Celtic Myth and Magic
by Edain McCoy
I resisted Celtic Paganism for years because it was so damned trendy;
everyone and their mother was trotting around the Pagan community
mispronouncing Gaelic names and wearing kilts. Six years later,
though, I find myself drawn to it on my own terms, and McCoy has
provided an excellent resource for me and anyone else interested
in the Celtic way of magic. This book, written in McCoy's humorous
and well-researched style, includes a huge list of Celtic deities
and heroes, chapters on pathworking and an overview of Celtic history,
and ways to incorporate Celtic culture into your religious practice.
The book assumes you are well-acquainted with Pagan practices and
goes from there. Great stuff.
Reviewed by Diane Sylvan