of the
Celtic Cross as a perfect example of a Celtic love for beauty and skillful
artwork combined with the hope and promise of the Christian religion.
Another wonderful example is the book of Kells (sp?).