THE BOOK OF KELLE
AN INTRODUCTION TO GODDESS-WORSHIP & THE GREAT CELTIC MOTHER-GODDESS KELLE
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It has long been held by most theologians, anthropologists, and educators that the world has never experienced 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, from prehistoric times to around 7,000 years ago.
Indeed, the concept of a male deity (Father-God) did not arise in Europe until the Early Neolithic Age (4,500 BCE).
As award-winning author, scholar, and historian Colonel Lochlainn Seabrook readily shows in his brief but important academic 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.
After a preliminary examination of these topics, Col. Seabrook devotes the final section of his book to 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. The Book of Kelle is an
information packed introductory guide to thealogy (female religion), and in particular European Goddess-worship, that all those interested in spirituality will want on their shelf. Available in paperback and
hardcover. (All text copyright © Sea Raven Press)
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AUTHOR: Lochlainn Seabrook
CONTENT: adult nonfiction
SUBJECTS: thealogy (female-based religion), goddess-worship, matricentric spirituality, Old European religion, comparative religion and myth
ILLUSTRATED: yes (b/w)
SIZE: 5.5” x 8.5”
LENGTH: 150 pages
COVER: paperback/perfect bound/matte finish; hardcover/case laminate/matte finish
PUBLISHER: Sea Raven Press
ISBN: 978-0-9827700-1-6 (paperback)
ISBN: 978-1-955351-08-9 (hardcover)
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