Primitive Nature Worship CT046

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The Religion of the Ancient Celts (1911) Chapter 11: Primitive Nature Worship

by J. A. MacCulloch

McCulloch talks about animism, where everything was a person and the greater objects of nature were worshiped for themselves alone.

Names Used in this Section

Gildas

Loegaire

Da Derga's Hostel

MacCecht

Gara

Morrigan

Fomorians

Bres

meisi

Milesians

urtrochta

guidemain

siabra

Táin

bocânachs, banânaichs, and geniti-glinni

Feast of Bricriu

Dr. Johnson

accouchements

Lausanne

Camden

Manannan, Morgen, Dylan

M. Jullian

M. D'Arbois

St. Lunaire

Tuirbe Trágmar

Cúchulainn

Muireartach

Battle of Ventry

Cael

Conwy

Clidna's, Tuaithe's, and Rudhraidhe's

Magounos

Magonia

Bishop Agobard

Religion of the Ancient Celts can be found on Sacred Texts.

You can find out more about J. A. McCulloch on Wikipedia.

Try the Celtic Myth Podshow for a dramatic re-telling of the Tales and Stories of the Ancient Celts at http://celticmythpodshow.com or in Apple Podcasts.

Our theme music is "Gander at the Pratie Hole" by Sláinte. You can find their music on the Free Music Archive.

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