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The Celtic Art Coracle Volume 1 Issue 3
CELTIC ART - A LIVING TRADITION - Annie Wildwood

Celtic tradition, having maintained a buoyancy in consciousness to the present day, has come about as far West as the land allows in choosing to light in B.C. Celtic peoples chose not to settle in any one place as they experienced a kinship with the whole earth. Territorial boundaries seemed to them unnatural to the rhythms of the earth's indwelling energy with which they were well attuned. 

The earth's issuing of electromagnetic energy has been compared to the Chinese acupuncture meridian system wherein there are points or vortices of concentrated energy between which lines of a lesser vibration frequency pulsate. 

These paths or tracks of energy (sometimes called ley lines) wove the movement of the migrations over the great body of the earth mother. People and animals were energized and nourished by them. Their journeys have been referred to as pilgrimages to the earth's holy places or power points. Offerings were made and stones or stone circles set up to honor and enhance the energy; as in acupuncture when pressure points are stimulated with needles for revitalization and body-soul realignment.
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Copyright Annie Wildwood 1983 
 

The Celtic Art Coracle Vol 1
Contents Coracle Press 1983
ISSN 0828-8321 
All Rights Reserved
10.02.01edition
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