Saturday, August 6, 2016

It's a bird, it's a bee... It's a hummingbird moth! What? & Bra.nd Ne.w Nu Nac.kig = B.N.D.+B.N.N. & E.The Celitc O. = E.T. Celtic Otherworld & Celtic Shamanism+Gaelic Wisdom, Books & Poerty 4 Exciles, Wanderers, Seekers & Healers &... :::: & News @ÄTät@ TV = #TV = T.V. = V.T. = Veterans Today & SG = #SG = S.G. = G.S. = Government Slaves ::::

:::: August 5, 2016, 10:40 pm :::: 
by David Wilcock

Karte der europäischen Jungsteinzeit– 
bzw. Mittelsteinzeitkulturen, ca. 4500–4000 v. Chr.:

:::: A Vinča Article :::: Ancient Script ::::

"It's a bird, it's a bee... It's a hummingbird moth! What? I learn something new every day right in my own back yard!! I could not move fast enough for pics but I've had one of these in the flowers last couple of days. I didn't even know they existed!" ~ M.J. Goettling , U.S. of America.

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:::: The Song Of Wandering Aengus ::::

by William Butler Yeats


I went out to the hazel wood, 

Because a fire was in my head, 

And cut and peeled a hazel wand, 

And hooked a berry to a thread.

And when white moths were on the wing,

And moth-like stars were flickering out,

I dropped the berry in a stream 

And caught a little silver trout.


When I had laid it on the floor

I went to blow the fire a-flame,

But something rustled on the floor,

And some one called me by my name: 

It had become a glimmering girl 

With apple blossom in her hair 

Who called me by my name and ran 

And faded through the brightening air.
Though I am old with wandering 

Through hollow lands and hilly lands,

I will find out where she has gone, 

And kiss her lips and take her hands; 

And walk among long dappled grass,

And pluck till time and times are done 

The silver apples of the moon,

The golden apples of the sun.

In 'The Song of Wandering Aengus' William Butler Yeats refers to the ‘fire in the head’ that characterises the visionary experience. Tom Cowan has pursued this theme in a lyrical cross-cultural exploration of shamanism and the Celtic imagination that examines the myths and tales of the ancient Celtic poets and storytellers, and outlines techniques used to access the shaman's world.

Tom Cowan
is the author of 
'How To Tap Into Your Own Genius'
and coauthor of 
'Power of the Witch and Love Magic'.

"An engrossing, intelligent, and shamanically well-informed work that is an important gift to all those Westerners seeking a knowledge of Celtic shamanism"

author of 'The Way of the Shaman'

"An important and fascinating work on Celtic shamanism. Highly recommended"

author of 'Urban Shaman'

"A fascinating and entertaining study…(illuminating) glimpses of an original Celtic shamanism that appears in British and Irish folklore and literary remains. 'Fire in the Head' also offers an account of Celtic supernaturalism in general, and unveils the mysterious background of certain folk heroes, such as Robin Hood"

author of 'Native Religions of North America'

"A remarkable exploration of shamanism (using) cross-cultural myths to explain the history and roots of the Celtic spirit"
author of 'Soul Retrieval: Mending the Fragmented Self"

:::: Shamanism & 

The Celtic Spirit ::::

:::: Fire in the Head ::::

:::: by Tom D. Cowan ::::

"In The Mist-Filled Path, Frank MacEowen, a preeminent teacher of Celtic spirituality, shows how embracing the indigenous wisdom of Scotland and Ireland can lead to healing and transcendence. Using his own travels and teachings along with Celtic stories and myths, he explores ancient traditions, eco-psychology, the ancient mother, altars and hearths, Oran Mor (the Great Song), contemplation, and mysticism. The book tells how to draw on ancestral roots to find a personal spirituality that also works for the greater good."
"LibriVox volunteers bring you eighteen different readings of The Song of Wandering Aengus, by Irish poet William Butler Yeats, to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. This is Yeats in his faerie folklore vein, and he paints an evocative picture of a beautiful brush with the supernatural. This was the weekly poetry project for the week of March 12, 2006."
~ Summary by Fox in the Stars ~ 


Roots (english) = Wurzeln (deutsch) = Koreni (srpski)
:::: 2 photos of Belgrade 1999 ::::
Belgrade (englisch) = Beograd (serbisch)
White+City = Beo+Grad 
:::: Belgrade, formerly known as Celtic Singidunum, was founded in the 3rd century B.C. by Celts who originally came from Ireland ::::

streets in Belgrade follow the original
grid layout of Singidunum ::::
from a Celtic Sindi dūn
is the name for the ancient city in Serbia which became Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. It was recorded that a Celtic tribe, the Scordisci, settled the area in the 3rd century BC following the Gallic invasion of the Balkans. The Roman Republic conquered the area in 75 BC and later garrisoned the Roman Legio IV Flavia Felix there in 86 AD. It was the birthplace to the Roman Emperor Jovian. Belgrade has arisen from its ashes 38 times.


Anam Cara is the old gaelic term for "soul friend." anam meaning soul and cara meaning friend.
Anam Ċara is the title of a 1997 bestseller on "Celtic spirituality", the first publication by Irish author and then-priest John O'Donohue. According to O'Donohue, the Irish term anam cara (lit. "soul-friend") originates in Irish monasticism, where it was applied to a monk's spiritual advisor. The book was an international bestseller and catapulted the author to public notability as an author and much sought-after speaker and teacher, particularly in the United States. O'Donohue left the priesthood in 2000. As O'Donohue puts it: The term is greatly misconstrued to mean "soul mate", anam meaning soul and cara meaning friend. 
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