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Suggested Reading

Ivory Vikings: The Mystery of the Most Famous Chessmen in the World and the Woman Who Made Them by Nancy Marie Brown

The Poems of Ossian (Forgotten Books) by James Macpherson

Soil and Soul: People versus Corporate Power by Alastair McIntosh

A Book of Death and Fish by Ian Stephen

Iona by Fiona MacLeod

In Search of the Awesome Mystery: Lore of Megalithic, Celtic and Christian Ireland by Seán Ó Duinn

Anam Cara: A Book of Celtic Wisdom by John O’Donohue

The Man Who Drew Triangles: Magician, Mystic, or Out of His Mind? by Haraldur Erlendsson

Poacher’s Pilgrimage: An Island Journey by Alastair McIntosh

Time Stands Still: New Light on Megalithic Science by Keith Critchlow

The Traveller’s Guide to Sacred Scotland: A Guide to the Legends, Lore and Landscape of Scotland’s Sacred Places by Marianna Lines

A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland Circa 1695: A Voyage to St .Kilda by Martin Martin

Fingal’s Cave, the Poems of Ossian, and Celtic Christianity by Paul and Joan Allen

We also would like to strongly recommend this lecture by Rudolf Steiner, given in Berlin in 1911 after a performance of Mendelssohn’s Hebridean Overture. It provides stunning insight into the spiritual history of this part of Scotland, and its unique role in preserving a living connection to higher worlds when the influence of Roman civilization was spreading up from the South.  The lecture can be heard HERE.

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