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DESCRIPTIONIt has long been held by most theologians, anthropologists, and other academicians that the world has never known pure Goddess-worship. In particular they deny that it ever existed in the British Isles. In fact, the exact reverse is true. For the vast majority of the islands’ history, the veneration of a female Supreme Being (Mother-Goddess) was the only religion known. Indeed, until the Early Neolithic Age (4,500 BCE) the concept of a male deity (Father-God) did not even exist in Europe.As award-winning author, religious scholar, and Southern historian Lochlainn Seabrook readily shows in his important work, The Book of Kelle, proof of Anglo-Celtic Goddess-worship is overwhelming and plentiful. The nations of Britain, Ireland, and Scotland themselves, for example, were all named after goddesses, as were many of their rivers, islands, towns, hills, and mountains. Reinforcing this evidence is the fact that many surrounding countries and regions also take their names from female deities. Among these we have Italy, Holland, Denmark, Crete, Malta, Albania, and Scandinavia, just to name a few. Europe herself is named after a goddess, as is our planet, and even our universe.While Mr. Seabrook touches on these various topics, the final focus of the book is on the Goddess Kelle, who gave her name to her most ardent followers: the Kelts or Celts. Known by poets as “the Blessed Lady of Ireland,” Kelle’s story is a rich and fascinating one; one that Seabrook traces back to early Asia, where she is still worshiped to this day as the Goddess Kali.Click on “Reviews 2” to see what people are saying about this book. And please leave a positive review on Amazon for us, thanks!DETAILSAUTHOR: Lochlainn SeabrookCONTENT: adult nonfictionSUBJECT: thealogy (female-based religion)ILLUSTRATED: yes (b/w)SIZE: 5.5” x 8.5”LENGTH: 156 pagesCOVER: paperback/perfect bound/gloss finishPUBLISHER: Sea Raven PressISBN: 978-0-9827700-1-6 (paperback)