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Working With a Class and Law System

“I am a freeman of a free state.” - Dumnorix, Gaulish Chieftain of the Aedui, 1st century BCE  The nations both in the isles and Western Europe were typically separated into three or arguably, four main classes. At the top was the king, the Ard Rí or ‘Rí’ in Old Irish and Ireland specifically. In… Continue reading Working With a Class and Law System

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Making Meaning With the Past and Connecting Cultural Threads

“History’s lessons, if you’ll read ‘em, Will impart this truth to thee, Knowledge is the price of freedom; Know yourself, and you are free.” - Thomas Mooney, History of Ireland, 1845 We have established that the various nations that employed Druids were not one united people but rather simply shared much of their culture through… Continue reading Making Meaning With the Past and Connecting Cultural Threads

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Sources and Resource Recommendations

"There are some who say that the study of philosophy had its beginning among the barbarians. They urge that the Persians have had their Magi, the Babylonians or Assyrians their Chaldaeans, and the Indians their Gymnosophists; and among the Celts and Gauls there are the people called Druids or Holy Ones… As to the Gymnosophists… Continue reading Sources and Resource Recommendations