About the AuthorMabh Savage lives in Yorkshire, England, and was raised by Wiccan parents who had a passion for Celtic history, both mythological and actual. She is now involved with several pagan groups and is exploring her heritage as a way to get closer to the world around her, and understand her ancestors more.
My Take on Celtic Witchcraft
Instead of stars, I try to find a photo that reflects how I feel about the book. I also have to find a photo royalty free too.
This book left me feeling refreshed rather like a spring shower. This short book is part of the very readable Pagan Portal, which is filled with bite-sized chunks of Pagan history and mythology. It's an easy read for the novice. Author Mabh Savage also includes ways to incorporate ancient practices into modern day life.
Savage introduces us to the idea that Wicca or being a witch is not a new thing. She also points out that not all things Celtic are necessarily Irish in origin due to the Celts being nomadic in nature. This book isn't necessarily for those who claim Celtic ancestry, but for anyone who is interested in learning more about the Celtic path.
The only drawback about the book is that it stops too soon. I'm sure it would be great for anyone who is curious about the subject. Two thumbs up or perhaps it should be two lady bugs and a spring shower.