While this book does not offer a comprehensive system of astrology like most text books. It offers myriad clues as to unexplored possibilities within the given conceptual terrain. Instead of telling you how or why a particular mythic device works in the Celtic, Lunar astrological context set forth, it provides examples from the Druidic spiritual index of folklore and tradition to inspire polyvalent readings. A true do-it-yourself book, admittedly not for everyone (especially those wanting to be force fed knowledge), this book instead offers a magnificent starting point for any celtic-zodiac vision quest!
One of the most disappointing reads of my life. This author's comprehension of astrology is totally lacking. She has cobbled together a mish-mash of Celtic gobbledegook and a bit of the Celtic Tree Calendar, and created - what? The most contorted excuse of a system imaginable.
For my money, this isn't worth buying, and I didn't buy it. Kisma Stepanich's "Faery Wicca" is either based on this purported "Celtic Astrology" or is one of the influences that Paterson used to create this abomination. In either case, the research is faulty, the theory unworkable, and the whole concept in need of major revision.