Some things never die and one of those things is Celtic fascination. For those who love Celtic everything you’ll find plenty to please you online. If you’re interested in Celtic artwork, for instance, you’ll find plenty of prints and posters, even cross stitch patterns, at www.aon-celtic.com They have links to books like Celtic Knotwork, Ancient Painting Techniques, Celtic Zodiac and Astrology, and other great reads. There’s links to Celtic music and even resources for artists. They even got a gift shop where you can purchase Celtic greeting cards, prints, beads, clothing and more.
At http://celt.com you’ll find links to many great sites featuring Scottish history and books, online Scottish history courses, Scottish historical records where you can search over 275 million names and access other records, and many other Scottish-related sites.
If you love Celtic music you’ll find many things of interest at www.ceolas.org They have an starter guide for those who are just being introduced to Celtic music, an artists’ page where you can read the profiles of hundreds of musicians, a music regional guide to find local festivals and celebrations, reviews of Celtic music, information on Celtic instruments and much, much more.
Read about the Celtic history, their belief system, their practices and myths when you visit www.religioustolerance.org/druid.htm The page covers many religious aspects of Druidism, Gods and Goddesses, afterlife, baptism and their moral code. It explains Druid seasonal days and celebrations, symbols and their meanings, and modern aspects of the Druid world. It’s a great site with lots of info and little-known facts.
Get to know lots of Celtic words and phrases at a site called Celtic Art Culture. They also have plenty of Celtic images as well as a page that covers maps and time lines. Their “topics” features a catalog of Celtic art and cultures by students, Celtic burial grounds, Celtic crosses, and Irish monasteries. You’ll enjoy the site tremendously: www.unc.edu/celtic/
Visit the Celtic Café where you’ll find info on Celtic dancing, music, shows, books, instruments and much more. They have all the latest information about entertainment and the arts along with Celtic newsletters, magazines and groups. Visit the page at: www.celticcafe.com
Looking for Celtic gifts? You’ll find a gigantic collection of Irish, Scottish and Welsh gifts at www.celticattic.com where clothing, home decor, jewelry and bath sets are only some of the categories. Whatever you’re looking for, whether it be outdoor decor, music, wedding gifts or religious items, you’ll find it there. Join their newsletter and receive recipes, updates on Celtic travel and festivals, and everything else Celtic.
Visit the Celtic Digital Library for a unique experience of Celtic arts, history, mythology and culture. Www.celtdigital.org
Celtic articles, interviews, reviews, and music: www.celticmusic.com
Celtic study resources: www.digitalmedievalist.com
Pagan Wicca supplies: http://paganshopping.com
Purchase Irish dancing shoes: www.redheaddancer.com
Recipes for Pagan food and rituals: www.pagannews.com
Articles and info on Celtic weddings: www.bridesmaid-gifts.org or www.wedding-planner-net.com
Costumes: www.garbtheworld.com or www.celticcostumes.com
Party supplies: www.askginka.com/irish.htm or www.westportstyle.com/wedding-party-favors/10133.asp
Celtic and Viking home designs: www.celticvikingfurniture.com/gallery_tables.htm or www.celticliving.com,
Celtic calendar: www.livingmyths.com/Celticyear.htm
Celtic kids day camp: www.celticfestival.ca/
Celtic groups: www.yahoo.com
Celtic chat: www.celtictv.com/chat.htm