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Neimheadh

I always wondered where, in the literature, the Druids worshiped in a 'nemeton', which was the idea of a sacred ring of trees, because 'nemeton' didn't sound Gaelic, or Celtic, if you will. According to many sources, it is Celtic. So, when I ran across...

[caption id="attachment_859" align="alignnone" width="300"] The full altar showing the fire, water and tree hallows. Also, the offering bowl, and ancestor urn can be seen next to the water / fountain.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_858" align="alignnone" width="400"] A closer detail shot of the water and tree hallow and ancestor...

As I research and work deeper into the Hearth culture and studying the Gaelic language, I had the opportunity to study a Gaelic language course put together by Alexander Mearns, in his home Parish of Sutherland. He calls this course 'An Ceathramh'. This is what...