This is a must-have for those who seek to follow a Celtic path of spirituality. It will not tell you how to be a neopagan-- it will show you how the remnants of ancient Celtic tradition are (or were, up until the 1970s) practised in rural parts of Great Britain-- and you can take it from there. It will give you insights into the essence of ancient Celtic spirituality as gleaned from living traditions, and a sprinkling of folklore, archeology, history and legend. This book will no doubt anger followers of "Celtic Wicca" and "Faery Wicca", as this book will disabuse its readers of any notion that these paths are in any way traditional Celtic paths.
This really is an exploration of the ground information of Celtic knowledge and history. It also includes informative descriptions of the traditional Celtic guardians and animals, and site-relevant histories. It includes black and white drawings, glossy colour prints and contact addresses. An excellent text.