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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse Aiyana
    Has anyone else noticed that Imbas is no longer on the web? Such a shame.
    I noticed I've been hoping it would come back soon, but no luck.

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    Regarding IMBAS, I've done some digging. Supposedly they should be coming back online. They were having trouble with the web provider, hence their disappearance. Hopefully they do so soon.

    And here's more links, don't remember if I posted them before. They all have to do with 'Celtic' Astrology:

    Gàidhlig Astronomical/Astrological Terms
    Early Irish Astrology: An Historical Argument
    The Fabrication of 'Celtic' Astrology
    Druuidica Prinnion
    Celtic Astrology: A Modern Hoax
    Druidical Astrology Primer

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    And another...

    Scottish Faeries

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    :D found a great art and culture site:
    http://www.unc.edu/courses/pre2000fall/art111/celtic/

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    i'm so enjoying all the reading. thank you for the great links!
    "Thoughts are things: as a man thinkest, so he is." Wiccan Proverb

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    Thanks for the good links everyone!

    One thing that drives me nuts though is how many websites are Irish-Celt-Centric and ignore the fact that the Celts were all over....seems in this thread though we have a good mix of all Celt aspects which is nice to see

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    Just a quick question.....anyone have any links on the gaulic celts?

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    Lyra Celtica

    Just a quick question.....anyone have any links on the gaulic celts?
    Muirennach, I don't have any good links for the Gauls, but if you PM Nantonos, I'm sure he has quite a few. He's our resident Gaulish expert. Also, a new e-group has been started at yahoogroups.com for Gaulish studies. Here's their homepage, Samanis Gallica

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    Thankyou so much Morag!!!! :D

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    Welcome. I actually heard about the new e-group through a Gaelic Traditionalist group I'm on and thought you'd be interested when I saw your post.

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