posted on Oct, 8 2016 @ 10:28 PM
a reply to: tikbalang
Most of what I know of the Drudic peoples is that of their respect for nature and honoring of Trees by always maintaining a proper respect for a
fallen tree by making something beautiful out of it's wood, or, in case of a tree dying and rotting out, having it burned in a respectful ritual for
re-purification of the soil and also to keep healthy trees safe.
I have heard a story that when the Catholic Church began building abbey's they were very respectful of the Druid wishes not to hurt any good living
trees and respect the natural landscape of sacred groves.
Trees were thought to be the homes of nature spirits, and were respected as such. Especially when the spirits were kind and protected the peoples of
the land. No one would have ever thought about cutting down a healthy respected tree for any reason whatsoever, and anyone who did so probably faced
Sorry, I'm a buff for tree lore.
Big on the conservationist aspect I guess.
I know a little about how Stongehedge was a celestial calendar and meeting place for matters of discussion due to some acoustic abilities of the
stones, stones also have a beautiful role in the Druidic Heritage which is why so many members of their descendants will prize certain stones,
crystals, etc or make various types of rock art from small carving and pictures on small pocket sized stones to large engravings on memorial stones or
Really amazing stuff, really.
Wish I had resources to share I'm going off memory right now.
Hope you enjoy your look into the Celts!